One day, we’ll write a guide for Where To Eat Tofu Stew On A Weeknight When It’s Cold Outside, and ChinGoo will definitely be on it. This is a neighborhood Korean spot on Graham Avenue, and it’s exactly the kind of place where you want to grab a meal for less than $20 on a Tuesday night. The tofu stew is our go-to order, but we also like the mandoo and kimchi pancake, and there are a bunch of other things like galbi and bibimbap. The space is pretty small and can fill up during peak dinner hours, but if you encounter a wait, it shouldn’t be too long.
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