1) Ichiban Korean and Japanese Restaurant
Korean food often gets swept to the side on menus in lieu of more widely recognized Japanese standards (sometimes even by restaurateurs who are, in fact, Korean), but Ichiban allows you the opportunity to bibimbap ’til you drop. Ichiban serves up the hot pots, fresh vegetable dishes, soups and distinctly Korean barbecues you’d want if you were well-versed in Korean food -- and if you’re not, it’s a fine place to start your exploration thereof.
530 Farmington Ave.
2) Ichiro Hibachi and Sushi Bar
962 Farmington Ave.
3) Goong Korean Restaurant
798 Silver Ln.
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