For a tour of Asian cuisine, look no further than the Crossroads, where Kobi-Q opened this summer. From bi bim bap to LA-style galbi short ribs to KFC (that’s Korean Fried Chicken wings, naturally), the restaurant focuses on Korean fusion flavors, but it doesn’t stop there. Kobi-Q also features its own take on poké, a wide selection of sushi and sashimi, Vietnamese-inspired noodle bowls and shabu-shabu, a Japanese-style DIY hot pot fit for two. Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday, there’s no shortage of dishes to try at the casual spot on 1531 Grand Boulevard, whether you’re sampling the kimchi stew—aged kimchi, pork and tofu in a spicy broth with rice—or japchae glass noodles—sweet potato starch noodles with veggies and beef. 

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