Just south of 71st and Memorial sits a totally authentic Asian experience. Sobahn’s owner, Hye S. Shon, has created a beautiful version of Asian cooking, down to the sushi, Korean and Japanese dishes, traditional Asian seating (floor cushions and low tables) or American seating (tables and chairs), green tea and karaoke. A visit to Sobahn not only tastes delicious; it also feels a lot like a trip to Korea or Japan. There are so many choices of nigiri, house rolls and sashimi that it can be overwhelming at first. But the staff is so helpful finding out your likes and dislikes and suggesting the perfect fit. With not a lot of Korean restaurants in the area, Sobahn is an awesome place to start that journey with features like bulgogi (thinly sliced beef marinated in a blend of spices), beef short ribs and bibimbap (served in a large bowl of rice and topped with a variety of vegetables, an egg, and choice of beef, squid, chicken or fried tofu).
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