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7.9

Master Ha

Korean

Koreatown

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight Dinner

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Much like The Rock (the wrestler) or L. Ron Hubbard (the sci-fi author), Master Ha started out known for one thing before becoming way more famous for another. So, while you can order a very solid bowl of ox-bone soup at this stylish Koreatown spot, the best dish here (and the one on every table) is their sweet, briny ganjang gaejang, or soy-marinated raw crab. If you’re with a group, the best move is to order a huge mound of whole crabs to crack into. Otherwise, go for the personal-sized marinated crab combo, which adds quail egg-topped rice, soy-marinated shrimp, an egg, pickles, and sheets of nori to make little crabby handrolls.

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