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Posted by E.Villager on 02/11/2007
Was very impressed by this small authentic Korean restaurant. The Jeyukbap was delicious! They have Korean beer and all the classic dishes. Service was not slow but not super attentive, but if there is no rush, there is no problem.
Posted by Disappointed White Guy on 08/07/2006
I went just before noon and ordered 1 appetizer (kimchi pancake) and 1 soup. The appetizer took 45 minutes to come out and the soup an extra 30 minutes. Worse than that, the soda cost a mint and came in a tiny bottle! (That's my pet peeve. No, paying for a glass bottle isn't "worth it.")
Posted by Anonymous on 03/24/2006
A great place when you're stuck in union square and you're sick of Republic and Coffee Shop. The hot pots are amazing during a cold night and the decor is so cute. Really great Korean food below 34th street.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/27/2006
Just ordered take-out from this place and can't wait to come back for a real dinner. The kim chee jiggae that I ordered is awesome, and the place is really cute. Me likey.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/27/2005
DoSirak is a great neighborhood restaurant. I've been a half-dozen times and have enjoyed the fresh Korean food, prepared simply with large portions. The service has always been terrific and we've felt quite welcome. I'd highly recommend it to anyone!
Posted by picky on 11/27/2005
After reading rave reviews about DoSirak, I had to check out the restaurant. Put succinctly, I visited the restaurant three times and I failed to observe what others have noted in their reviews. The East 13th between Univ Plc. and 5th Ave. isn't quite St. Marks, but the restaurant wasn't difficult to locate. Once I was inside the small, yet comfortable enclave, the hostess greeted me warmly and seated me promptly (it was pre-dinner hours and nobody was there). The menu didn't look too different from what I had been already accustomed to. Thankfully there was no fusion or veggie special - a recent food trend (annoyance) I have come to resent. Ugh. There were no bells or whistles; just very unpretentious Korean food. My side dishes, bean sprout and spinach, for instance, weren't too fresh, I would nitpick, but it's a minor transgression that I was willing to overlook.
Posted by saucz on 11/18/2005
This place offers pretty decent Korean food for the price but if you plan on eating here, dine in because if you order, they might somehow screw up your order. I ordered bibimbap and they forgot the hot sauce (which you can't eat without). They made me wait for the delivery guy to go there pick it up and come back and they didn't even offer me a free drink.