K is for Korea
On The Bab (address and info)
This tiny resto brings contemporary Korean street food, called Anju (literally: "drinking food"), to lucky diners who manage to grab a spot. Sat cheek by jowl, it gives you a pretty authentic experience to inhale their ridiculously tasty food.
What you’re getting: Yangyum Chicken -- Korean-style fried chicken. It has “yum” in the name for a reason.
L is for Lebanon
Yalla Yalla (address and info)
Tucked on a little pedestrian street, this place has all the charm of a Beirut cafe, plus some solid drinks at night.
What you’re getting: A meze platter loaded with baba gnash, hummus, warm pita bread, and grilled halloumi
M is for Morocco
Momo (address and info)
Opened by Parisian-Algerian restauranteur Mourad Mazouz, walking into Momo is like walking into another world. Incense, palm leaves, and dark lights give off some seriously sexy Marrakech style.
What you’re getting: Couscous Momo served w/ lamb shank, grilled lamb skewers, and merguez sausage.