Chefs make their own buckwheat noodles and douse charcoal-barbecued meats—including beef brisket and prime beef—with signature sauces
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The menu includes kimchi stew with pork and tofu ($10.95), octopus stir-fried with vegetables in a spicy sauce ($14.95), and beef brisket ($16.95).
At Solga Restaurant, guests finish barbecuing their short ribs, pork belly, and brisket in tableside charcoal pots, as chronicled in a feature by the Chicago Reader. But chefs do their fair share, too. They sear Atlantic king salmon and octopus atop the kitchen's grills and they heap steamed white rice into warm stoneware bowls before topping it with vegetables and dollops of red-chili paste. For noodle dishes, the chefs stir handmade wheat flour noodles into steaming or refreshingly cool broths.