photo credit: Hannah Albertine
O:n° is from the same hospitality group that operates some of our other favorite places to eat in the area, like Her Name Is Han and Nonono. But, at this Korean restaurant, everything is heated and cooked on an induction burner at your table, from plates like steamed fish or pork chops with oyster sauce, to pots filled with boiling broth and mushrooms or mixed seafood.
If you’re with a group, try one of the Korean hot pot stews (which comes with rice and complimentary sides, so one of them is enough for multiple people) as well a couple of their excellent appetizers. There’s a dandelion pancake with thick earthy paste made from dandelion greens is spread onto the fried pancake, then topped with sunchokes, raisins, hazelnuts, crunchy chips made from sunchokes, and a sprinkle of parmesan on top. Each triangle slice tastes nutty and sweet. Plus the plate arrives with a side of tiny pickled cauliflower florets that make the pancake taste even brighter. Otherwise, order some crispy fried jalapeño chicken bites, and mushroom rice cakes shaped like delicious packing peanuts. All three dishes are shareable and will steal your dinner show.
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