Kang Suh

Korean Restaurant$$$$
Koreatown, New York
  • Sophie R.
    "My favorite Korean BBQ place in the city (or at least in Manhattan)."(5 Tips)
    "It's a more quiet and family based restaurant located in Ktown."(3 Tips)
    Lisa K.
    "kimchi pajun is amazing (they put rice cake slices in it!)"(2 Tips)
    The Corcoran Group
    "Try the Kimchi Jeon, Kalbi and many bottles of Hite and Jinro Soju."(4 Tips)
54 Tips and reviews
  • Korean BBQ
  • ktown
  • pajun
  • kimchi
  • dumplings
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  • Ginny H.
    Ginny HuangAugust 6
    Been here 10+ times
    The black goat soup is the best!
  • Michael F.
    Decent Korean place, get a private room, pancakes, kalbi and bulgogi. Service leaves some to be desired
  • Honghui Y.
    Honghui YuJuly 19
    The jjigae game here is strong - lots of variety and delicious broth.
  • Jin M.
    Jin MoonJuly 8
    They are pretty normal for a Ktown restaurant. We had their pork special and the meat was very thin for the price and the service is okay but like most k town servers, they rush you to eat.
  • Jenny C.
    Jenny CuiJuly 7
    Love their porridge. Haven't tried anything else.
  • Michael N.
    Michael NataleOctober 13, 2015
    Great place for beginners. I love their Dumpling and rice cake soups and the ban chan is generally good.
  • Jay B.
    Jay BlessedJuly 30, 2015
    Such a hideaway bar tucked away in the Standford Hotel. Visit during happy hours 3-8pm.
  • Alice Eunjin
    Alice EunjinJuly 27, 2015
    No line! And the nengmyun is ok
  • Ol E.
    Ol EgJanuary 18, 2015
    As far as I'm not Korean I was not treated right))) so I won't be here anymore.
  • Daouna J.
    Daouna JeongJanuary 4, 2015
    Liked their cold noodle soup.
  • 💎T
    💎TDecember 31, 2014
    It's a more quiet and family based restaurant located in Ktown. BBQ here is good but the portions are a hit small.
  • Danwen
    DanwenDecember 16, 2014
    Can always count on this place when other places in ktown have lines.
  • Elizabeth J.
    Elizabeth JaneDecember 2, 2014
    Fun experience - sit upstairs
  • Elizabeth J.
    Elizabeth JaneDecember 2, 2014
    Fun experience
  • James M.
    James MielkeJuly 17, 2014
    The food is great but the manager is a very considerate, friendly person. Made a big difference in enhancing the atmosphere.
  • @soyrev
    @soyrevMarch 14, 2014
    the golden rule stands unbroken: if the place advertises two or more nationalities of Asian cuisine, don't bother
  • @soyrev
    @soyrevMarch 14, 2014
    juk game weak...like water. only reliable juk (jook) joint in this town is Bonjuk out in Murray Hill Queens, as far as I know
  • Pablo G.
    when you ask for some bbq meat they bring you a lot of side dishes - ask for the egg suffle and specially for the pa jeon seafood pancakes
  • Gabriel
    GabrielSeptember 17, 2013
    Pretty cool place, looking for a good experience this is the place.
  • Helen
    HelenSeptember 8, 2013
    Their junbook jook (avalone rice porridge) is amazing. Haemool pae jeon (seafood pancake) was disappointing; was very greasy and had a few pieces of seafood.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsJuly 25, 2013
    Korean barbecue, enormous crisp pancakes, and more. Open 24/7.
  • Eunice C.
    Eunice ChungJuly 22, 2013
    Worst service ever for the amount of money I'm paying for this.
  • Edgar C.
    Edgar CastilloMay 14, 2013
    Bibumbop is great solo or in any group size; self-cook BBQ is great for a larger party. Not very many good beers on menu, but sake is great.
  • James Z.
