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Triple B Fresh is a cute Korean eatery that is known for their vegetarian options. A favorite of locals around Dupont Circle, you can choose your own ingredients to make everything including bibimbap (a mixed rice dish), wraps, bowls, and kimbap (vegetables and other ingredients rolled in rice and seaweed). In addition, there are plenty of unique vegetable sides to choose from, so you can take your pick of their tangy spicy cucumbers, shiitake mushrooms, or kim chi. A casual and cheerful atmosphere, complete with bright lights and sleek wooden floors, Triple B Fresh is the ideal place for a nice lunch or dinner with friends and family.
A pioneer in bringing bibimbap and bulgogi to Washington DC, Mandu is a welcome treat to Korean food lovers who had to travel all the way to the suburbs to get a taste of their beloved grub. Yesoon Lee and her children, along with their uncle set out on this venture and patrons sure are satisfied with the family's venture. The food here is tailored to suit the western tastes and appetite. The shrimp dumplings are an all-time favorite; make sure you order them before they vanish.
With over 70,000 songs to choose from, your friends are going to make you sing at least one song. Luckily, for karaoke lovers who don't particularly love singing in front of crowds, Muzette Karaoke & Restaurant has small party rooms you can rent to hide away from the crowds while screaming your rendition of "Don't Stop Believing." In addition to this excellent feature, you can also order tons of delicious Korean food to enjoy while you laugh at your friends dancing around while they sing.
The Adams Morgan neighborhood is home to contemporary and authentic Korean cuisine because of BUL. BUL means 'fire' in Korean, and it is touted to be Washington, DC's foremost pojangmacha. Enjoy the flavors of tantalizing fire-grilled skewers and classic dishes of Busan Odeng Tang (BUL's hangover cure), K-Pork Fried Rice, Pork Belly Ssam and Trio Kimchi. The soju, sake, makkulli and beer complete the whole experience of Korean dining.
Aptly named Kochix, this restaurant served delicious chicken wings cooked Korean Style. Definitely order the house speciality as it would be nothing less than a sin to leave the restaurant without trying the dish it’s named after. You can also order a combo meal and relish drums along with the chicken wings. Other favorites at this restaurant include the vegetarian Bibimbap and Bulgogi Bap. If you are looking for a great Korean meal without feeling the pinch, Kochix is the place you should be headed.
Bonchon brings the authenticity of traditional Korean cuisine to American shores. Best known for their succulent chicken dishes your experience at this restaurant is guaranteed to be an exciting and memorable one. The teasing aroma of freshly cooked chicken makes the wait for your order to arrive seem excruciatingly long, even though it barely takes much time. Prepared using the freshest ingredients and innovative recipes, the food here is packed with flavor lingers on your palate long after you have finished your meal. From the House Fried Rice to the Bulgogi each dish on the menu captures the essence of the Korean culinary culture while also catering to the taste of the modern crowd. If you aren't impressed with what the menu has to offer, you could try the special Bonchon Chicken, wherein you choose the piece, marinade and sauce to suit your taste.
TaKorean gives an interesting twist to quintessential Korean food. Here patrons can enjoy Steaks, chicken, pork and tofu over the base of a corn tortilla with slaws like Kimchi and Spiced Kale. Season your dish with some Sriracha Sauce and Sesame Seeds and you have got yourself a delectable treat. In addition to the taco, these dishes are also served with bases like Slaw Bowl, Rice Bowl and both. Bottled drinks, draft beer, Sake and Soju perfectly quench your thirst. And seasonal desserts give an ideal finish to the fare. They have plenty of seating spaces and the place is absolutely child-friendly.
This friendly and healthy restaurant offers Korean fare, and more, with flair. The interior is simply appointed with white walls and pop art. The bi bim bahp, shredded, marinated veggies served over steamed rice with spicy bean paste, is not to be passed up. There is also jahp chae, clear noodles and rice, Korean short ribs, teriyaki fish, focaccia sandwiches, salads and even burgers to choose from. The espresso drinks of Mark's Kitchen are delicious, as are the teas. For the adventuresome, try the radish vegetable juice from the juice bar.