Row 1

1805 18th St NW (at S St NW)
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 588-1540
$ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try steamed dumplings as an appetizer. It tastes as good as the ones from fine Korean restaurants in Korea. Authentic taste.
  • The dolsot bibim bap is incredible. Also recommend the seafood pancake as an appetizer.
  • get the dolsot bi bim bap. the extra two dollars for the hot stone bowl is Worth It.
  • The Yookgejang Kalguksoo will hit the spot in any occasion! Fresh noodles cut to order in a spicy beef broth with brisket, scallions, bean sprouts, whisked egg, and rice cakes.
  • Make sure to use your sauce. Fo' real.
  • The steamed veggie dumplings and the dolsot bibimbap are must orders!!! Also, enjoy that free pickle tray, especially the kimchi.
  • The fried beef & pork mandu are a must order, fried to a nice crispiness, and only $4 during happy hour!
  • Awesome half price dumplings for happy hour, 4-7. The pan fried shrimp ones are a must order.
  • Mandu has one of the best happy hours in the area. Check them out!
  • Order The Louise Special: rum punch. Filled with Bacardi, Pineapple Juice, and Grenadine... It's delicious.
  • Mandu means dumpling in korean
  • Order the bolgogi!!!
  • Best brunch in DC. Hands down. For any other meal, get the dolsot bimbim bap.
  • One of the best happy hours in the city, 7 days a week.
  • Check out happy hour everyday 4pm to 7pm. $4 Sojutinis, $4 Liquor drinks, $4 beers and $3 mandu. My fave to eat is veg bibim bap and duk bok gi. The pickles are amazing!
  • Have the pork belly with rice cakes and tofu!
  • Huge portions, reasonably priced; easy to share
  • Steamed egg
  • The happy hour dumplings are great!
  • The pan fried eggplant is SO GOOD.

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