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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

New Korean spot

Polly Campbell reports that Harrison now has its own Korean restaurant:

"Bulgogi, kimchi and seafood pancakes have come to Harrison. Kim’s Korean Restaurant is open in the K-Mart Plaza at 10548 Harrison Ave. Owners Larry and Chun Mae Haire offer traditional Korean food at lunch and dinner. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 5- 9:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday. 513-367-2040."

This adds to the small but growing list of Korean spots in town. My personal favorite remains Riverside in Covington (see bibimbap in the photo), but the dining guide lists a few more:

*Chung Kiwha in Florence (DIY, family friendly, from what I've heard. And who knew it'd made Time magazine in 2004?)

*The Korea House at Harper's (decent but not better than Riverside)

*Riverside in Covington (yum!)

Am I missing any Korean restos??


at 12:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chung Kiwha is great. It is expensive, though, and it takes a while to cook your food at your table. But it's a great place to take friends or family and catch up ... the last time we went we spent more than 2 hours there!

at 1:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Moon Garden in Fairfield, a few blocks north of Jungle Jim's.

at 7:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard Riverside might be moving to Hyde Park? I certainly hope so. I love that place but the space they have now is too small, and it would be nice to have them closer (to me at least).

at 4:42 PM Blogger Julie Gaw said...

Hey - Let us know if you hear more about Riverside moving. Wouldn't be much closer to me, but they certainly could use more space.

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