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Posted by Jim on 04/12/2012
I appreciated the nice decor and ambience, especially compared to some places in K-town. The food was ok but nothing special. Not a bad choice if you happen to be in Tribeca but also not a place to make a special trip for.
Posted by Korean Girl on 02/13/2012
Was craving soondooboo (spicy tofu soup), food arrived quickly- probably the only plus. No bonchon (traditional side dishes) included in the order- no bonchon?! Truly unheard of for a Korean restaurant. The soondooboo was tasteless, bland- very disappointing. And why were there cucumbers in my soup? Odd. Boyfriend's Kalbi came with an obscene amount of ssam with a sauce I've never really seen paired with Kalbi. Next time will take the trip to Ktown, 32nd street.
Posted by Jen480 on 10/14/2011
Try the jasmine soju drink, it's amazing!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/26/2011
Bibim bap and the kalbi are as good if not better than what you can find in koreatown.
Posted by Sean on 02/07/2010
I had brunch at Kori last Saturday. They recently created a new menu for Saturday brunch like "bulgogi omelet". I would definately go back for the free stuff they offer like salad, soup, and dessert tea and cookies as well.
Posted by Zack on 01/29/2010
I was a big fan of Kori before they re-opened. I finally had a dinner at Kori with my family last weekend and it was good!
Posted by Julio on 10/21/2009
I love this place. They recently changed the deco and it makes me feel comfy. I had korean bbq that comes with tons of fresh vegetables plus side of salad, rice, sauces, and side dishes(also vegetables) so I could make a huge veggie wrap. They gave me cute little towel smells like jasmine flower to wash my hands. I tried Winter Breeze cocktail and Sweet Potato Pocket for desert. Those were good too. Friendly staffs and the Bartender was very cute though.