Korea House has been dishing out classic Korean staples from a storefront near West Anderson and Burnet for over 30 years now. In that time they’ve firmly established themselves as one of Austin’s favorite spots for Korean staples, like japchae, bibimbap, and budae jjigae. We really like all of their stews here - especially the haemul sundubu if you’re dining in - but they also have a great selection of takeout dishes and meal kits. And if you’re ready to play Top Chef at home, they have a selection of pre-marinated, ready-to-cook (or freeze) meats, like salt-brined mackerel or bulgogi ribeye and chicken.
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