If the wait for a table at Pizzaiolo is too long and you’re up for something a little more adventurous than pizza and pasta, cross the street to this spare but inviting space for soon tofu, a bubbling crock of soft tofu stew that simmers in an assertive but soothing red broth loaded with vegetables, beef, seafood or all the above. The stews come with an impressive array of banchan, tiny side dishes of pickled vegetables, a crumbled tofu and parsley salad, fish cakes and plenty of kimchi. There are also a number of stir-fried, grilled and casserole dishes—like the pork ribs and potato stew—worth trying. You’re not likely to have room for much else, but if you’re out with a group, consider the excellent vegetable pancakes and crisp mung bean patties that go great with a cold Korean beer. Lunch and dinner.