114 Greenwich St., New York, NY | Directions 1000640.709202 -74.013274
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Financial District, Financial District (Wall Street)
Editorial Review by Josh Ozersky – A solid Korean BBQ restaurant, formerly located on John Street.
CLOSED... for now? – Decided to take a walk in the cold and get some Korean food. I'd eaten here before, and it was good. However, when I found the address, the windows were whited out and a "closed due to health violations" sign was affixed to the door.
However, I just checked their web site, and they claim they are retooling and opening on Greenwich St. Stay tuned!
Affordable and very nice service – I was impressed by the hospitality I received here. The Bibimbop Dolsot was not that great to be honest... it lacked flavor.
Good delivery – I order from here ALL the time...I think the food is very good, and love it that they give you all these sides. They are usually very prompt with the order also! Some say it's expensive, but look at the prices at K-town it's not cheap.
Great Korean in the downtown area – This place is hidden among al the little shops and eateries in the area. I'm always in the area and never noticed this place. I happened to stumble upon it today and returned for lunch.
We were seated promptly and the food came quickly. Everything was delicious. The wait staff was courteous and reponsive. Nice lunch specials including vegetarian dishes.
Definitely will be back.
Service is good but the food is so so and overpriced.
If you'er desperate for Korean food nearby then go but if you can wait, go for dinner to ktown.
Just average Korean food but decent lunch spot – Compared to places in Koreatown, this place would be below average. But since it's probably one of the few Korean places in the financial district, it's ok. Super-packed at lunch during the week for the lunch specials, which is a decent $10 weekday lunch. Bulgogi looks bland and steamed though. Dol sots are just average and pan chan seem uninspired.
Fast, pleasing and inexpensive Korean fare in the Financial District. – This clean, contemporary-looking Korean eatery (family-run: its name means "three sisters") is frequently busy, but the servers are always friendly. The specialty of the house is bibimbop, featuring vegetables and a choice of meat offerings, topped with a fried egg. It can be ordered in a sizzling stoneware pot to ensure extra crispness. Other Korean favorites are on the menu too.
Excellent Lunch Deals – Authentic tasty and affordable lunches - rivals that of K-town. Only gripe is that this place has only 1 outlet in Manhattan.
great little home-style Korean place – Good priced Korean place, with home-made style kim-chee! The place stays open for dinner in an area where it's mostly-lunch only so it's a good spot for a quick, after-work inexpensive meal. Good bibimbop and dumplings!
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