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Korean in New York

  • Cho Dang Gol
    55 W. 35th St. | Chelsea

    No better introduction to Korean dubu (tofu) cookery than the classic soybean meal,which features three bowls: flocculent freshly made curds dotted with black sesame seeds, an intriguing white... More on Cho Dang Gol »

  • Joo Mak Gol
    3526 Farrington St. | Flushing

    Though no English sign graces this brightly lit walk-down spot on a dark side street, a picture of a rustic hut on the awning beckons. Top among countrified culinary delights at Joo Mak Gol is... More on Joo Mak Gol »

  • Takashi
    456 Hudson St. | West Village

    This Japanese-Korean grill-it-yourself spot distinguishes itself with a focus on offal--or horumon, meaning something that's thrown away. "Yakitori-horumon" (basically, grilled variety meats) is a... More on Takashi »

  • Book Chang Dong
    152-22 Northern Blvd. | Flushing

    This bare-bones Korean joint specializes in soft tofu stews. Of the many options at Book Chang Dong to add to your bean curd-clam, oyster, oxtail, mushroom-classic kimchi and pork is the best. Ask... More on Book Chang Dong »

  • Sol Bawoo
    149-44 41st Ave. | Flushing

    Intended to restore male vigor, the selection of dishes at the rustic Sol Bawoo runs to pork belly with raw oysters, goat dishes (including the cryptic "goat meat special part"), and eel-still... More on Sol Bawoo »

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  • Kang Suh
    1250 Broadway | Chelsea

    In Midtown, there are dozens of cheap sushi parlors catering to office workers and tourists, and expensive ones aimed at Japanese businesspeople, but rarely do you go to a Korean restaurant... More on Kang Suh »

  • Danji
    346 W. 52nd St. | West 50s

    This new Hell's Kitchen Korean restaurant, Danji, helmed by Hooni Kim, formerly of Masa and Daniel, is a 36-seat jewel box that maximizes every inch of space. Cleverly hidden in drawers under the... More on Danji »

  • Seoul Soondae
    158-15 Northern Blvd. | Flushing

    OK, the "best use of pig blood" category probably calls to mind Carrie, but what we had in mind is the North Korean blood sausage called soondae, the specialty of Flushing pig palace Seoul... More on Seoul Soondae »

  • Elza Fancy Food
    3071 Brighton 4th St. | Brooklyn

    This Brighton Beach miracle isn't much to look at, but it offers a fascinating and entirely obscure cuisine at bargain prices: the cooking of Korean expatriates to Central Asia, who have been... More on Elza Fancy Food »

  • Kum Ryong
    30 W. 32nd St. | Chelsea

    Manhattan's vibrant Koreatown has been infilling with all the subsidiary cuisines that you used to have to travel to Flushing for. Kum Ryong specializes in cha chiang mein, the square noodles... More on Kum Ryong »

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