“Hang Ari Korean Noodle.” 항아리바지락칼국수
Korean eatery specializing in handmade noodles with clams.
Korean-run Slurpin’ Ramen Bar at the Oxford Center Plaza…
Menu includes vegan / vegetarian noodles and tsukemen (dipping ramen).
A small Japanese eatery located just south of Koreatown proper, in the area formally designated by the city as Harvard Heights. Serves cook-to-order teriyaki, curry dishes, ramen, karaage, tonkatsu…
Korean-run Japanese restaurant
KangNam was opened by Chef Sang-Hun Lee in the early 1980s. The restaurant serves Korean-style barbecue, eundaegu-jorim, Japanese dishes and raw fish. Galbijjim (beef rib stew), Haemul Jeongol (seafood vegetable stew), Bulgogi (marinated beef), Dweji Bulgogi (spicy marinated pork), Eundaegu Jorim (spicy black cod in a seafood vegetable reduction)… Samgyetang (whole-chicken soup with ginseng) $12.99 plus tax. Takeout ok. * Has a sushi patio. Open seven days a week, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm.
Opened in May 2017 on the ground floor of Western Village Square, on the southwest corner of Third Avenue and Western Avenue.
Yoocheon is Korean restaurant whose specialty is chik naeng-myeon (cold noodles with the main ingredient being arrowroot, not the usual buckwheat).
Nak Won House is a Korean restaurant known for being open 24 hours everyday. It is right next to Hodori, a similar eatery also open 24 hours. The Next Iron Chef (Food Network) filmed at Nakwon for Season 2’s Episode 3, which first aired on October 18, 2009. The Korean dish featured was DolSot Bibimbap, and had Nate Appleman (Executive Chef and partner, Pulino’s Bar and Pizzeria, New York City) and Seamus Mullen (Executive Chef and partner, Boqueria Flatiron and Boqueria Soho, New York City) competing. Appleman won. BREAKFAST SPECIALS as of January 2013 From 6:00 to 11:00 AM, $4.99 Seolleongtang, Haejangguk, Ddeok-mandu-guk LUNCH SPECIALS, 11 AM – 3 PM, $5.99 Dwenjang-jjigae, Mul Naengmyeon, Ddeokbbokki, Soon-dubu, Ddeok-mandu, Curry Rice 10% […]