Nestled at the end of a dark hallway in the Line Hotel, Pot was one of Roy Choi’s first brick and mortar restaurants after Kogi Truck. The interior, which is bright and stark, with low ceilings and basic furniture, tips its hat to the more old-school Korean restaurants in the neighborhood. Must order: potato pancakes with kimchi, uni fried rice, rice hot pots, and the “Basil,” which includes Old Overholt Whiskey, lemon, and honey and is served in a deli cup.

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