The best late night Korean restaurants in Toronto
The best late night Korean restaurants in Toronto can oblige any number of after hour cravings; fried chicken, tabletop BBQ or steaming bowls of pork bone soup. Korean kitchens spread out across the city (and a few cross cultural ones too) have it covered. These are places that often come into their element after dark, making them prime destinations for midnight feasts and post bar binges.
Here is where to find the best late night Korean restaurants in Toronto.
Want more late night eats? Download our Toronto bars, pubs & late night eats iPhone app.
Multiple locations and 24-hour service make this brand of Korean hospitality a reliable favourite in neighbourhoods across the city. Plenty of banchan (complimentary side dishes) and steaming bowls of Pork Bone Soup ($6.20) have solidified this night owl as late night treasure. More »
The kitchen at this popular Ossington Avenue snack bar is open right up until 2am serving up booze and cross cultural nibbles. Sharable ssam platters ($25) with all the fixings and exceptionally tasty small plates like the Bulgogi Cheesesteak ($5) are prime examples of the Korean/American influenced menu on offer. More »
With two locations, these massive Korean barbeque and izakaya restaurants service the GTA with all-you-can-eat, late night menus ($14) that are full of BBQ-it-yourself meat, seafood and assorted pickled condiments. The doors are open until 1am at the Richmond Hill location and until midnight at the Scarborough franchise. More »
This quirky Yonge and Finch stalwart makes all its noodles, kimchi and various apps in house, and is known to send diners off with complimentary yogurt drinks after each meal. Regulars know it as a reliable spot to tuck into big bowls of bibambap ($8-$10) or full spreads of bo ssam ($17) anytime of day (they’re open 24-hours). More »
Not exactly known for speedy service, this North York restaurant makes up for it with an almost royal spread of banchan, the green onion pancake specifically is a treat. Here, late weekend hours (open until 2am) and an inexpensive menu (influenced from China as much as Korea) all contribute to a bustling after-hours vibe. More »
Binge worthy spreads of KBBQ specialties like Jumuluk ($40 feeds two) and piping hot bowls of Kimchi Soup ($10) are among the favourites at this traditional Korean eatery. While they have a location in Koreatown it's the Willowdale one (on Yonge, south of Finch) that's reliably open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. More »
With locations on downtown Yonge St. and in Thornhill, this restaurant is known for its KFC, that's Korean Fried Chicken. Served Monday through Saturday from 11am to 2pm, orders consist of whole chickens, broken down and flash fried until crispy and golden for about $17 a basket (half orders available too for $9). More »
Foremost a Japanese fusion restaurant, this late night spot situated at Yonge and Wellesley is also an apparent favourite for Korean staples like Spicy Bulgogi ($16) and LA galbi ribs ($19). Open every day (except Monday) until 2am. More »
Serving up Pojangmacha (or Pocha for short), this izakaya-like brand of Korean pub serves up a street food, tapas style menu featuring Spicy Seafood Rice Cakes ($12) and overloaded bowls of Chilsung Armysoup ($14). Situated at Yonge and Wellesley, it opens on weekends between 7 or 8pm and goes ‘til at least 2am, if not later. More »