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Posted by The Critic on 02/25/2007
I've been going here since they've opened; their food is above average authentic korean food. However, their authentic food is not worth their usual and almost mandatory 15 minute wait for a table.
Posted by HL on 10/29/2006
Kunjip is the most authentic Korean restaurants that I've tried in NYC and flushing area. I've tried most of the dishes, and never dissapointed.. usually there's a 10-20 min wait for dinner and you don't get to stay long after your meal, but it's really worth it! You can never go wrong with this place!
Posted by sarajin on 09/18/2006
Kunjip is the place to go after a night of partying. It is always packed because everyone wants their great food, like soon dubu chigae. They have big portions so it's best to come with lots of people. Plus, you can continue the party here with more soju and beer.
Posted by Chikopoppi on 08/23/2006
From all the Korean restaurants I visited in NYC, I think this is the most Korean of all. It's very crowded with long lines but totally worth it. They have awesome "sundae" (blood sausage Korean style) freshly made by them, best "kamjatang"(spicy potato and pork soup). When you order "samgyupsal" (korean style pork bacon), you have an option to turn your left over pieces of meat to delicious "kimchee" fried rice dish. Their complimentary piping hot egg dish is the best!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/21/2006
Along with seoul garden (which has THE best soondubu), kunjip is the only other place i go to on 32nd. there is a reason that there's typically a long, long line going out the door on any given day. the food here is unpretentious, affordable and closest to authentic. i love how they give you the free egg appetizer thing too--delicious! the atmosphere is loud a bit crazy at times...and b/c of the wait, they try to shuttle people in and out pretty quickly. but it's a very no-nonsense way to eat fabulous korean food.
Posted by NYC_Foodie on 08/12/2006
This is a cozy, non-pretentious family-style korean restaurant that's always busy for a reason. It's on my top three of places to eat in K-Town.