If you’ve never had Korean barbecue — or have been waiting for the opportunity to enjoy it locally — your time has come. Set in a disco-like, renovated space on Rivers Avenue, 843 Korean offers both traditional dining and in-table grills, with the latter featuring an expanded menu. The uninitiated can dip a toe in the waters with classics like bi bim bap, marinated beef bulgogi, and haemul peon (seafood pancakes), while more adventurous palates may prefer the spicy rice cakes and ever-changing array of banchan (such as kimchi, fermented vegetables, or dried anchovies in chili paste). Also offering a broad mix of both traditional and inventive sushi, 843 Korean is an adventure unto itself. —Vanessa Wolf (Dish, Winter 2019)

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Hours: Lunch, Dinner (Mon.-Sat.)



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