The market at N. Kimball Ave. A manager there, who declined to be named, said plumbing issues forced the closure. The market was inspected following a complaint from the public, according to the report.
We really came for the snack corner, so my husband, who is Korean, could have a decent, quick, Korean meal. He ordered the Bulgogi for me, which I've eaten at various places over the years, and this I heard of this market because of the food court. In order to avoid traffic, we went to this market in another location which was in the new plaza. They had variety of Asian grocery and fresh seafood.
Chicago is home to a vast array of different cultures, and with them the delicious cuisines that each bring to the table. If you are craving a dish that reminds you of your or your ancestors homeland, chances are you can find it somewhere in Chicago. Or at least find the right spot to pick up ingredients to make it in your own kitchen.