Cho Mak Korean Cuisine

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Opened in March 2013 in the former space of Wando restaurant on the northwest corner of 4th & Western.

Menu: Hanjong-shik (Korean-style) grilled-fish dishes with lots of traditional side dishes.

“SCHOOLBAG LUNCHBOX” COMBO
$6.99 lunch specials

Monday: Grilled mackerel + bean-paste stew
Tuesday: Stir-fried pork and kimchi + bean-paste-stew
Wednesday: Bulgogi + bean-paste stew
Thursday: Spicy pork bulgogi + bean-paste stew
Friday: Stir-fried squid + bean-paste stew

Prices and availability of items are subject to change.


1,554 square-foot restaurant with 52 interior and eight exterior seats.

Still no breakfast or delivery as of March 15, 2013. Minimum of $20 if using credit cards.

Chomak (초막) refers to a traditional grass-thatched hut in the Korean countryside.

* Restaurant walls have photos of Pak Seri and Bill Bratton — likely from the owner’s old Wal-Mae bar on 11th & Vermont.

Date Closed: October 31, 2013
Date Reopened: November 02, 2013
Reason for Closure: Vermin harborage, infestation

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