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Posted by neuedesign on 12/01/2011
love their jajangmyun and jjampong (korean/chinese noodle dishes). it's perfect place to bring friends and share food. very clean place and kind servers, of course really good food.
Posted by AL on 11/23/2011
For those not aware, Hyo Dong Gak serves a mix of Korean-infused Chinese dishes, including an assortment of noodles and seafood. The atmosphere here is great for long sit-downs and the food is just awesome. If you're in the area, definitely worth a try.
Posted by polly on 09/27/2011
as a non-Chinese and non-Korean person, I think this place is so great. The noodles with brown sauce are different than anywhere else I've been (delicious), the dumplings are huge. Some of the fried things are a little too fried, but overall, good.
Posted by k town regular on 07/25/2011
I've not tried many of their dishes but their jja jang myun is my fav. Not many K-town places has it. It was a great find. So, for jja jang myun, i come here, for other type of Korean food, I goto other 32nd st spots. I am planning to try their other dishes, hopefully they are as good.
Posted by jc123 on 11/27/2010
Ordered 1 dish which took over 1.5 hrs to come to my apt which is less than 6 blocks away! unapologetic hostess with a a repulsive attitude...food was cold and sad looking upon arrival...almost gummy like chicken.
Posted by SBS on 09/13/2010
This place is wicked boss kid, but don't come knockin if you lookin for some chicken fingers. ain't got none kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid.
Posted by hello on 08/14/2008
This is the kind of korean-chinese restaurant that reminds me of the ones at home and is the best of its kind in NYC. I usually get the jjam bong which is a spicy seafood soup with noodles. Don't come here if you are just going to get the typical chinese dishes like general tso's stuff, but if you are in the know about Korean food, this is the best place in New York. The ja jang myun is awesome too. If you are new to this kind of food get the fried rice because it comes with a little bit of ja jang and a bowl of jjam bong soup. This fried rice is nothing like the fried rice that you find at chinese take out places and is a lot less oily and much tastier.