Baked potato bread; warm, creamy blood sausage custard; Korean ssam piled with country ham—Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark's highly personal Korean-American restaurant is one of the most creative places in town. But it's not just the food that makes Parachute special—there's an interesting and well-edited beverage list, affordable prices and an utter lack of pretension that makes dining here comfortable.
If you're suffering from a bad case of kimchi cravings, there's only one cure: Head to the best Korean restaurants in Chicago for a fix. The city offers a vast selection of Korean fare, including lip-smacking barbecue, colorful bowls of bibimbap and some of the best fried chicken in Chicago. This list includes a mix of old-school stalwarts and new fusion spots that are challenging our ideas on traditional Korean cuisine. Chicago has plenty of options, so whether you're looking in Pilsen, Avondale or Lincoln Square, there's bound to be a Korean restaurant in Chicago for you.
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