Bob House

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Rebranding of the Korean restaurant Spoon & Chopsticks in Fall 2013.

The sign outside shows only “House” in English.

“Bob” is a bastardized transliteration of the Korean word 밥 (bap pronounced “bahp”), which means rice, and by extension, food.

Closed on Christmas Day.

Open most days from 11 am to 9 pm.


Menu includes kimchi fried rice, stews and bunshik like ddeokbokki and kimbap.

Simple dumplings (fried or steamed), noodles like udon, tempura…

Parking behind the building on Kenmore. KP3 Parking.

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