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Posted by Anonymous on 05/21/2010
I came last week with a few friends, afterwork drinks for Happy Hour, their cocktails and wine selection is great and affordable! We also ordered a few appetizers / entrees, including the grilled Steak "Kalbi"! Everybody is still talking about it, so delicious.We will be back soon.
Posted by kfood lover on 04/13/2010
ive been a fan since this place since it opened. just went back last week with some friends and i must say the food actually tasted better, especially the scallion pancake appetizer. thats my favorite korean food and was a little disappointed the first time i had it. it wasnt bad but it wasnt great. now i can honestly say its the best scallion pancake i've ever tasted - you must try! and i had the beef short ribs entree and it was amazing as usual. the service was also stellar, the server even asked me for feedback which i thought was great. its great to see the staff is continually trying to make improvements, think that is key for a new restaurant. chom is definitely one of my new favorites!
Posted by anonymous on 03/09/2010
Love this restaurant. Chom Chom is Fancy & Elegant in style, Great Music and vibes (specially at the bar!) Service was really good. The best Korean restaurant in NYC. Much better than in K-town. I really recommend this place to anyone.
Posted by anonymous on 02/17/2010
My wife and I came for dinner last Monday, the ambiance, food & service was fantastic! It was our first experience with Korean Food and we both loved it. They also had a jazz band, the music was great and not too loud (very romantic actually). I highly recommend this place for dinner or drinks.
Posted by Keith Laskey on 02/13/2010
The staff was very welcoming, friendly and helpful with the menu. The food was terrific and not too filling. The wine selection was great, too. Nice time - will be back!
Posted by anonymous on 02/04/2010
The atmosphere here seemed relaxing and the staff very gracious. I ordered take-out for lunch and the hostess offered me some corn tea while I waited for my food. I ordered their soybean paste stew with beef and tofu which came with a side box of rice with mini pancakes, kimchi, mushrooms and a sprout concoction. The word "stew" is misleading. It was really a broth with several cubes of tofu and some tiny bits of beef. The food was tasty but not at all satisfying or worth the $12. Too bad - I wanted to like this place.
Posted by monkeylove on 01/18/2010
finally a korean restaurant outside the overrated ktown I can go to for happy hour. love the tapas style menu. some of the portions were small, but the braised rib eye beef is the way to go if you're hungry. half off happy hour made it easier for us to order the extra food :)