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Posted by jskrush on 06/09/2011
Now I don't have to go all the way to K-town when I want my Korean fix!! The rice cake and bibimbap are especially delish!
Posted by jake on 06/04/2011
The food was really good and i kept ordering from there. But when i asked for the total to pay with my card this rude lady on the phone asks me to figure it out on my own.All the other staff are very nice even the person who delivers the food is very nice. Hope you guys don't get her when you call cause then you will have to figure out everything.
Posted by #2F on 04/05/2011
Delicious food, Good Service!
Posted by Nat on 01/25/2011
I used to work near Ktown and really miss good Korean food. I decided to give this place a try based on the other encouraging reviews here. The bulgogi was extremely good, best I've had so far. I will certainly be back! I like that they offer both Japanese and Korean food, I enjoy both and it's really nice to have options. While my bulgogi was take out (I would have liked to stay to eat but I don't get a long lunch break), they offered me some nice, hot, green tea while I waited for my order, and I found all of the staff to be very nice.
Posted by Alison K. on 01/10/2011
Pink Salmon's sushi is fresh, delicious and affordable. They also have a great lunch special, which I believe is available 7 days a week. That said, there are also other good sushi places on the UES. Where PS really shines is as a Korean restaurant. They have amazing Korean food--I've been there a few times in the past couple of months, and recommend the soondooboo chigae (spicy tofu casserole), pajun (fried pancake) and hot stone bibimbap. Their vegetarian versions of the pajun and soondoobu chigae are also extremely tasty. They also have other Korean classics like Korean beef barbecue, japchae, ojingo (Korean calamari) and many others. I am half-Korean, and have eaten at many Korean restaurants in my lifetime, and Pink Salmon's food ranks up there. It is such a pleasure to finally have a great place to eat Korean food on the UES, and not have to trek downtown to Koreatown or out to Flushing. The price is reasonable, the place is clean, and the owners are very friendly and hospitable. It's a nice casual joint to enjoy a quiet, delicious meal.
Posted by MJB on 12/08/2010
Its unfortunate that Pink Salmon Sushi doesn't get more traffic. Korean dishes are rare in this part of the UES and while it might not be K-town, the food is prepared well. The couple Korean dishes I've tried were large in size, delicious in taste, and accompanied by a couple of tasty panch'an or side dishes. The Yook Gae Jang had a clean, non-oily broth and a generous helping of shredded beef. The current discount on sushi might scare customers off, but I think it's just an effort to attact more business. The rolls are larger than most made by other Japanese restaurants in the neighborhood and the fish is fresh.