Cho Dang Gol

Cho Dang Gol

Korean Restaurant$$$$
Koreatown, New York
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  • John Saeyong R.
    "The best (and probably the only) place for kimchi biji in NYC."(5 Tips)
    John L.
    "Seafood pancake is excellent, as well as bulgogi and the tofu stews."(6 Tips)
    Pearl W.
    ""100% organic homemade tofu!""(5 Tips)
    Wei V.
    "Try the Haemul Cham Dubu Jigae - Soft tofu stew with seafood."(3 Tips)
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  • Chenyu
    ChenyuJanuary 23, 2013
    Amazing tofu stew at reasonable price for dinner - lots of delicious appetizers (like kimchi kale, raddish, dried fish, seaweed) start w barley tea, soybean paste and ended w ginger/date tea!
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    No better introduction to Korean dubu cookery than the classic soybean meal, featuring three bowls: flocculent freshly made curds, an intriguing white soybean porridge, and a fermented soybean soup. Read more
  • Stephanie K.
    Stephanie KuoOctober 21, 2014
    Soon dubu takes top billing with Cho Dang Gol's bubbling cauldrons of fresh handmade tofu, guaranteed to warm the stomach and the soul. Also noteworthy is the tender and delicately herbal Bo Ssam.
  • Tiago L.
    Tiago LeeOctober 18, 2013
    Bulgogui Jun Gol (Casserole) scores 10. If you like the traditional barbecue try this one instead. The Kimchi and Tofu are awesome. Maybe the only authentic place to eat Korean food in NY?
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 10, 2014
    Excellent tofu-based dishes can be found here a little removed from the stretch of 32nd St. eateries. Try any of the soondubus, jigaes, or the crunchy dolsot bibimbap.
  • A
    AApril 16, 2014
    This is real Korean food. The fresh house made tofu is better than any store bought variety. The beef broth is high caliber. And the complimentary ginger tea is the perfect way to cleanse the pallet.
  • Helen
    HelenNovember 21, 2014
    Known for their fresh homemade tofu, this is one of my favorite Korean restaurants in New York. Order their tofu and have it with kimchi. Simple yet delicious meal.
  • John Saeyong R.
    John Saeyong RaJuly 10, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Pretty authentic Korean style tofu. The best (and probably the only) place for kimchi biji in NYC. I like the small plate of fish you get always with banchan. They also make rice in stone bowl.
  • Prerna T.
    Prerna TalrejaJanuary 23, 2013
    Ask for a second round of the appetizers they serve-dried fish, seaweed, kimchi etc- so good! Tofu vegetable stew was good
  • Ha D.
    Ha DiemAugust 17, 2014
    Very good service! Would recommend doing family style so you can try out different dishes. Definitely order one of the casseroles, it's the perfect size to share.
  • Kaz K.
    Kaz K.February 15
    The bossam here is so so delicious. Definitely would recommend this and the makkoli.
    Upvoted Sep 22
  • John L.
    John LFebruary 11, 2013
    Queues to rival Disneyland form by 7, come early. Seafood pancake is excellent, as well as bulgogi and the tofu stews. Generally exquisite Korean fare.
  • David L.
    David LifsonDecember 16, 2011
    Seafood pancake was pretty good and the bulgolgi bibimbap was decent, but didn't blow me away. The stews (with super fresh tofu) is the way to go. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • 高手놀리밑™
    高手놀리밑™August 7, 2014
    One of my favorite places to have Kimchi jigae (김치찌개) here. Great comfort food during winter (or just about anytime really).
  • Rob W.
    Rob WalchDecember 24, 2015
    The tofu here is really tasty and unique. In the winter I like to get their Sam Ge Tang - chicken soup that is super medicinal.
  • Christine T.
    Christine TranSeptember 9
    Can't go wrong with Bi Bim Bop but the stir-fried Tofu Trio and Dbuk Kalbi are amazing!
  • Loren
    LorenSeptember 18
    I always get seated quickly and enjoy the ban chan, vegetarian bi bim bap, and a bowl of makgeolli. Not cheap but a good Ktown option.
  • jon f.
    get the galbijin and anything with their delicious house made tofu and you are winning
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Tofu is highlighted here with more than two dozen dishes on the menu. The spicy prime-rib casserole is a perfect dish for sharing. - Inspector
  • Vivian V.
