New York, NY 10003
Village Voice's Description
Not a noodle shop, hipster hang, or fresh tofu parlor, Hanjoo may be the first full-blown Korean restaurant to hit the East Village, and certainly the first to assay the St. Marks dining strip. The place is a branch of a respected Flushing establishment, and offers a complete menu that runs from tableside barbecue to fiery soups that boil in chafing dishes as you eat them to dumplings and bean curd dishes. In common with Koreatown spots, there’s even a nifty lunch-box special that includes soup, rice, main course, and an amazing array of the small appetizing dishes called pan chan. And you’ll be asked if you want more when the original collection has been eaten. This is a restaurant for big appetites.
Tips from foursquare
this place is super legit. it's a contender for best Korean food in Manhattan. if you like seafood, try the Haemul Jeongol. it comes with a whole octopus.
초구리다 ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ뭐야 이런곳
Delicious and very generous with sides and portions :) plus they're super super nice!
No beer. No soju. No liquor license. No cheaper than or better than Ktown. So no reason to go here.
Lots of side dishes, try out the casserole
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Piping hot and brought to the table bubbling, the squid and crab soup is a formidable lunchtime feed. Korean restaurants can be rather expensive,... More on Hanjoo »