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This new fast-casual spot by Eastern Market serves a mix of Chinese and Korean food, ranging from kimchi stew and wok-blistered broccoli to more shareable dishes like curry lamb. The menu includes a mix of snacks and pickles, as well as larger meat, rice, and noodle dishes, with everything between $8 and $18. While Chiko’s a great place to stop in for something to go, the main reason to come here is for the $50 counter tasting, which is reservation-only and includes a sampling of most of the menu.

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