Tender kalbi (barbecued short ribs) are indeed the stars here; their signature smoky flavor comes from being cooked over soot bul (wood chips). The city’s oldest Korean restaurant also makes crisp, seafood-laden haemool pajun (pancakes); sweet, juicy yuk hwe (raw beef salad); and garlicky bulgogi. Kom tang, or “bear soup,” is a milky beef broth that’s deep and soothing.
|Venue name:||New York Kom Tang Kalbi House (CLOSED)||Contact:|
32 W 32nd St
|Cross street:||between Fifth Ave and Broadway|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 24hrs|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, F, V, N, Q, R, W to 34th St–Herald Sq|
|Price:||Average main course: $15. AmEx, MC, V|
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