Ttowa’s new menu delivers “mandoo” – Korean dumplings – complimented by homemade dipping sauces. TTOWA serve traditional style mandoos with pork, beef, and assorted vegetables. For vegetarians, Ttowa prepares mandoos stuffed with shiitake mushrooms, tofu, and an assortment of other vegetables. The family style restaurant also offers traditional rice dishes, soup, and noodles.
Main entrées feature chicken, pork, and beef, such as marinated short ribs with traditional vegetable rice porridge. Ttowa’s Kimbop Bar integrates Korean flavors.
“Korean food has so much to offer the world with our unique dishes and flavors. Here at Ttowa, we educate our patrons and provide a comfortable dining experience with great food, music, and service,” says Executive Chef Dong Ju Park, who has over 20 years of restaurant experience. The previous owner of Ttowa Dumpling House in Morton Grove, Ill., Chef Dong Ju also worked as a baker in Germany, Korea, and the U.S.