Visit these Korean Restaurants in Williamson County

Dex Walker

FRANKLIN, TN - Challenge your tastebud with these restaurants that serve authentic Korean cuisine around Williamson County. Order your favorite dishes and see which one from these Korean restaurants serves the best meals.

  • Funk Seoul Brother at the Company

230 Franklin Rd Ste 12S

Franklin, TN 37064

Funk Seoul Brother serves Korean and Japanese cuisine around the Franklin neighborhood. The restaurant offers wide varieties of noodles, rice bowls, and Korean-style sushi with favorite toppings such as beef, pork, cheese, seaweed, and veggies. Try Funk Seoul Brother's Smoked Brisket Yukgaejang noodle bowl which consists of Texas-style smoked brisket and topped with kimchi, bean sprouts, shiitake, and river cottage egg, served with spicy broth.

  • Madai Korean and Sushi

4932 Thoroughbred Ln

Brentwood, TN 37027

Madai Korean and Sushi is where you want to visit for original Japanese and Korean cuisine at affordable prices in Brentwood. The restaurant serves selections of Korean bulgogi, Kimchi soup, Rice cakes, and Kimbap, starting from $8. Have a plate of Madai's signature Korean Chirashi, which consists of mixed sashimi, topped with lettuce and rice and Seoul-style bulgogi.

  • Korea BBQ and Sushi

6688 Nolensville Rd Ste102

Brentwood, TN 37027

Korea BBQ and Sushi serves Asian fusion dining varies from Japanese to Korean cuisine around Brentwood. The restaurant offers selections of noodles, tempura, and signature rolls. Customers can chill in the restaurant's warm and cozy atmosphere with a plate of Beef Bulgogi grill serves in specialty sauce or have a hearty bowl of Pork Kimchi Soup to match the rice bowl dish.

  • Soy Bistro

5008 Maryland Way

Brentwood, TN 37027

Soy Bistro serves Korean grills and BBQ in the Brentwood neighborhood that suits your Asian tastebuds. The restaurant serves Korean fusion dining with a twist of Southern cuisine. Customers can try Soy Bistro's Korean Taco, which consists of protein of choices (shrimp, chicken, beef), topped with spicy slaw, and hot sauce, or have a bowl of its signature Bibimbap.

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