Reviews on Korean food in Farmers Branch, Texas, United States. Farmers Branch is a city in Dallas County, Texas, United States. It is an inner-ring suburb of Dallas and is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The population was 28,616 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 13 reviews
We did the ju mul rok. It was super tender and flavorful. The difference lump charcoal makes cannot be overstated. It's also fun cooking for yourself. The banchan (side dishes) is better than average and the service was excellent. If I could give 4.5 stars I would but the prices are higher than they should be. It's not anything extreme but you notice it when you receive your bill. The complimentary shik-hae at the end of meal almost made up for it but not quite.
No.1 Plus Chicken really is no.1 when it comes to fried chicken. The place is small and I did get there a bit early for dinner but it was fairly quiet so I wasn't expecting much, but this place knows how to cook their chicken. My god, it really was the best Korean-style fried chicken I've ever tasted. The Green Onion Topping one is my favorite. Such nice, clean flavors. And the Sweet & Spicy Glazed chicken has such bold flavors that you can't miss it either. The chicken also came with diced pickled radishes that give it a nice crunch and sweet complimentary tastes for your palate. It goes interestingly well with the chicken. And I also love how the chicken were oh so very crispy but not greasy. It's literally perfection. I heard from locals that this place is booming with people past dinner and later into the night. Kind of like any local wings place. I'm glad I went a bit early to enjoy my chicken in peace. I can't wait to go back and try other good eats this place has to offer.
4 based on 17 reviews
This is our GO TO restaurant for Korean in Dallas. There is always an ample supply of Korean vegetable side dishes to enjoy with your BimBimBop or bulgogi. The seafood pancake is also very good. It is definitely cleaner than most Korean restaurants. Prices, portion sizes are also very reasonable and the service is consistent. I visit several times a year and we have not had a bad experience. I can recommend this restaurant and I will return again.
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So good. The bread is fresh and full of flavor. Their Bingsoo (Shaved Ice) is to die for! The Regular size is more than enough for two people. Will be back. Probably later today!
4 based on 29 reviews
Very authentic Korean food ... the âreal-thingâ ... NOT âAmericanizedâ. Excellent seafood dishes. Seafood soups are outstanding. Not so scary neighborhood anymore as upper Harry Hines has âevolvedâ. Terrific sushi & sashimi ... get their large platters and split between 2-3 of you for a meal. Still think that skipping the BBQ-tables is a good idea. Over the decades dining here, never a bad meal - but, many great ones. Plus, when I bring out-of-town visiting Korean friends - they to a person have highest regards for this place. Long since gone from Dallas, but always visit Korea House when in town. Itâs a âsure betâ.
4 based on 20 reviews
This is excellent Korean bbq, probably the best I've had outside of Seoul. I was amazed an all you can eat set up had such high quality food. Prices are reasonable. Most of the patrons are Korean which is a testimony to the authenticity of the food. I will be back many times. What a gem!
4 based on 43 reviews
My husband and I came here when we were in Dallas last week. I've tried Korean foods and I've liked it since the first time I've tasted it so I searched for Korean restaurants in the area and this place has the most stars of the choices that came on my online research. The name of this place is now Koryo Kalbi Korean Bbq. My husband never had Korean foods and he was hesitant to come along with me but since I was persistent,he gave in. I was excited to try this place since it has a lot of nice (Google, not TripAdvisor) reviews. When we got here, I was disappointed. The place smells dirty and cleanliness of a restaurant is high on my list even if the foods are so-so. I didn't show my disappointment to my husband though because I don't want him to be even more hesitant eating his food. He ordered chicken teriyaki and I had a Dolsot bibimbap, but the meat was substituted with tofu and no egg on top. He wasn't so impressed of the serving portion since there were more vegetables than chicken pieces, it was like vegetable teriyaki with chicken instead of chicken teriyaki. He seemed to like the taste of it though which is a plus. My bibimbap was okay, not as good as the ones I've tried before. There were 8 side dishes that were served and I only ate the kimchi and seasoned tofu since they were the best tasting ones, all the other ones had no taste at all. The prices for lunch portion were reasonable. However, I will never go back to this place if we will be in the area again since I wasn't too impressed of their cleanliness.
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