    Vivian VoFebruary 16, 2015
    3 different complimentary teas - 1 at the beginning, rice tea, & a spicy sweet tea at the end. 😊
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsJune 13, 2013
    A very vegetarian-friendly Korean restaurant specializing in fresh tofu, which is made daily.
  • Kushal D.
    Kushal DaveJanuary 31, 2013
    Ignore the menu, you can in fact get a vegetarian hot stone bowl bimbimbop, which comes with their delicious fresh tofu.
  • Ariel S.
    Ariel SeltzerFebruary 13, 2015
    The food was amazing. The best I've had in NYC so far. There may be a bit of a wait but totally worth it. Quick service
  • Penny K.
    Penny KimApril 17, 2014
    Dubu (soft tofu stew) is great. The bonchon (mini side dishes) could be better.
  • Stephenie F.
    Stephenie FortunataJanuary 2, 2014
    the best bibimbap i've ever had so far! try pork bibimbap ;) +the kimchi pancake is also good! ❤️
  • Alex N.
    Alex NguyenSeptember 11
    the stews are so good and big for large parties. homemade tofu is delicious. banchan is yummy.
  • Janet L.
    Janet LeeApril 24, 2014
    Anything with tofu or soybean anything in it is what they are known for. Don't get the basic stuff like bibimbap! You can go elsewhere for that!
  • Tabi Y.
    Tabi YooSeptember 29, 2015
    One of the more authentic Korean places I've been to in the city, spicy pork was very solid
  • George L.
    George LeeJune 26, 2015
    Solid seafood stew. Pricey. Would like to try their seafood pancake. Sampler Kimchi and pancake is good
  • Vivian L.
    Vivian LiAugust 25, 2014
    Most tender beef tofu stew I've ever had! Rice with barley tea is soothing after all the spicy food.
  • Stephen P.
    Stephen PerleJanuary 31
    Best Korean meal had stuffed mushrooms and stir fry tofu trio. Great homemade tofu
  • Josh M.
    Josh MateoNovember 8, 2014
    Bit on the expensive side for Bibimbap. But damn, it's so good. They add in tofu that takes the flavor to another place.
  • Curtis S.
    Curtis ShoungAugust 31, 2015
    House made tofu! It makes a difference. Just order dishes with tofu otherwise why are you here?
  • Jonghyoun E.
    Jonghyoun EunAugust 17, 2013
    Good place to have Korean tofu hot pot. Other dishes are just fine. Good to grab drinks-soju or makkoli
  • Felix
    FelixOctober 26
    Kimchi biji and kimchi chum dubu as well as japchae were all fantastic!
  • S_J L.
    S_J LMarch 4, 2015
    pretty good Korean food. service was fast. kimchi biji jjigae n spicy galbi jjim were delicious!
  • Chris
    ChrisMay 19, 2013
    Tofu stew and bibimbap were nice with it. Ginger tea at the end was so good.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuDecember 14, 2014
    Spicy galbi jjim! Be prepared for a wait during peak hours.
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 11, 2014
    Try the Bulgogi Jun Gol - Bulgogi, mushrooms, and vegetables in a casserole.
  • Honghui Y.
    Honghui YuAugust 14
    Tofu soup (jjigae) here is the highlight especially since they make their own tofu
  • Sylvia S.
    Sylvia SuhApril 27, 2013
    Tofu soup is great. The bean sprout rice casserole is ok. Besr kimchi in town
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 11, 2014
    Try the Kimchi Jeon - Kimchi pancake - kimchi with buckwheat flour
  • Justin Cody
    Justin CodyOctober 18, 2012
    Try the Assorted Korean Side Dishes - It's so authentic, they don't even give you a fork
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 11, 2014
    Try the Cdg Dumplings - Hand made meat and tofu steamed dumplings
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 11, 2014
    Try the Haemul Cham Dubu Jigae - Soft tofu stew with seafood.
  • K C.
    K ChoJuly 19, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    The spicy galbi jjim was life-changing...the best I've ever had.
  • Eugene J.
    Eugene JangJuly 29, 2013
    Bean cold noodle in Summer is so good. Bossam is so so gooood too
  • Mikael K.
    Mikael KopteffFebruary 15, 2015
    Dumplings, seafood jeon and the stir fried tofu trio were amazing!
  • Nate B.
    Nate BeattyMarch 15, 2015
    Authentic food, big portions and reasonably priced. Come hungry.
  • Michael C.
    Michael CotéFebruary 5, 2014
    Short rib soup, spicy. But don't burn your tongue!
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