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New York Kom Tang Soot Bul Kal Bi

Map & Directions 32 W. 32nd St.
New York, NY 10001-3818
  • Asian, Japanese, Korean
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Delivery, Prix Fixe, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Beer, Full bar, Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

Kom Tang Soot Bull House;the place goes by several overlapping names and claims to be the oldest Korean restaurant in town;occupies an incredible three-story premises. Sit on the second floor by the big window for a thrill, and enjoy the most extensive Korean menu on the strip. The "Soot Bull" refers to the fact that all barbecuing is still done over charcoal rather than gas or electricity (don't miss the tender cow tongue). Yippee!

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  • Hanna L. on 07/05/12

    Most authentic Korean BBQ in the city!

  • Joseph N. on 08/06/13

    Lunch was $12, including tip

  • isaac a. on 06/12/11

    Kkori gom tang is the best here (oxtail soup)The sam gye tang is also the best I've had in ktown

  • Cliktrips (Jen A.) on 11/01/10

    Beef, pork, short rib, beef dumplings, kimchi pancake

  • Morgan W. on 06/16/12

    The staff was RUDE. When I ordered something that wasn't barbecue, they gave me attitude and acted considerably colder.

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