Other Ideas: Koreana
This restaurant offers pretty authentic Korean food with dishes such as Bibimbap and Bulgogi.
We tried the Bulgogi and the Pork Gui. The Bulgogi was quite good. The Pork Gui had an excellent flavor, but unfortunately, it had quite a bit of fat - even though the description on the menu said it was very lean pork. In fact, we found the Bulgogi to be leaner than the pork.
We did not see any high-chairs, although they may have them hidden somewhere. There were a few families eating there, but most of the kids in the place were older and none of them required high-chairs.
They did offer our kids a couple of lollipops at the end when the kids were getting a bit restless. However, the service was quite slow, which is what was causing the kids to become restless.
Our bill came out to be more than we expected. For two dishes and an appetizer - came out to almost $50 with tip, and we did not order anything extravagant.
While the food here may be more authentic than Koreana, one thing we like about Koreana is that they also offer sushi, which gives you a few more options.
9A, Union Square, MA, 02143 map
If you're coming from the Mass Pike, Storrow Drive, or Memorial Drive, take Prospect St. toward Inman Square, go through Inman Square until you get to Somerville Avenue. Make a left on Somerville Avenue, and the restaurant is on your left.
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