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Restaurant Review: This May Be the Best Beef at Any Korean BBQ in New York

Restaurant Review: This May Be the Best Beef at Any Korean BBQ in New York

At Cote, beef is cooked over a gas yakiniku grill from Japan that emits almost no smoke.
Restaurant Review: Instant Korean Ramen, Made the Hard Way

Restaurant Review: Instant Korean Ramen, Made the Hard Way

The gochu ramen pays homage to the many varieties of spicy instant ramyun that are popular in South Korea.
Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

It is snow crab season in South Korea, but many foreign visitors to the Olympics have seemed to be skipping such culinary specialties.
Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

It is snow crab season in South Korea, but many foreign visitors to the Olympics have seemed to be skipping such culinary specialties.
Hungry City: At Ejen in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, a Mother’s Touch Infuses the Menu

Hungry City: At Ejen in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, a Mother’s Touch Infuses the Menu

Don and Sue Lee were living happily in retirement in a suburb of Los Angeles when their daughter asked them to move across the country and open a Korean food stand in her new hometown. They said yes.
Critic’s Notebook: Why David Chang Matters

Critic’s Notebook: Why David Chang Matters

The restaurateur David Chang at Momofuku Ko, in New York.
Restaurant Review: At Atomix, a Korean Restaurant Overflowing With Ideas

Restaurant Review: At Atomix, a Korean Restaurant Overflowing With Ideas

The dining room at Atomix, with its straight lines and natural materials, recalls Korea’s Zen tradition.
Baroo Has Closed, but Leaves a Rare Culinary Legacy in Los Angeles

Baroo Has Closed, but Leaves a Rare Culinary Legacy in Los Angeles

Baroo, in a Hollywood strip mall, had lines out the door for its technically ambitious and affordable food.
Baroo Has Closed, but Leaves a Rare Culinary Legacy in Los Angeles

Baroo Has Closed, but Leaves a Rare Culinary Legacy in Los Angeles

Baroo, in a Hollywood strip mall, had lines out the door for its technically ambitious and affordable food.
Restaurant Review: Hwaban Is the Modern Korean Restaurant Where You’d Take Your Mother

Restaurant Review: Hwaban Is the Modern Korean Restaurant Where You’d Take Your Mother

Lotus roots and microgreens are dressed in a “five-flavor-fruit” vinaigrette.
Critic’s Notebook: The Old-School Reasons to Love Los Angeles Restaurants

Critic’s Notebook: The Old-School Reasons to Love Los Angeles Restaurants

The rich culinary history of Los Angeles is best told by its stalwart restaurants, from burger joints and diners to taco stands like King Taco, a California chain founded in 1974.
Hungry City: Korean Bounty, Born From Poverty, in Flushing, Queens

Hungry City: Korean Bounty, Born From Poverty, in Flushing, Queens

At Doraon 1.5 Dak Galbi, the specialty, a spicy chicken stir-fry from Chuncheon, South Korea, is cooked at your table.
Restaurant Review: With Haenyeo, a Trailblazing Korean Chef Turns to Seafood

Restaurant Review: With Haenyeo, a Trailblazing Korean Chef Turns to Seafood

Jenny Kwak has been turning New Yorkers on to Korean food for 25 years.