Good place in Koreatown

NoraCharles

My nephew from California is visiting and staying in NYC. We're meeting for lunch on Thursday.  He's like to go to a place in Koreatown.  I haven't eaten there in years.  What's a good one?


jimmurphy

Can’t help, but where is Koreatown? Queens somewhere?


dave

Midtown Manhattan


jimmurphy
dave said:
Midtown Manhattan

 Where?


yellowcat

Baek Jeong, Miss Korea (no, not sketchy... ‘miss’ as in nostalgic), Don’s Bogam.

Can’t really go too wrong with most of the places there... just don’t step into an empty one.


j_r

Her Name Is Han. Osamil. Hangawi. Mandoo Bar for dumplings.


NoraCharles

Thanks all.  I'll let you know where we wind up.


Robert_Casotto

gaonnuri.  gives you the view.


bella

For those who like Korean, but don't want to go into the city; I can't recommend Kimchi Hana in South Plainfield enough.


sportsnut
bella said:
For those who like Korean, but don't want to go into the city; I can't recommend Kimchi Hana in South Plainfield enough.

Love this place.  It can be a bit pricey.  My son and I ate there a month ago - two orders of Wang Kal Bei & Jab Che and sodas - with tip over $100.


bella
sportsnut said:


bella said:
For those who like Korean, but don't want to go into the city; I can't recommend Kimchi Hana in South Plainfield enough.
Love this place.  It can be a bit pricey.  My son and I ate there a month ago - two orders of Wang Kal Bei & Jab Che and sodas - with tip over $100.

 Luckily, I wasn't the one paying last time (Saturday, so the deliciousness is fresh in my mind).  I used to share an office with a guy who was Korean-American. He insisted that I wouldn't know good Korean food until I told him that Kimchi Hana was my go-to.  Then he had to concede that I did have a good spot.  grin


bklyngirl

Late response, but we like BCD Tofu House on 32nd Street in NYC.  Will try Kimchi though.




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