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    Hankuk Oriental and Korean Market
    With four tables and four booths, this narrow eatery can handle around 30 customers at one time. Although the setting is diner-plain, the Korean cuisine is authentic, making few compromises for the American palate. Garlic is a key ingredient in at least half of the aromatic dishes from Hankuk’s kitchen. More than half of the menu items are either soups or preparations in broth. For example, duk-mandoo-guk is beef broth overflowing with scores of dumplings, rice cakes, beef, bits of egg yolk, green onion and garlic. The Korean fish stew is composed of large chunks of fish, small crab legs and squid, along with vegetables, red-pepper paste and garlic. Soybean-paste soup, buckwheat vermicelli in cold soup, and Japanese-style noodle soup all are available in their pure vegetarian state.
    The perfect place to join your friends for a night out on the town, to watch the game, or to grab a bite to eat. The Hub features a modern decor of slate and hardwood with a casual atmosphere. We have 20 different flavors of beers on tap and 20 HD televisions to watch your favorite team. Stop in to check out our custom keg cooler and great meals. You will quickly understand why many of our customers think our burger is the best on the East Side.
    Hygrade Delicatessen Restaurant
    An old world, Art Deco-style deli and sandwich shop located just minutes from downtown Detroit, next to Corktown and Mexican Village. Serving Detroit's finest deli sandwiches. The mouth-watering Rueben sandwich is the absolute best in town. The homemade cole slaw is outstanding. The corned beef has served only at breakfast is Detroit's best kept secret. Homemade soups and salads are also available, as are breakfast specials during the mornings only.

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