Koreatown devotees looking for a Japanese fix can turn to this 32nd Street spot, backed by the folks from nearby Shanghai Mong. The menu includes standards like sushi, yakitori and hot pots, but global touches can be seen in fusion dishes, such as a pork cutlet stuffed with kimchi and mozzarella. During the day, service will be geared toward lunchers in a rush, but at night groups are welcome to linger over sake from the 40-strong collection.
|Venue name:||HaruHana (CLOSED)||Contact:|
28 W 32nd St
|Cross street:||between Fifth Ave and Broadway|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–11pm|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, F, V, N, Q, R, W to 34th St–Herald Sq|
|Price:||Average main course: $14. AmEx, JCB, MC, V|
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This is one of my favorite spots in K-town which has a beautiful interior and great ambience. Staffs are super friendly, they make me feel that they really care customers by asking how we like the food, and always look around to assist customers right away when they need any help. I think they train staffs very well :) My favorite menus are Lancing roll & Spider roll & Katsu cheese nabe! (but I basically love all their menus except curry ramen because it has green peas in it.. I can't eat green peas) Their Katsu are crispy, tender and juicy, and salad (I love their salmon w/tofu salad and tuna tataki!) is pretty huge with fresh vegetables and delicious dressing. I guess its dressing made of ginger? just goes perfect with any kinds of sashimi salad. Sweet pumpkin with spicy seafood is awesome, too. (It's huge enough for two) On rainy days, hot pot is always my choice! Katsu nabe has been my favorite one so far. It offers a great deal of lunch special during the daytime, and from the evening it turns into a trendy pub with cool vibes. Good for all during the daytime, and good for couples/friends/groups at night.