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Korean Food Restaurants In Pittsburgh

Mapped Restaurants Pittsburgh

Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

4305 Main St Pittsburgh
(412) 687-2222

Pittsburgh American Restaurant near Main St And Howley St offering dine in

Seoul Dumpling House Seoul Dumpling House Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

4310 Main St Pittsburgh
(412) 681-9192

Pittsburgh Korean Restaurant near Main St And Howley St offering dine in

Green Pepper Green Pepper Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

2020 Murray Ave Pittsburgh
(412) 422-2277

Pittsburgh Korean Restaurant near Murray Ave And Hobart St

Ginza Korean & Japanese Restaurant Ginza Korean & Japanese Restaurant Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

239 Atwood St Pittsburgh
(412) 682-9226

Pittsburgh Japanese Restaurant near Atwood St And Sennott St offering dine in

Korea Garden Korea Garden Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

414 Semple St Pittsburgh
(412) 681-6460

Pittsburgh Korean Restaurant near Saint James Pl And Semple St

Kiva Han Kiva Han Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

3533 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh
(412) 682-5354

Pittsburgh Korean Restaurant near Forbes Ave And Semple St offering dine in and takeout.

Golden Pig Golden Pig Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

3201 Millers Run Rd Cecil
(412) 220-7170

Pittsburgh Korean Restaurant near Millers Run Rd And Mawhinney Rd

Kiva Han Kiva Han Pittsburgh 3 Star Rating

420 S Craig St Pittsburgh
(412) 687-6355

Pittsburgh American Restaurant near Forbes Ave And Bigelow Blvd

Korean Restaurants Pittsburgh

As one of the rapidly emerging economic forces in Asia today, Korea has also begun gaining popularity in terms of its unique cuisine and restaurants have been cropping up around the globe. It is best known for its aggressive seasoning, usually with fiery red pepper powder, mustard, or traditional fermented condiments. Principal ingredients used in most dishes include a diverse assortment of vegetables, tofu, beans, meat, and seafood. Pittsburgh Korean restaurants will usually offer tiny plates of appetizers called ban chan before a main course of tender, grilled meat, sour salads, and spicy stews accompanied by steamed rice and kimchi, which is Korea's version of the sauerkraut. For those on the lookout for gastronomic adventures, savor Korean cuisine at any of Pittsburgh's authentic restaurants!

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