    James ZhangApril 24, 2013
    Food here is fantastic. Soups are great and the basic sushi too. Spider rolls are better across the street at kum gang San though.
  • Andrew Q.
    Andrew QuanFebruary 25, 2013
    Dumplings, seafood pajun, kalbi, bulgogi bbq plates, dolsot bibimbap and the freakin' free orange wedges. Force fed by impatient staff in under 1 hr. Couldn't even mix my own bibimbap. #NotMcDs
  • Kendo K.
    Kendo K.September 4, 2012
    I was there late night around 2, atmosphere were horrible. Food is so so. (2 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Lisa K.
    Lisa KimAugust 20, 2012
    kimchi pajun is amazing (they put rice cake slices in it!)
  • Josephine S.
    Josephine SonJuly 10, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    It's not fancy and it's a bit worn down. But if you want (need) some old-school Korean comfort food, this is the place! Spicy, stinky stews and kimchi bokkum are my favs!
  • Alex B.
    Alex BJune 19, 2012
    Bibim Bop is the bomb
  • Ellen P.
    Ellen PeasJune 13, 2012
    naeng myun!!!
  • Monnie
    MonnieMay 30, 2012
    Amazing one tip actually on 32nd next to central parking.
  • Kristin S.
    Kristin S.March 28, 2012
    I don't know what they marinate that meat in, but I like it. A LOT
  • Sophie R.
    Sophie RieseMarch 10, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    My favorite Korean BBQ place in the city (or at least in Manhattan). No more expensive than it's peers (there are special lunch and late night menus), you absolutely get your money's worth and more.
  • Jannica R.
    Jannica RobertsonJanuary 7, 2012
    I wouldn't be surprised if a crew of old Korean grandmas were in the back making panchan! Not the best place for every favorite dish but, they have def have the most legit BBQ menu.
  • Skye L.
    Skye LeGrosNovember 7, 2011
    Bring your own water!
  • Yunji
    YunjiSeptember 10, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    love Kalbi tang!!
  • Jane M.
    Jane MyongSeptember 2, 2011
    Omg the food here has gotten really bad...
  • Matt R.
    Matt RaibertAugust 15, 2011
    The naen myung here is worth trying. Very pleasant broth.
  • Sooki H.
    Sooki HongMarch 22, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Best joo mul luk ever!!
  • LogoTV
    LogoTVMarch 10, 2011
    "Legit, cook-it-yourself Korean bbq. Be prepared to smell like a grill for days. Kang Suh is gangsta!" – Helen, Setup Squad
  • Steve F.
    Steve FrancisJanuary 22, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    For me the best Duk Mandoo in NYC.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJanuary 7, 2011
    Beware of the language barrier. You’ll be treated to some of the best Korean BBQ in the city. Try the Kimchi Jeon, Kalbi and many bottles of Hite and Jinro Soju.
  • Daryl C.
    Daryl CorralJanuary 6, 2011
    Best Gas grill place in K-town
  • Paul K.
    Paul KimNovember 25, 2010
    Best BBQ in NYC...
  • Laura K.
    Laura KNovember 17, 2010
    Easily my favorite meal in the city! I could eat their Yook Hwe raw beef every day.
  • jake f.
    jake furstOctober 21, 2010
    Make sure you get the omelet situation on the side with yo meat. Pretty sure it has crack in it. Also, the waitresses will cook the meat for you so don't fuss over it. Also, 24/7, NBD.
  • Kacie R.
    Kacie ROctober 11, 2010
    The kalbi and jaeyook gon are a must!!!
  • Sung won L.
    Sung won LimSeptember 23, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Open 24 hours! And their hae jang guk has real sun-ji, unlike most others in town.
  • ✨Pun B.
    ✨Pun Bandhu ✨August 31, 2010
    Great Traditional BBQ- at -your -table Korean. Open 24 hours! They usually always give a dish on the house (in addition to the free panchoa, assortments of Kim chee veggie starters).
  • James K.
    James KimMarch 18, 2010
    2 private rooms will fit around 16-20 each.
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