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Danji

Restaurants, Korean Hell's Kitchen
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
danji07
1/4
Caroline Voagen NelsonBulgogi beef sliders with roasted bone marrow
danji26
2/4
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danji19
3/4
Caroline Voagen NelsonBraised short ribs with fingerling potatoes
4/4
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Time Out says

With butcher-block tables, inventive Korean-inspired small plates and a Michelin star to boot, this diminutive eatery is of the rare breed that would likely be just as packed downtown as it is in the heart of midtown. Chef Hooni Kim (Daniel, Masa) brings his haute French training to bear on the food of his homeland, splitting the menu between traditional dishes and modernist riffs. His flavors are bright and fresh, with a great balance of sweet, spicy and funky elements. The classics seem, for the most part, like upgrades on their source material—scallion pancakes are exceptionally fat and crispy, while chili-slicked buckwheat noodles are paired with a beer-friendly salad of spicy vegetables and chewy, briny whelks. The updated stuff is equally appealing. Sliders may be passé, but you won’t want to miss Kim’s addictive bulgogi beef variety, served on pillowy grilled buns with spicy pickles and scallion salsa.

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Address: 346 W 52nd St
New York
10019
Cross street: between Eighth and Ninth Aves
Transport: Subway: C, E to 50th St (Eighth Ave)
Price: Average small plate: $17
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon–Thu noon–2:30pm, 5pm–midnight; Fri noon–2:30pm, 5pm–1am; Sat 11am-3pm, 6pm–2am; Sun 11am-3pm, 4pm-11pm
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4 out of 5 stars