Food Gallery 32
New York, NY 10001
- Daily 11am-12am
- All Major Credit Cards
- Kid Friendly, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch, Snack Food
- Not Accepted
- Garage, Street
Village Voice's Description
This gleaming three-story food court Food Gallery 32--with plenty of seating, some dramatic, on all levels--is about as good as these institutions get. Food is cooked to order (and it sometimes takes 15 minutes, be patient) at seven different stalls, featuring mainstream Korean, Korean-Chinese, Taiwanese, and Japanese fare. There are noodles and dumplings galore, but the counter called Korea House takes a more serious approach to Seoul food, even producing medicinal ginseng-stuffed chickens, in addition to the usual bulgogis and bi-bim-baps. Another stall, Boon Sik Zip, specializes in wacky nori rolls (like bacon and pickled garlic) and fish-paste concoctions. Best go in the evening when the place is not so crowded.
Tips from foursquare
This one-stop Asian shop has seven vendors, three floors, and 200 plus seats. Most food is under $10, and it's more than just Korean: load up on Japanese bento boxes & Taiwanese-style fried pork chop.
Red Mango best bang for buck here at 49 cents an oz - self serve
Red Mango and amazing food court in triplex! Giant mega place to eat at spacious and modern deco!
A three story tower of pleasure. Get some weird nori rolls, bubbling crocks of chigae and noodles for any taste-cheap and fast. Winner Best of NYC Critics' choice for best food court.
Korea House may have the cheapest Korean BBQ in all of Ktown. $9.99 for a small and $14.99 for a regular. Also because it's a food court and not sit down you avoid tip.
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