Review excerpt: The kimchi at Kimchi no Mizuno is a family recipe that came from South Korea and has been handed down through generations.

The core of Ponga's menu is made up of an extensive selection of beef and pork cuts, several of them rarely found in standard yakiniku restaurants. But Ponga also prides itself on a wider-than-usual selection of vegetable dishes on its menu. You can order ...

Such a tranquil, atmospheric setting calls for food and drink to match. Bissori doesn't disappoint. It serves Korean cuisine -- not brash barbecues of yakiniku or dainty up-market dishes but straightforward home cooking with a light, healthy focus.

Sonamu's main claim to fame is the nourishing country-style hot pot known as kamjatang. Although this translates literally as "potato soup," this is only a partial description, since it fails to mention the most obvious ingredient -- the generous pile of pork backbones that ...

Much more than just an eating place, Saikabo serves as an unofficial kimchi cultural center. It has a street-level retail store, where you can pick up half a dozen different kinds of kimchi as well as other staples brought in from South Korea.

Most people start by ordering up a couple of beers and some snacks to go with them. The house specials include: negi chijimi, a flat, round pancake as wide as a manhole cover; donguri "konnyaku," cubes of a curious gray jelly apparently made of ...

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