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Posted by authentic Korean taster on 06/03/2009
Food could be better. It's not the best Korean food as far as taste and service, but it's not bad. It's the only one near Columbia. Kinda expensive, but lunch deals are pretty good. If you have a craving and can't find anywhere else, you should go.
Posted by foodie fan on 05/31/2009
This is a cozy mom and pop restaurant with good Korean food. Consistent food and service over many years. I like how it is an alternative to all the "pan-asian" restaurants in this area. Outdoor seating option when weather is nice.
Posted by nativeNY'er on 05/08/2009
Been going here for over 10 yrs. I know it's not authentic Korean but it totally suffices since I'm always on campus and there is nothing like this place for miles. My biggest gripes about this place have been the quality of the meat (sometimes pieces like shoe leather and others are too fatty), the tight seating, and the way they frantically stack up the chairs 1/2 hr before closing. But, as crazy as it may sound, I still LOVE this place and go very regularly. The last two times I was there I got the rice cakes that were served with 1/8 of the sauce that they have typically been served with over the past 10+ yrs. It was really dry. This time, I was so stunned that I couldn't help but politely point it out. They graciously took the plate back and, when they brought it back to me, it looked like they had poured no more than an additional teaspoon on the cakes. There was no sauce on the plate and barely any on the cakes whereas, in the past, the cakes were drowning in the sauce and the sauce from the plate could be scooped up with a spoon I have nothing at all against this place but for $7.95 for a plate of rice cakes they really shouldn't cut back so tremendously on the sauce. They know me as a regular, I always leave more than a 20% tip and I never have given them a hard time.
Posted by Len37 on 02/13/2009
very decent food very good service nice atmosphere excellent prices what more do you need to know?
Posted by UWS Foodie on 12/04/2008
My hubby and I discovered this spicy little joint, just upon arriving home from a long, exhausting (in a good way) Thanksgiving vacation. I got off the plane, feeling a little like a cold was coming on, so I was in the mood for something healthy and hot. We stepped inside this steamy-warm, cozy, great-smelling restaurant, and it was love at first sight for me. They brought me a big bowl of vegetable dumplings in thin beef broth, with sliced green onions. It was much more flavorful than it sounds, and made me feel like a million bucks! He had a kimchi soup with tuna in it. It was spicy and amazing! I know, because we switched bowls for awhile! We asked to share a lime rickey, and the waiter brought it to us with two straws - so romantic! The waitstaff was attentive, the food was fantastic, and the atmosphere/decorating was perfection! I can't wait to go back!
Posted by Whats the problem on 07/29/2008
I love Korean food and have had some great food in NYC but skip the Mill. To say it simply, the meat quality they put in there food is piss poor. Skip any dish with Pork, Chicken, or Beef. If your a veggie this place is great. People are nice, decor is awesome but the meat is nasty.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2008
This isn't the best Korean food you'll have. For that, you need to go to Flushing or Fort Lee. But for those who live is this neighborhood (Morningside Heights), Mill is a fantastic alternative to the lackluster takeout options. I would bypass the meat for the more hearty dishes, like the stews and soups. The noodle dishes are also very good. I don't have to go to 32nd street anymore to feed my jajang myun cravings!