Ttowa means “come again” in Korean and you will for this traditional Korean cuisine with a modern twist. Bulgogi beef, crispy marinated pork belly, rice bowls, dumplings and a range of spicy flavors await you in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The friendly, helpful service makes this a great place for first-timers to Korean cuisine
Ahjoomah’s Apron offers an authentic Korean menu in a sleek, modern environment. Enjoy delicious Korean dishes and a wide selection of small plates. A huge bang for your buck, excellent price points. Fun, great for groups as well as people who are new to Korean food. BYOB.
Crisp specializes in Korean fried chicken and their signature Buddha bowls. Along with a lively atmosphere, they also offer Korean burritos and kimchee.
A Korean counter service restaurant featuring classic Korean dishes, along with tacos and fusion snacks. En Hakkore is nestled in the Wicker Park neighborhood.
One of the only in Chicago, Gogi serves up Korean BBQ cooked right at your own table on authentic charcoal grills. Bring your friends to enjoy grilled meats, savory pancakes, and array of banchan and more.
A modern Korean restaurant that has incorporated Western palates and flavors into their routine. The dining room features a minimalist ambience.
A popular pan-Asian chain, Joy Yee offers large portions with a hip presentation. Do not forget Bubble Tea.
Mitsuwa Marketplace Chicago was established in 1991, in Arlington Heights, a suburb of Chicago. To this date, Mitsuwa is the largest Japanese grocery store in the Midwest and also known as "The Mall of Japan". Open 365 days a year! This allows them to serve everyone who is interested in high quality Japanese grocery.
A casual Korean restaurant that offers traditional Korean cuisine.