Counter-service storefront offering extremely cheap Japanese and Korean dishes.
American grill classics plus Korean standards like bi bim bop in the shadow of the el tracks.
Quick-service spot serving fusion burgers and sides like kimchi fries.
Chicago's oldest Korean restaurant, still venerated for its buckwheat noodles and "stone pan cooking."
Japanese spot specializes in sushi and teriyaki bowls for carry-out and delivery.
Quick-service restaurant serving Koji BBQ-inspired Korean tacos and Korean BBQ "banh mi."
Starter-kit Korean, Chinatown's sole option for the cuisine.
Korean food in Hyde Park.
Cantonese-Mandarin Chinatown restaurant.
Chinese-Korean restaurant offering authentic versions of Korean mainstays and Korean-influenced Chinese cuisines.
First local location of an Asian megachain offering fried chicken and pizza with Korean twists.
Huge Korean grocery store with a self-serve bar of panchan and a "Snack Corner" dishing out soups, stir-fries, dumplings, fried chicken wings, and rice dishes.
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.
Glenview mom-and-pop beloved for its soups and tofu stew.
Japanese-Korean restaurant serving the standard rolls and nigiri but also noodles, hot pots, and Korean classics like squid with hot paste and kimchi.
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