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Posted by Char on 05/27/2012
First, they wouldn't honor my Restaurant.com voucher, but we stayed because we were hungry. $18 for a bowl of Bulgogi Rice Noodle soup and $30 for a heaping plate of just Bulgogi for my friend. The portions were good and the food was tasty, but the $51 bill (with tax) hardly seems justified. Also, too loud to talk. I hear the food is better in K-Town, but this was closer to where I was staying in the Lower East Side. My rating B-.
Posted by Foodienyc on 05/12/2012
Extremely disappointing. Poor service and very mediocre food. Mild here means very spicy and be warned that that if you don't like your food they will try and not take it back. Quote: "we only do exchanges". Needless to say we will not be back.
Posted by alex on 07/01/2008
i found this new restaurant while i was looking around in east village and had to go in when i saw the sign for the Steamed Clams and Rice Cakes!!! they are only 5.99 and 2.99 each.... everything is small portions but it was perfect because i wanted to try bunch of different things.. better than being stuck with something i get sick of easily. Definitely will visit again very soon!!!
Posted by mindy on 06/14/2008
I was walking around the area and saw this place opened, so I decided to grab couple of my friends and eat here. The menu posted outside was what got my attention: 2.99 spicy sauce rice cake.. So i order the rice cake menu for 2.99, and it was a VERY small serving. I couldn't complain since I wanted to try different things from the menu. All plates were snall servings and affordable, my friends and i tried about 7 different things in the menu all together, and we ended up paying about 10 dollars each! The food wasn't very salty (WHICH I LOVE! i think asian restaurants tend to make their food too salty.. and tastes like pure msg). The waitors were super outgoing and friendly. I promised them i'll be there at least 3 times a week-which i probably will anyways lol. I felt like I didnt give them enough tip because of all of them were GREAT!
Posted by H on 06/14/2008
my friends and i pretty much stumbled upon this place while in search of a decent korean or japanese restaurant. even though this place is advertised as korean/chinese, i'd say it's about 90% korean with the exception of a few korean/chinese fusion dishes. being only 3 weeks old and considering the fact that it took them 5 days to clean the place up, i was pretty amazed by the whole package. the waitstaff was extremely friendly and they provided us with good service and on-the-house treats, which we happily accepted. the thing i liked most about this place was that it has a young vibe and the menu consisted of popular korean street food as well as other good meat/fish dishes that were easy to eat with a group of people. the food portions however, need a bit of work. overall, it was a good experience and i'd like to see more places like this in the LES and perhaps... williamsburg? cheers. p.s.- they're open 'till 5am on the weekends.