Cantonese-Mandarin Chinatown restaurant.
Japanese-Korean-run barbecue where the panchan are little milder, the beef is a little leaner, and the whole experience is a little more refined than at your typical kalbi place.
Chicago's oldest Korean restaurant, still venerated for its buckwheat noodles and "stone pan cooking."
Authentic Korean down to the reputed health foods.
Quick-serve restaurant offering Korean-style fried chicken, plus bi bim bop, mandoo, salads, sandwiches, and Korean "burritos."
Quick-service restaurant serving Koji BBQ-inspired Korean tacos and Korean BBQ "banh mi."
New Japanese-Korean restaurant from the people formerly behind Andersonville's Hama Matsu. One specialty of the house is rolls custom-made to the tastes of the customer.
Chinese-Korean joint known for its Hot and Saucy Chicken Wings.
Simple Japanese and Korean food in Andersonville.
Niced-up starter Korean food in a stylish setting.
Authentic Korean, including a number of relatively obscure items. Closed the last Sunday of every month.
Lakeview Chinese restaurant offering a few Chinese-Korean dishes tweaked to suit the neighborhood.
Ruler of the roost for after-hours Korean.
Albany Park taqueria that offers a few Mexican-Korean fusions like kimchi tacos.
Korean restaurant with tabletop grilling, a large sake list, and specialty cocktails.
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