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KOREAN RESTAURANTS
KOREAN RESTAURANTS
KOREAN RESTAURANTS
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Detour Doughnuts and Coffee

You want doughnuts? You want quality, gourmet doughnuts? Of course you do. This place is perfect for you.Detour Doughnuts and Coffee has regular doughnuts and

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Sushi Sakana

Led by experienced sushi chefs, Sushi Sakana is premium quality sushi restaurant. Sushi Sakana prides with quality taste and service. There are broad selections of

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PINK COFFEE

Our coffee beans are roasted fresh every day to ensure the best quality. Our baked goods are hand picked from our local bakery and made fresh every day.

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Iota Brew Cafe

IOTA Brew Cafe brings the newest in food trends to you! Enjoy desserts like soft ice cream topped with crunchy cereal, crepes, ice cream sandwiches

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DanSungSa

Cozy kitchen with a casual feel dishing up classic Korean recipes, plus beer & cocktails. The Korean bar food here is excellent, ranging from classics

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Maht Gaek

The best Korean restaurant in Plano!  One of their popular menus is BBQ ribs. Their pork ribs with spicy sauce are all the best. Spicy

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Below 40 Poke House

Hawaiian restaurant. Trendy poke spot like all other poke restaurants. Order at the counter, they call your number, you go and pick up. Preset menu or custom your order.

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Jang Choong Dong

Jokbal is a rich, savory dish made by stewing pig’s trotters in seasonings for hours until it absorbs the flavors. Jokbal is a soft, shiny,

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9 Rabbits Bakery

Contemporary bakeshop featuring Asian-style baked goods, boba & milk teas, smoothies & sandwiches. Wonderful authentic Korean bakery. Friendly service in a unique joint with creative,

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Dal Dong Nae restaurant

This late-night staple of Dallas Korea Town serves enormous, family-style platters of pork, bowls of raw oyster kimchi, huge simmering pans of stew, fried kimchi

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Myungrang Hot Dog

Quick Korean-style fried hot dogs on sticks with unique twists including squid ink & rice cakes. Great place for a quick and interesting snack. These Korean hotdogs are basically corn dogs but in Korean, we call them hotdogs. 

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