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  • Korean, Japanese, Sushi
  • 49 W 32nd St, New York NY10001 40.748273 -73.988127
  • (Btwn 5th Ave & Broadway)
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  • (212) 967-0909
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User Ratings (Based on 45 reviews)

3.535
Food 3.8 Value 3.4
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 967-0909
Fax:
fax
(212) 967-3999
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 24 Hours
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Live Entertainment, Open 24 Hours, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/06/2006

    QUALITY FOOD, Worth Every Penny

    Granted there are SO many korean places to eat on or near 32nd street, I would recommend this place for the quality of their food over all the others. Granted you can find cheaper places to eat, but why try to save a few bucks per entree when the food is WAY BETTER here!?!?! This is, hands down, the freshest meat, vegetables, fish (including sushi) on the k-town strip. Loud as it may get, take it as a sign that the crowds come here for GREAT FOOD! This place is so much better than the place across the street with the waterfall & piano....

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by 4theloveoffood on 10/19/2006

    Will try elsewhere next time

    The food at this place was pretty good, but the service was very questionable. We received our appetizers after we had already received our main course! The bbq is very expensive, but good. The atmosphere is VERY loud, we had to shout at each other across the table, and forget about socializing with people at the other end of the table! I will definitely try a different place next time as there are so many to choose from!

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by NYC_Foodie on 08/12/2006

    The one in Flushing is way better

    I don't know what happened to this one, but if you can make it out to Flushing, the Kum Gang San there is a world of difference.

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by wwny on 07/09/2006

    What happened?!

    We had a party of 8 on a Thursday night and were seated on the 2nd floor of the restaurant. Waited quite a while before they took our order, and requests to refill our glasses of water were brushed aside. In any case, the panchan portions were extremely small. The japchae noodles provided 3 mouthfuls for each person...and the bulgogo, kalbi, etc hardly filled us up. So sad cos this place used to be quite a treat!!!

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2005

    Expensive, but great lunch specials

    The food is pretty good here and they always give you tons of yummy korean side dishes. When I run out, the waiters are always really good about giving you more of what you like. They are open 24 hours which is fabulous, but generally speaking it is a bit overpriced for the food..... that is except their lunch specials. Go there during the weekdays around lunchtime (i think it is until 3PM). It is a awesome deal for good korean food. The atmosphere is nice and the staff is friendly, even when you don't know a word of korean.

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by newyorker on 09/06/2005

    Just meat

    Dishes there aren't too great. There are a lot of other great korean restaurants around, but the meat there is great. It's actually the only thing worth ordering. It's a bit pricey and really loud. Don't ever go with a date. Go with loud friends so you'll actually hear them.

  • Kum Gang San

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/01/2005

    So Why Do Koreans Eat Here?

    I'm puzzled by some of the reviews from people who are Korean. Everytime I've been here, the restaurant is populated by Koreans of all ages. I would think that the Koreans would know better than anyone else how good or poor this restaurant is. With the abundance of other Korean establishments available not only within walking distance of this place, but throughout the city in general, it's not like this is the only deal in town. I enjoy the food tremendously and my only complaint is its high prices. But then again, that's my chief complaint with most of the Korean restaurants in the city. Stick with the lunch deals.

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