15 "Korean" Restaurants in Chicago.
Exceptional and impressive. That’s what comes to mind when describing the Korean-American food at Parachute.
Passerotto is a great neighborhood restaurant in Andersonville serving Korean food with some Italian influences.
Crisp is one of Chicago’s best wing spots, and it’s all about the Seoul Sassy jumbo wings here. Get them delivered or pop in for a quick bite.
Smalls is literally a shack. But it’s a shack with great American BBQ and Asian combinations, plus some of the best fried chicken in town.
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.
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.
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.
The best duos are those that surprise you. Welcome to a world of Korean BBQ tacos and poutine fries with kimchi.
bopNgrill is a cheap and quick eats Korean-American fusion spot. We’ve turned it into a new dance move.
How far would you go for good Korean barbecue in Chicago? Gogi will help you answer that question.
Landbirds is a casual BYOB spot in Logan Square serving great Korean chicken wings.