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Food is pretty good, new location is spacious and open 24hrs, but service is somewhat slow.
Everything. And very accommodating. Walked in off the street with a party of 12, and they still only made us wait 30 mins.
Not many places on 32nd to get a really good Beef Pho. Ask for extra beef.
Best Korean food comes with the worst service..
steamed rice tasting like paper / overcooked rapoki / unwanted additional side dish
Somehow feel like it's smaller than the old Kunjip. People have to line up on the stairs to wait. Food hasn't changed though, still good.
Everything is good here but the galbi soup is especially good 💕
Great barbeque, a tad pricier but better quality! recommend the lunch specials!
This place's soulongtang is a bit too watery but it uses somen noodle instead of clear noodles which I like.
Delicious Korean food!
I feel like it lost its flair when they moved to the new location. Also the service got worse... Not that their service was any better before
Decent place for both jjigae (Korean tofu stews) and bbq. Unfortunately they use firm, not silky soft, tofu in their jjigae.
Pay cash if you want a discount on the parking at Central Parking on the same block. The manager had not explained this to me, which cost me $35 ($20 more) to park there. Overcooked steam dumplings
Got the yukgaejang lunch special. It was delicious. Staff seemed like they were trying to hurry us out though.
Great korean food
Don't believe them if they say there will be no wait.
Hit or miss. You have to know what to order,otherwise you'll end up disappointed. Service is horrible,rushed and non attentive
marinated beef! udon! not terribly expensive and open 24 hours!
I won't come back again. The service was sucks.
One of my favorite late night spots in NYC. Addicted to their Hae Mul Pa Jeon and Hae Mul Bibimbap. Seafood pancake and seafood rice bowl. Quick eats too
Soon dae bu good. Hot bibimbop on lunch special not worth it. Horrible service. 20 minutes, no waiter. Went to tell host to come to take order. One hour in and no service to fill water glasses or tea.
Very good, a Little spice, good relation quality prices, I like
New location is much worse than what it was previously. Food quality went down, service is horrible! They are rude and aren't attentive!
Don't forget to ask them for the steam egg that's part of the small dishes!
They were so busy that they took our order in line and had our food on the table before we were shown to our seats. Way.too.rushed.
My favorites are the yukgaejang in the winter and the mul naeng myun in the summer
Best, most authentic, Korean food in NYC.
Came here after a really late night. There was only one or two other tables so the service was quick. Food was delicious with large portions.
Very great Korean food. Their appetizers are one of the best in Korea town I have had. Bibimbap and seafood tofu soup are awesome.
Too expensive for typical Korean food.
Come for the best food and the worst service in K-town
Great Korean food and stays busy late nights. Great place to get a bite after drinking and karaoke
I had the Haemul Gobdol Bibimbob and it had so much flavor!
Love this place. Every time we're in NYC, we eat here and it's great each time.
Get the squid biminbap
Has to be the worst Korean spot I have ever been to. When you get your tofu stew and bibimbaap, check for the meat/seafood portions it's a total scam.
It was busy at 5pm & got busier while there. Definitely do the BBQ. The meats are good.
One of my favorite Korean restaurants in the city. The spicy soups are delicious. It's often crowded though.
Korean bbq tonight
Try the Soo Yuk. Go off-hours unless you like to be rushed.
Pretty good korean place. try sullongtang n soondaegook! :)
Grab some friends, some dumplings and some hot pot.
Delicious Korean food with vegan and vegetarian options clearly labeled. Win!