Koshi Brings Korean Fare and Sushi to Saraga; Woodhouse Vegan Expands

Koshi, a small Korean eatery, recently opened inside Saraga International Grocery on Morse Road.

Openings & Announcements

The city’s latest Korean eatery, Koshi, has opened inside Saraga International Grocery (1265 Morse Road). The sit-down restaurant, located near the Saraga registers, serves traditional Korean dishes such as hot stone bibimbap, japchae and jjamppong as well as a variety of sushi rolls. Koshi is open 11 a.m-7 p.m. Sunday through Friday.  

The second location of Woodhouse Vegan is in the midst of its soft opening at 19 W. Russell St., which was most recently Boxwood Biscuit Co. The vegan café will offer a limited menu of baked goods and coffee on Saturday mornings for the next few weeks until the location expands its hours. 

The Columbus Dispatch reports that the Korean fried chicken eatery CM Chicken (which we reviewed here) is preparing to expand in Central Ohio. CM Chicken’s first location opened last fall at Henderson Road and now two more storefronts are in the works for 1510 Cross Creek Blvd. in Pickerington (most recently home to The Crispy Coop) and 5947 S. Sunbury Road in Westerville (formerly Gena’s Restaurant). 

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