Visit our Korean restaurant in Bellevue to explore the diversity of Korean cuisine. Korean dumplings, called mandu, are just one type of Korean food that perhaps you have yet to try. Similar to Japanese gyoza, Korean dumplings are filled with a variety of ingredients, such as meat, tofu, garlic, ginger, and green onions. They can be eaten alongside kimchi and soy sauce, or be cooked in soups called mandguk.
Mandu can be cooked in different ways, as denoted by specific names. Boiled mandu is called mulmandu, steamed dumplings are jjinmandu, and fried would be gunmandu. Dumplings were first brought to Korea in the 14th century by the Mongols of China, and have since remained a popular part of Korean cuisine.
Find out more about our dumplings by visiting Seoul Hot Pot in Bellevue!