Cho Dang Gol has been around for a few decades now, and they still give you a little bowl of their famous housemade tofu along with the rest of their banchan to start your meal. They make great versions of any Korean classic you might be looking for, including pork belly, bibimbap, kimchi stew, and fried chicken. Expect a wait, and bring a group so you can split a bunch of things.
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