K’s House near Trinity Groves is the upscale Korean restaurant Dallas needs
You won’t find a buffet line or an all-you-can-eat menu at K’s House, the new upscale Korean restaurant that opened last month across from the Trinity Groves development.
Instead, owner Sammantha Kang says her goal is to offer a “high-quality dining experience that shows Korean can mean fine-dining.” K’s House is the 17th restaurant for Kang, a Colleyville mother of four.
“We’re combining many different styles of Korean cuisine here,” says Kang. “Many of these recipes go back hundreds of years, but we also knew diners would want Korean barbecue and more modern dishes like spicy octopus carpaccio with soy sauce and kimchi pork tacos.”
Tabletop grills allow diners (or servers) to quickly sear thinly sliced vegetables and meats such as short ribs, steaks, pork belly and vegetables, which are served wit banchan, the array of side dishes that accompany most Korean meals.
“We spend a lot of money on the ingredients because quality matters,” says Kang, who imports her kimchi from Korea and buys prime beef from local butcher shops. “Korean food isn’t just inexpensive, all-you-can-eat buffets.”
320 Singleton Blvd, Dallas, (214) 238-2606.
A version of this post appears in the July issue of 360 West Magazine.