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Five great places for Korean in Houston

Jason Martinez


HOUSTON — Binge-watching K-Dramas can be emotionally exhausting. Fortunately, we have compiled a Yelp list of the top five Korean restaurants in Houston to cheer you up. Watch out! This list will make you drool.

1. Bon Galbi

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According to the restaurant: “Now We Open ALL day”. They are now ready to serve you every day from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Bon Galbi is located inside the suite New Katy Asia Plaza at 23119 Colonial Parkway. Most customers who went here enjoyed their food as well as the ambiance of the restaurant. Reviewers on Yelp commented they liked their Galbi Tang. It is one of the most recommended dishes to order.

2. Korea Garden Restaurant

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Located at 9501 Long Point Rd., Korea Garden Restaurant open for dine-in starting from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. The Korean pancake is a hit there, and a lot of customers claimed to enjoy it. When you go there, don’t forget to try the pancake and taste it for yourself.

3. Myung Dong

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Located at 6415 Bissonnet St., they are open every Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Myung Dong is a family-owned restaurant that serves authentic Korean dishes. Reviewers on Yelp recommend the seafood pancake.

4. Manna Noodle House

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Open on Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Manna Noodle House is located at 9887 Long Point Rd. The restaurant serves the best Kimchi, as claimed by many Yelp reviewers. Their jjampong is also one of the best in Houston.

5. Tree Garden Korean Restaurant

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Located at 9504 Long Point Rd., customers can order some bottles of soju to accompany their food. Reviewers on Yelp recommend this place for its friendly staff members, delicious food, and the amazing dining experience they provide.

Tae Eul doesn't end up as the queen of Korea, and it's a tough pill to swallow. You might need a plate of tteokbokki, a bowl of ramyeon, and a mountain of dakgalbi to help with that. Well, now you know where to go.

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