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5 Best Korean Restaurants In Dallas You Must Check Out This Summer

Asmita Karanje

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Korean culture's becoming an international sensation. Be it K-pop stars jamming over Spotify or K-dramas possessing nearly every laptop and TV screen accessible by teenagers. Certainly an exciting phenomenon, but we're here to talk about food. Korean cuisine's a marvel to behold, and we're just glad it's finally getting all the deserved love and attention.

From sensational barbecues and fried chicken to spicy kimchi, there's a lot to explore for newcomers. Korean cuisine has a lot of variety, which means there's always something for everyone. People usually end up getting indecisive when picking a restaurant. And not all restaurants offer authentic, tasty Korean cuisine.

Luckily for you, we've made a list! Read on, and you'll find our top 5 picks for the best Korean restaurants in Dallas. Best of luck, and happy hunting!

Bop Joa

Bop Joa is a restaurant dedicated to offering a fusion of traditional Korean and American culinary styles. If you're new to Korean food and overall hesitant, this is the place to be. The food's excellent, and it'll still feel familiar to many Americans.

  • Operational hours: Monday to Thursday - 11:00 - 21:30

Friday to Sunday - 11:00 - 22:00

  • Price: $$
  • Website: http://bopjoa.com/
  • Bar: No
  • Customer review:

"Easy in and out, order ahead or eat in, good food for any time."

Paul's Kitchen NAMOO (NAMOO NRH)

Paul's Kitchen offers a more straightforward form of Korean cuisine. While it's every bit as authentic, this isn't the place to go for wild barbecues and the like. Instead, Paul's offers delicious, choice food in the form of Korean bowls.

  • Operational hours: Monday to Saturday - 11:00 - 20:30
  • Price: $
  • Website: http://paulskitchennamoonamoonrh.com/
  • Bar: No
  • Customer review:

"My co-workers and I ordered takeout, and it looked just like the pictures. Great quality, large quantities, and very tasty!"

Sam Won Garden Restaurant

Sam Won is an unabashedly Korean restaurant. It proudly offers specialties such as Korean barbecue, seafood, kimchi, and other such delicacies. This is the place to go if you want to dive headfirst into Korean cuisine.

  • Operational hours: Weekdays and weekends - 11:00 - 21:00
  • Price: $$
  • Website: None
  • Bar: No
  • Customer review:

"The Korean food here is legit! I love the sides they bring out, with the cucumber kimchi being my favorite!"

Burning Rice

A big part of the Korean culinary culture focuses on healthy recipes that utilize nutritious food items. So if you are a health-conscious and Korean food lover, Burning rice is just the perfect spot for you. This Korean restaurant offers hot bowl cuisine, with health and deliciousness being at the forefront.

  • Operational hours: Weekdays and weekends - 11:00 - 20:30
  • Price: $
  • Website: http://burningrice.com/
  • Bar: No
  • Customer review:

"Sizzling hot and delicious. The universal comfort of rice, fresh veg, and yummy add ons."

Bbbop Seoul Kitchen (Ghost Kitchen)

Seoul Kitchen is yet another fusion restaurant incorporating Korean and Mexican cultures into an incredibly unique and affordable culinary experience. You can make your rice bowls and spicy, spicy tacos; it's worth every cent of the visit.

  • Operational hours: Weekdays and weekends - 11:00 - 21:00
  • Price: $
  • Website: http://bbbop.com/
  • Bar: No
  • Customer review:

"I love the way they cook, and the bowl can't be beaten."

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