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  • 1265 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago 60622 41.904834 -87.668557
  • (Btwn N Paulina St & Ashland Ave)
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  • (773) 252-2020
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 4_5
Service 4_5 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(773) 252-2020
Visa, MC, Disc
Mon-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11am-11:30pm Sun: 12pm-11pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Good for Groups, Kid Friendly, Late Night, Lunch Special, Outdoor Seating, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Tozi

    Posted by clara burnett on 2012-09-25

    Excellent Korean BBQ Restaurant!

    The overall experience of food, service, and atmosphere was great. I would recommend it. Actually I hope to plan a party there next year. The manager was great and so helpful!

  • Tozi

    Posted by John on 2012-08-06

    Better than what I've read

    Tozi still needs work but it's improving to be better at it and I can see that. Manager remembers who you are and even what he had last time, what a memory is what i can say. It's a great place and has great food, parking space, i cannot ask for any more

  • Tozi

    Posted by Bananas Foster on 2012-06-19

    What a great find!

    My friends and I picked this place because we wanted to try a new Korean restaurant. If you blink, you'll miss the restaurant because it's a little nondescript on the outside. Inside was very spacious. The food was good for the price and there was a good

  • Tozi

    Posted by Christine on 2012-02-27

    Fantastic, Friendly and Fun

    This place is pretty new as of January. I've been back again since and the service continues to be the best. So friendly and attentive. the food is fast, fresh and delicious. We ordered the meal for 2 that comes with rice, soup, and about 10 small dishes

  • Tozi

    Posted by annoyedgook on 2012-01-16


    First of all, it was freezing through the entire meal. I mean, freezing. The beef tasted a little old. I ordered bibimbop with an extra egg. When it was brought out, there was only one egg, not two. The waitress said, "no, there's two." Ummm, no. W

  • Tozi

    Posted by Henry P on 2011-12-27

    What a find! and what service!

    we were walking by the place accidentally on our way to drop off some stuff at the goodwill place around the corner. We saw Korean restaurant and as we live on division and are addicted to Bulgogi, Kimchee and other traditional fare, we had to try it.

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