Her Name Is Han
Time Out says
Kihyun Lee named the sister restaurant to Take 31 after his mother, and the inspiration at this self-styled Korean soul food spot is home cooking. Small plates include an innovative take on dukbokki—the chewy rice cakes are topped with slices of grilled kabocha squash and strewn with shishitos—and japchae noodles with garlicky short-neck clams. Larger dishes include slow-cooked pork belly served with kimchi, berry wine sauce and the unctuous deep-fried pork shoulder, as well as a lovely spicy seafood stew with beef dumplings.