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Oseyo cuisine overhead
Photo by Carli Rene/ Inked Fingers

On a quest to bring her love of Korean cuisine to as many people as possible, owner Lynn Miller opened Oseyo with a menu that gets its influence from her Korean mother's home cooking. Executive chef Mike Diaz leads the kitchen, where he seasonally rotates the menu with chef-inspired options. Dishes range from shareable plates such as pa jeon (a savory scallion pancake) and tong dak (Korean fried chicken wings), to wood-grilled cuisine like bo ssam with slow-roasted pork served with perilla leaves for wrapping and a soybean paste dipping sauce and hwedup bap, a rice bowl with a mix of raw fish and vegetables.


1628 East Cesar Chavez
Austin, TX 78702

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