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Restaurants, Korean Flatiron
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
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Time Out says

Chef Junghyun Park’s array of modern Korean small plates are meant for sharing but it’s difficult to do when we want to fight over the last piece of fried chicken or the custardy egg with sea urchin. The minimalist dining room and friendly service set the perfect stage to experience Park's Korean-inspired dishes, each seemingly more creative than the previous dish. 

By: Bao Ong



Address: 43 E 28th St
New York
Cross street: between Madison and S Park Aves
Transport: Subway: 4, 6 to 28th St
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Having spent a lot of time in Korea and in particular Seoul.... Otaboy pulls out the basics that are foreign to many that don’t understand Korean culture and aesthetic. I felt it on entry. Korea is edgy young modern and hip but interlaced with tradition that they respect. This respect is shown on the plate. Sideways place servings and linen aprons that look like they are on backwards... combined with square spoons ( everything tastes better on one as it fits your natural palate better) speak to the charm of Korea and what most don’t know. Eat the pictures. More on @siptips

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