At Maru, traditional Korean cuisine and modern riffs both shine


Maru’s take on classic Korean dishes include bulgogi, thinly sliced beef marinated in sweet soy sauce, sesame oil and other seasonings, then grilled; fried squid, a street food staple; and kimchi jeon, a pancake made with kimchi, scallions and flour. Photo by Morgan Salyer

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