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Korea Restaurant
Korean Restaurant$$
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211 Beacon St SE Minneapolis, MN 55414
211 Beacon Street SoutheastUSMinnesotaMinneapolis55414
(612) 746-0559
$$Korean RestaurantToday Closed
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday Closed
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Petite counter-serve spot offering traditional Korean BBQ meat plates & sides in spartan surrounds.- Google
"Delicious, authentic Korean food."
"Tofu house is decent but limited."
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Lisa Oldakowski
6 months ago
I had my first experience here today, and was very impressed with the side dishes, tofu soup, and beef bulgogi for sure! The $7 lunch special is a great deal. I also sampled the dol sot bi bim bop, and while the meat and veggies were definitely fresh, the sauce wasn't quite as good as I've had at other restaurants. I'd definitely go back when I get a craving for authentic Korean!
Kory Iverson
7 months ago
Soon tofu soup and either the beef or pork bulgogi will feed two people and leave you feeling full and satisfied. Their lunch special is good for the price and portion size. Small place, but do not feel overwhelmed, you can sit with strangers if you need a spot. We take our kids there during the lunch rush and we always find a spot to sit.
박종희
a week ago
It is real korean foods. So delicious.
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Lunay LeZarde
a year ago
Took my wife here for her birthday and sat down to mandu and dwaeji bulgogi. Great flavor, generous servings, and while the kimchi tastes like it's missing something, the rest of the sides are well-made and would fit any of the menu choices. We especially liked how the bulgogi is served on the same cast iron griddle it was cooked on. This is one place where we will definitely be repeat customers. I highly recommend it.
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Jason Ryu
6 months ago
This is by far best korean restaurant in the twin cities area. Side dishes are amazing, their food is very authentic. I understand that certain dishes aren't quite up to par (e.g. jajangmyun) but there isn't any other 'korean' restaurant that can make those dishes around here anyways. I'm not sure what some of these reviewers are talking about. I was BORN AND RAISED in Korea, I'm pretty sure what 'authentic korean food' tastes like. I can say this is as close to authentic as you will get around this area. Otherwise just go to Chicago or fly to Incheon.
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Blaine Mitchell
6 months ago
Very good food! I have eaten here a few times and the food is always good and the sides are fantastic. Side note: The place can be cold during the winter so get something hot or dress for the weather.
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ug mo
7 months ago
Place looks a lil sketchy but it's great! Lunch special is where it's at
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Karen Wang
a year ago
Ordered the galbi (#5) and liked the marinade, but the meat was a bit tough. Still good though. Comes with a bowl of rice and five sides (bean sprouts, tofu strips, marinated potato, pickled seaweed, kimchee), all of which I enjoyed, except the kimchee which I didn't try because I can't handle spice. XD When you walk in, you have to go to the back of the store to order (the menu is on the wall behind you when you face the cash register). Then you snag a table while you wait for them to make your food. When your food is ready you hear a chime, and your number is displayed on the wall. When you're finished, you bring your tray back to the front and put it on a shelf.
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