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Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2008
Was charged an additional 5$ for delivery to 42nd and park. Which was only suppose to 4$. The portion was very small . The food is very over priced with poor quality. Short ribs were all fat and grease. I would not refer this place to anyone.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/21/2008
A good restaurant but the value is a little over-priced. Good food- it is a cook-your-own-food-place. They give you raw food, and you have your own mini BBQ. The food overall is good, and the atmosphere is great too. The service is decent and they remember you when you go back. They remebered me and my family.
Posted by food lover on 12/27/2007
There is better Korean food in k-town. You could just jump in any Korean restaurant is better than here. I went there to have dinner with my boyfriend ordered kalbi waited half an hour to just get water. And food portion was very little not enough side dishes :( never ..... I rather trip down there and enjoy my real Korean food
Posted by sandy on 01/05/2007
Had california rolls, jab chae, and the crispy flounder for lunch. Was a rather popular place for business men and women to gather and hold informal meetings while enjoying good food. The california rolls were better than the average fare at most sushi places. The texture was fluffy and the flavor was nicely infused. The jab chae was also well done. Did not go overboard with the soy sauce and was of a generous portion. Finally, the crispy flounder must be reviewed in two parts. THe fish itself was well done as the crispy outside was flavorful and did well to complement the blander fish meat on the inside. However, I think the garnish of green onions was just an overkill. THe flavors of green onions panfried in oil does well to complement the lemon-cured fish. However, the entire batch should not have been left on the fish as it was overwhelming with each slice of fish. Did almost ruin the taste of the flounder dish had I not quickly brushed it off to the side. Overall, a good place to grab a well-balanced meal in upper east side, yet not exactly worth it for the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/13/2006
I ordered takeout from Korea Palace since its right near my job several times and never been disappointed by the quality of the food. The Yookge Jang is especially good.
Posted by Native Korean on 12/06/2006
I live very close to this restaurant, and that is hte only reason I ever come. Often times when i'm craving korean and i'm too lazy to venture to K-town, I make way here. The food is mediocre, the prices are not cheap, and the who lady answers the phone is rude. However, since it is the only korean restaurant in the neighborhood, i force myself to go. overall, very so so.
Posted by NYC_Foodie on 08/12/2006
The other review sums it up - this is not an authentic korean dining experience. They sway too far to western tastes for it to be considered even remotely true to korean food. Go to Herald Square for a more authentic experience if that's what you're truly looking for. The only thing I enjoyed here was the Chilean Sea Bass, which ironically I have never seen on any menu of any other korean restaurant I have been to or experienced at home. I don't think there is even a korean word for 'chilean sea bass.'