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Another interesting choice among De Pijp’s multicultural restaurants, Miss Korea is smartly designed with bare brick walls illuminated by unusual mood lighting, and straggles through three adjoining townhouses. A positive sign is that the restaurant is always packed out with Korean families happily tucking in to their tabletop BBQ of top-quality meats and seafood with as many side dishes, including kimchi and pickles, as they can eat. Despite the crowds, the wait staff is happy to explain the intricacies of the menu—there’s a set price for the main courses, which is halved for kids, and you choose three items per person for as many courses as you can stuff down in 2 and 1/2 hours.