18 "Korean" Restaurants in Chicago.
Landbirds is a casual BYOB spot in Logan Square serving great Korean chicken wings.
Great Sea is a Chinese restaurant in Albany Park with excellent chicken wings.
Perilla is an upbeat Korean restaurant in the West Loop with great small plates.
Budacki’s is a hot dog stand in Ravenswood that also serves Crisp’s korean chicken wings.
Kimski is a Korean-Polish bar part of Maria’s Community Tavern in Bridgeport, and it’s an excellent spot for a casual hang over food and drinks.
bopNgrill is a cheap and quick eats Korean-American fusion spot. We’ve turned it into a new dance move.
Cho Sun Ok is a long-standing Korean restaurant. The food is great, but the ambience is even better. A BYOB policy doesn’t hurt.
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En Hakkore is a quick, casual, and fresh twist on Korean food. The healthier bibimbap or sashimi-bap might make you a regular, but the paratha tacos will tempt you all the time.