Read about the other kind of KFC – Korean fried chicken. Two Lakewood restaurants serving the sticky, spicy dish are in the neighborhood that is the region’s finest concentration of Korean dining. I’ll also take you shopping at three grocery stores with ingredients you can turn into Korean feasts.
Wherever you are in Korea, soup is served at every meal and it can play a starring or supporting role. In this installment about Korean dining in Lakewood, I’ll explore the vast terrain of Korean soup served at the soup shops, cafes and restaurants along South Tacoma Way.
Consider tabletop grilling the gateway cuisine for the wide swath of Korean dining in Lakewood. Along a three-mile stretch of Lakewood, find five Korean barbecue restaurants where diners cook their own food atop a gas-fueled grill. This is the first installment of a four-part series about Korean dining in Lakewood.