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Korean in Houston

  • Tofu Village
    9889 Bellaire Blvd. | Outer Loop - SW

    Tofu Village is not a place for vegetarians. The fiery Korean "soon tofu," or soft tofu soup that is a specialty here uses bland fresh tofu as a counterpoint to hot and spicy meats and seafoods in... More on Tofu Village »

  • Seoul House
    10603 Bellaire, Ste. B-107 | Outer Loop - SW

    Seoul House is the laid-back little brother of the huge cook-your-own-food Korean restaurants that populate Spring Branch and parts of Bellaire Chinatown. The bulgogi and galbi are as good as... More on Seoul House »

  • Seoul Garden Restaurant
    9446 Long Point | Outer Loop - NW

    Long popular with local Korean-Americans, Seoul Garden is more reminiscent of Kyoto than Korea, which helps to explain its wide range of Japanese fare. The shtick here is Korean barbecue; the meat... More on Seoul Garden Restaurant »

  • Nam Gang
    1411-A Gessner | Outer Loop - NW

    Korean-food neophytes might want to start with Nam Gang, a comfortable restaurant filled with Korean families eating at long wooden tables. A large portion of the menu is devoted to marinated... More on Nam Gang »

  • Bon Ga Korean Restaurant
    9861 Long Point Road | Outer Loop - NW

    Located on Long Point Road between Gessner and Blalock, Bon Ga is a favorite among local chefs, offering authentic, everyday Korean cuisine that can be ordered à la carte for one or eaten... More on Bon Ga Korean Restaurant »

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  • Arirang Korean Restaurant
    9715 Bellaire Blvd. | Outer Loop - SW

    Open until the wee hours, this outstanding Korean barbecue joint caters to lovers of grilled meats. The grills aren't lit during the daytime, but don't let that discourage you. The bento-box lunch... More on Arirang Korean Restaurant »

  • Korea Garden Restaurant
    1 review
    9501 Long Point | Outer Loop - NW

    Maybe it's the fun of cooking it yourself. Maybe it's the "eatertainment" value, as they say at Benihana. But there is no doubt that do-it-yourself barbecue is the thing to order at Korea Garden.... More on Korea Garden Restaurant »

  • Burger House
    395 W. Main St. | Clear Lake

    Our latest find in the bi-cultural burger department is the soy and teriyaki barbecue sauce-flavored "Bulgoki Burger" at the Korean-owned Burger House. Patrons describe the joint as the "poor... More on Burger House »

  • Jang Guem Tofu & BBQ House
    9896 Bellaire | Outer Loop - SW

    With a name like Tofu House, it's probably unnecessary to let you know that it is, in fact, vegetarian-friendly and Asian. Located in Sharpstown, this tofu house is right in the middle of an area... More on Jang Guem Tofu & BBQ House »

  • Dadami
    1927 N. Gessner Road | Outer Loop - NW

    Dadami bills itself as a Japanese restaurant, but it actually serves Korean-style sashimi called hwe. If you go at night, bring a large group -- you'll want to indulge in one of the multi-course... More on Dadami »

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