Korean restaurant specializing in fish, uni, live octopus, shrimp, and other seafood. Specialty is raw fish and agwi-jjim, a monkfish dish thought to have been created in the former city of Masan in the 1960s. Also serves 미더덕찜 (midodok-jjim) whose main ingredient is stalked sea-squirts from Korea.
Korean food stall serving noodles and soups. aka An Dong Kook Salad aka Andong Gooksi aka Andong Gook Shi aka Andong Gukshi 안동국시 Located in the food court of City Center on 6th & Alexandria.
* Replaced Mahnduk’s Korean restaurant in June 2013. Dajeong is a small Korean eatery specializing in Jeon, such as the $6.99 nokdu-jeon. Kimchi stew, Squid stew, Boiled Mandoo, Squid over rice, Pork Bulgogi… Health rating: B Open seven days a week, 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
Part of the small food court of the newer Koreatown Galleria on Vermont Avenue. Serves Korean food like spicy tofu soup.
KogiKing BBQ is a $17.99 all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant that opened in the former space of LaOn and Don Dae Gam in mid-2012. Gamjatang is part of the AYCE menu. Open only for dinner, not lunch. Seven days a week.
Mansu (Man-su, Mansoo) Korean barbecue restaurant. Open seven days a week, 11:30 am – 8:30 pm.
Inside the food court of Koreatown Plaza. Specialties: naengmyeon (“cold noodles”), kalguksu (“knife noodles”), kong-guksu (noodles in soymilk)