The Press Box: Old Village Korean Bistro
The experience matters almost as much as the food at Old Village Korean Bistro. Each table features a charcoal-fueled grill, which diners use to sear their own beef short ribs, calamari, and assorted mushrooms. Read on to learn more about this popular spot for interactive dining:
”While there’s a fairly comprehensive Korean menu, this restaurant at the north edge of Seattle is one of the most popular for grill-your-own Korean BBQ, notable for its use of charcoal, which infuses the food with extra smoky flavor.” — Eater Seattle
“Most Korean BBQ spots have switched to electric, but Old Village’s dark booths deliver genuine authenticity, thanks to the old-school charcoal grills for browning the raw bits of bulgogi, marinated beef and pork, that servers slice up (with scissors!) at the table.” — Seattle Met
“I was blown away by the barbecue pork, marinated in chili sauce, sugar and salt; it sizzled and produced enough drippings to send flames up from the charcoal.” — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
“With rough wooden tables and really nice staff, this room is like an old-fashioned roadside inn beside the maniacal Aurora traffic.” — The Stranger
Fill up on fare from The Grill King Korean Cuisine and BBQ in Shoreline and be sure to satisfy your stomach.
Health nuts will be pleased with the menu at The Grill King Korean Cuisine and BBQ, which includes a number of fresh, nutritious items.
Gather the whole family for a trip to this restaurant — everyone will find something to like (even the pickiest little eater) on the menu here.
Catering makes it easier to organize any event, and The Grill King Korean Cuisine and BBQ will ensure that it is delicious.
Meeting the gang for a movie? Pick up some food from this restaurant.
Drivers will embrace the parking lot located next door to The Grill King Korean Cuisine and BBQ.
Menu items at The Grill King Korean Cuisine and BBQ tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
Head to Nara Chinese Restaurant in Shoreline and take a culinary trip to the Far East, where fine Chinese cuisine is readily available.
Enjoy a low-fat or gluten-free meal at Nara Chinese Restaurant, a local favorite.
This restaurant also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question.
The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at this restaurant won't cost you a sitter.
Slip into something more comfortable before dining at Nara Chinese Restaurant, where dress code calls for business casual.
Getting your food to go is also an option.
Complimentary parking is provided in the lot next to Nara Chinese Restaurant.
So whether you're a fried rice fanatic or just dig a great dumpling, keep Nara Chinese Restaurant in mind for all your Chinese food favorites.
Enjoy classic barbecue dishes at Haenam BBQ Restaurant in Shoreline and embrace the mess.
The whole family can enjoy a meal at this restaurant with its kid-friendly fare.
Need to get out of the house? Order and pick up from this restaurant.
Drivers will jump with joy when they find out about the free parking in the lot next door.
Dynamize your next meal with the kick of some great barbecue eats from Haenam BBQ Restaurant.
Make sure your next meal is a good one. Get your barbecue on at Haenam BBQ Restaurant.
Take a trip to SanMaRu Grill in Shoreline and make your next meal a good one.
Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at this restaurant.
Great food is best enjoyed comfortably, so SanMaRu Grill encourages less-than-fancy attire.
Ordering food? You can pick it up yourself!
Save time and money with nearby parking options at SanMaRu Grill.
If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to SanMaRu Grill.
Soybeans that make the journey to Hosoonyi Korean Restaurant have a tasty future ahead of them. The young beans, once matured and fermented, are infused with hot pepper, pulverized into paste, or strained and aged to make soy sauce. Not many restaurants make their own soy sauces in-house, but Hosoonyi’s team prefers to individually monitor the flavors to ensure that they retain their beneficial nutrients and pair perfectly with the eatery's specialty Korean cuisine. The flames of a Korean-style barbecue fire pork, rib-eye steak, and chicken, and a cushion of steamy rice supports the vegetables, beef, and egg that comprise classic bibimbap. Pancakes veer from their traditional breakfast role by incorporating stalks of green onion, slices of squid, and refusing to get out of bed until lunchtime. The restaurant's authentic selection has caught the eye of media outlets such as Sunset Magazine, the Seattle Times and Seattle Met, which lauded the popular sundubu jjigae—a soft-tofu soup brimming with seafood and kimchi—as "pungent, filling, and satisfying."