The Korean food scene in Austin isn’t as strong as it is in, say, Los Angeles, New York, or even Dallas, but it’s pretty damn good. There are restaurants offering all-you-can-eat (AYCE) Korean barbecue, juicy crispy Korean fried chicken, soothing spicy tofu-filled stews, chewy noodles, tender bulgogi, with plenty of banchan and soju at hand.
With that, here are Austin’s best Korean restaurants, from AYCE DIY barbecue joint Charm Korean BBQ, traditional takes from Korea House, the mostly-Korean focused food hall of Asian supermarket H Mart, and much more. Many of these restaurants are in north and far north Austin, where there’s a larger Asian population
Relatedly, here’s Eater Austin’s guide to Korean barbecue, as well as the best restaurants for Chinese, Thai, and Southeast Asian food in the city.
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