The best late night Korean restaurants in Toronto will satisfy your cravings for fried chicken and BBQ into the wee hours of the morning. There’s nothing more wholesome than a bowl of pork bone soup after the party, and luckily for us, there’s spots scattered across the city serve it 24 hours a day—or at least, very , very late.
Here are the best late night Korean restaurants in Toronto.3 - The Owl
This Koreatown classic (once part of the The Owl of Minerva chain) has long been a reliable spot for generous portions of Korean comfort food, but the best part about it is that it’s open 24/7.
4 - Lim Ga Ne
An order of blood sausage at 4 a.m. might strike your fancy, it might not. Either way, this popular chain location by Finch station serves Soon Dae Gook and other traditional favourites 24 hours a day. There's another location in <a href="https://ift.tt/2ADbjGB> too.
9 - Mapo Korean BBQ
This Korean spot near Christie Pits can oblige cravings for spicy kimchi stew until 2 a.m. seven days a week. Aside from the steaming bowls of stew, menu highlights include bibimbap, roasted rice cakes with honey, and spicy pork hock.
8 - Doo Roo Ae
This anju bar at Yonge and Eglinton can be found bustling until last call nightly. The menu boasts an array of small plates and shareable platters including classic late night munchies like kimchi fried rice, toasted rice cakes, fried chicken and bo ssam.
5 - Huh Ga Ne
Take a seat on the floor at this 24-hour restaurant by at Yonge and Finch for their amazing PBL and table cooker. You’ll probably have to wait for a seat, but the short line is usually worth it.
6 - Kayagum
Yet another go-to in Koreatown North, this restaurant has a massive selection of Korean eats. Kimchi pancakes and bento boxes are all available at this 24-hour restaurant by Finch station.
7 - Oh Geul Buh Geul
Located on Yonge halfway between Finch and North York Centre stations, this boisterous restaurant gets packed with people hankering for late night Korean eats, available until 4 a.m.
10 - Ehwa Restaurant
The original Ehwa on Yonge may not be open anymore, but its newer counterpart on Isabella St. has become a hotspot for late night Korean. It’s mostly about getting drunk here, but they do have some killer food combos available until 2 a.m. every day.
11 - MyMy Chicken
Cheese and fried chicken: what more do you want after a night of drinking? This popular franchise from Korea has a location in the Annex and by <a href="https://ift.tt/2U5B3Vl York station</a> to fulfill those cravings for crispy, cheesy, chicken.
by Tanya Mok via blogTO
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