You’ll notice the prices for basic Korean classics at this West Loop spot—deep-fried mandoo dumplings; rice cake in red-pepper sauce (duk boki)—are a bit steeper than you’d find up around “K Town.” But in this virtual Korean-food desert, we take what we can get. The best value might be the $8.99 lunch buffet, and bibimbap is a house special, but take a cue from the handful of post-work Korean-Americans pairing their beer with spicy beef-broth kimchi casseroles.
|Venue name:||Korean Seoulfood Café (CLOSED)||Contact:|
560 W Van Buren St
|Cross street:||at Clinton St|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner (closed Sun)|
|Transport:||El stop: Blue to Clinton. Bus: 7, 38, 60, 125, 126, 157.|
|Price:||Average main course: $13|
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