Dining: Korean


Not all Korean barbecue restaurants are created equal. For those of us searching for superior meat plus charcoal, 678's meat is hard to

Café Todahmgol

Café Todahmgol is, in fact, a tavern of sorts, which is why smoking is permitted. People of all ages come here to eat, but mostly drink

Cho Dang Tofu

Although 88 Tofu House is hailed by many as the spot for soon dubu, Cho Dang Tofu's version of the Korean tofu stew served in a heated

Dan Moo Ji

Entering the colorful restaurant feels like you've accidentally stumbled into a teen girl's bedroom. The walls are covered with hearts,


Previously operated as a pop-up at Mother, Gaja is chef Allen Suh's Korean restaurant in East Atlanta Village. The menu, composed of it

Hae Woon Dae

Easy to miss in a drab strip mall just outside I-285, Hae Woon Dae serves some of Atlanta's most delicious and entertaining Korean cuis

Hanil Kwan

A sunny Korean restaurant with a la carte dining in the front room and charcoal Korean barbecue in the back room. Go for the barbecue.

Heirloom Market BBQ

With its subtle Korean influences, Heirloom Market consistently turns out some of the best and most unique barbecue in town. If you wan

Honey Pig

If you've never ventured into a Korean barbecue restaurant but have an inkling that tons of grilled meat cooked in front of you might b

Iron Age

Most of the cooking is done on a grooved and tilted cast-iron griddle. The main draw is the all-you-can-eat barbecue -- $14.99 buys you

Man Chun Hong

The Korean-Chinese menu remains, but try the request-only Szechuan menu. Besides the Husband and Wife Lung, there's Slobber Chicken, an

Myung Ga Won

Tucked away in a small strip mall just off I-85, Myung Ga Won's colorful -- and slightly retro -- facade looks more like a bowling alle

Simply Seoul Kitchen

The Ponce City Market stall from Holeman and Finch alumna and kimchi chef Hannah Chung serves steamed buns in flavors such as vegan mus

So Kong Dong

Forget one-dimensional soups when you are sick. Your body needs a jolt, and a bubbling pot of Korean tofu soup from this tofu house — t


The flagship of the SunO franchise, featuring Asian shaved ice desserts, crepes, frozen yogurt, iced and hot tea, and more.

Woo Nam Jeong

Also known as Stone Bowl House, this joint looks like your typical modern Korean restaurant –– floor-to-ceiling blonde wood and private

Yet Tuh

The name "Yet Tuh" roughly translates as "the place where something used to be." Hang-ho Lee still relies on contacts in Korea to ship