Arlington, TX, might just have the coolest food scene you’ve never heard of. Here’s proof.
A self-serve seaweed and sauce bar? Try not to be intrigued already. Add the chill and unpretentious atmosphere, consistently good food, and location close to UT Arlington, and we’ve got ourselves a winner.
When you enter Namoo Korean Bowl, walk up and take in all the pictures of the bowls — that’ll help. Gangnam (chicken), Dae Bak (spicy pork), and “Do You Know Tofu?” are all stellar options; add a portion of Galbi (Korean BBQ ribs) or egg rolls if you’re feeling famished. Pay, and then wander over to the water cooler and the self-serve bar. You may not think seaweed is your thing, but try it out anyway.
Your food will be brought out pronto, and even though this is a pay-at-the-counter kind of place, note the presentation. You’ll probably want to bust out your phone — if you can wait to dive in …
Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Address: 300 E. Abram St. #170
Click here to read the rest of the story and discover five more Arlington foodie hot spots. The story was originally produced and published on June 22, 2018 by the Matador Network in partnership with the Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau. Photo by the Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau.