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Posted by Anonymous on 11/25/2012
Korean spin on tacos? Yes please. Awesome, neuvo vibe and really interesting house cocktails. Service is much more personable and inviting than anything I've experienced in K-town or Flushing. A must if you're in Park Slope.
Posted by JC on 09/14/2012
For Korean Slopers, there aren't many choices when it comes to Korean food in town. Enter Moim, a nice looking restaurant that I wish I could say better things about. My main complaint is with the host, giving me a smug vibe everytime I enter as if he's doing me a favor by getting us a seat in his prisitine lair. I head to Korean restaurants with a certain sense of nostalgia but by the time I exit Moim, I keep saying to myself that I will never go back even though it's pretty much the only game in town. Food is pretty good overall, it used to be more fusion-y but they have switched it up to a more plain menu that Koreans will recognize. Service is not the speed that Koreans are usually accustomed to but adequate.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2012
Best Korean food in town!! So thankful to have had moim open up in park slope. I eat here most nights of the week!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/10/2011
Very good food and excellent atmosphere. Will definitely return with friends.
Posted by Annoyed on 02/23/2011
Attempted to first order on Friday, was told they no longer deliver on Fri/Sat. and no pick ups allowed either. What??? makes no sense. Finally got to order and try out the place on Sunday. The girl who answered the phone apparently was on training. It took her over 5 minutes to take down address(which I had to repeat literally 7x), phone# and the order. It then took close to an hour for the food to arrive, whilst the restaurant is only 8 blocks away. Then the delivery man called saying he was downstairs. Buzzing him in and he kept saying he don't hear the buzzer so must be broken. My husband went down to check and no one was there. Delivery man called back in 4 minutes and said he was at the wrong house!!! By this time, we were beyond annoyed! Crossed our fingers and hoped for the food to be at least good enough to worth the annoyance. But sadly the food was already lukewarm and we had to heat it up, and didn't taste what we paid for. If you want good Korean food, make the effort and go to 4th ave or K-Town for some real Korean food with good service! It'll probably take the same amount of time to get done anyways, except with better service, food, and price, and minus the aggrevation!
Posted by Madaboutfood on 11/21/2010
I have read many reviews about the poor service, so I wanted to make sure that I posted my recent experience with great service. We had brunch there, and we had the veggie dumplings, chicken sate, and bulgogi sandwich. All three dishes were amazing.. The bulgogi sandwich beats any vietnamese ban mi sandwich I've every had. The veggie dumplings filled with mushrooms and a touch of cheese (i think) were awesome. I also read some other reviews about the price being high, but then again, these are not just any veggie dumplings you get at a chines restaurant. You can taste the freshness, and the fine ingredients. You get what your pay for. And to top it off, everyone was very nice and accommodating.
Posted by anonymous on 05/11/2010
i have eaten at restaurant and the food was quite good. but every time i call to order for delivery - i find them rude and unhelpful. for example, the restaurant takes credit cards, but won't accept credit cards if they deliver, why? also, they don't deliver on weekends. too many rules - they would do better biz if they were a little more accomodating.