Passerotto is a very likeable Korean restaurant in Andersonville from a former chef at Snaggletooth (which closed last year). The space is charming - small, and decorated with cute prints of French bulldogs and cats - and the service is friendly. The short menu features some small plates of raw fish, a few noodle dishes, and two items meant to be shared - kalbi and clams with tofu, both of which come with banchan. Everything is fresh, delicious, and thoughtfully prepared. In fact, we’re glad the menu is so short, because it makes it easy to order basically all of it and avoid any FOMO.