PDXReview

Located in a hidden courtyard off Sandy Boulevard, Han Oak serves upscale Korean food inside a beautifully refurbished, open garage. All of the seating is at large communal tables, which - along with the backyard - gives this place a very cool, indoor-outdoor dinner party feel. The whole menu is great, but make sure to order the crispy fried chicken wings and pork and kimchi dumplings to start. Han Oak is super popular and reservations fill up more than a month in advance, but if you want to test your luck, they do save a few seats for walk-ins each night.

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