When you first step inside this Korean restaurant on 99 Street, you might be impressed with a space made warm with strings of patio lights, planks of rustic-chic wood on floors and walls, and inviting areas to sit—either under umbrella-ed patio tables, or in semi-private, cozy booths on the perimeter of the room. Hanjan feels like a park, sort of.
I’m always on the lookout for a good brunch spot, so after Hanjan announced they’d be serving brunch, and specifically Korean fried chicken and waffles on Sunday, we mounted up and headed south.
We got waffles and a whole lot more—but not really brunch stuff. Coffee and kimchi? Read all about the experience here.