Category Archives: Korean

K Cuisine

4688 Convoy St., yelp reviews K Cuisine is a small new Korean place, sharing a crowded parking lot with China Max. The decor is relaxed, entirely unpretentious, and the menu is very much standard Korean diner food, like quite a … Continue reading

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Myung In Dumplings

4344 Convoy St., yelp reviews I’m a bit confused about Myung In Dumplings: it seems to be a Korean-Chinese place, by which I mean a Chinese place as it would appear in Korea. Mostly dumplings served in a kind of … Continue reading

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Convoy Tofu House

4229 Convoy St., yelp reviews Convoy Tofu House is one of the better Korean diners on the street.  It’s a medium-sized no-nonsense kinda place, with the usual K-Pop playing on the TV monitors. The banchan – all the little pre-meal … Continue reading

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Chon Ju Jip

4373 Convoy St., yelp reviews Chon Ju Jip is just the kind of restaurant that the Great Convoy Recon is all about: good cheap food, zero pretension.  It’s almost my least favorite word, but this place feels “authentic.”  The decor … Continue reading

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DduriBa

4425 Convoy St., yelp reviews DduriBa is a new  medium-sized Korean place with a simple decor and the ubiquitous K-Pop video loop playing on screens across one wall.  And while 1) this review should be about food and 2) I’m … Continue reading

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Grandma Tofu and Korean BBQ

4425 Convoy St., yelp reviews Grandma Tofu is a medium-sized Korean diner with comfy booths, very friendly waitstaff, and a name that’s hard to refuse.  The prices are reasonable – everything we ordered fell into the $9-12 range. So, first … Continue reading

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Maru Lounge

CLOSED! 4681 Convoy St., yelp reviews Well, I have my suspicions that Maru was having an off night.  There was one friendly but hugely overworked waiter, and I infer, only one cook juggling deep fryers in the back.  The food … Continue reading

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