The Chicagoland area has some of the best Korean BBQ restaurants around. Residents in our Palatine apartments don’t have to go very far to get their beef bulgogi fix. We’ve narrowed down the top three local Korean takeout restaurants you can order from today.
K-BBQ is the newest spot on this list but also the closest, located on Plum Grove Drive. It will only take you about 10 minutes to pick up your food. The menu has all the traditional Korean dishes, including bulgogi, seafood pancakes, and spicy beef soup. Customers suggest trying the BBQ Galbi Rice Bowl or the Pan Chan. They are open for takeout Tuesday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
This spot in downtown Arlington Heights has been a favorite of residents in the northwest for years. With more than 600 reviews on Yelp, it’s safe to say they know what they are doing! Executive Chef Dong Ju Park strives to show the area what Korean food has to offer, noting, “Korean food has so much to offer the world with our unique dishes and flavors. Here at Ttowa, we educate our patrons and provide a comfortable dining experience with great food, music, and service.” Regulars rave about the Korean Fried Chicken Buns and the Bibimbap. Ttowa is also accepting donations to help send meals to first responders. They are open for takeout Monday through Thursday.
92 Town BBQ
This traditional Korean spot located off Golf Road in Schaumburg offers a large menu with all the traditional Korean dishes. The restaurant specializes in Korean BBQ. Residents in the area have been eating at the spot for years, but they gained some regional exposure when they were featured on ABC 7’s Hungry Hound. Customers suggest going traditional and ordering the bulgogi or the bibimbap. They are open seven days a week for carry out.
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