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Posted by Abgie on 02/20/2013
It has beeen 4 months since they hurricaine andnthey still claim their phonesdont work but inist on charging $3 more for cigarettes than Duane Reade 100 yards away.
Posted by Lisa on 10/19/2011
The kimchi is consistently unappetizing. Salads are good. All non marked items are over priced. The lunch buffet is also overpriced even for this area.
Posted by i_am_not_legend on 01/01/2008
This place has its ups and downs. Ups are they're 24 hours and only open place after midnight in the area and the kimchi is good. Downs are overpriced "cigarettes $10?" beer 6 pack "$16?", $1.50 for bag of doritos that are marked $.99? Flies in food at buffet and nobody knows english. You make the call
Posted by kimchi on 07/26/2007
although the food is worth the money for the area, the counter guys could use some customer service training. The place is quite nice and it would be an excellent place if they made smoothies and cappuccinos and other popular items that should be serviced in the food industries.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/08/2007
The guy making the tofu soup was nice enough. The result was not the best I have ever had but good enough if you are looking for soon dooboo, tofu soup. price-wise, it's about avg, but k-town is better value. the tables inside are sufficient, but i could tell most people get their food to go. in a pinch, it's ok.
Posted by Rahul on 08/28/2006
Lots of options here. The usual grill, sandwiches, salad bar, and tossed salads, of course, but there's also Sushi, Ramen, Korean tofu soup, and Bibimbop. All of it is delicious and not particularly expensive for the area. The new design is much better (recently visited it again after over a year -- was working closer to city hall for a while). For a deli, it's got a nice seating area, too.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2004
The tofu soup is the best I've had in NYC. Very authentic!