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
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.
This small and modern spot serves up creative Chicago-Italian fare, creative cocktails and seasonal specialties. It is located in the adorable downtown Arlington Heights neighborhood.