I don't consider myself a huge fan of Korean food (too spicy), but was blown away by the quality and inventiveness of the cuisine here. The food is tapas-style, small plates, and each dish was better than the previous. Some of the items I particularly recommend were the whelk salad, short ribs, kimchi trio, sliders, crispy calamari.
The ambience is nice too, elegant yet low-key, and not too loud. Service was a mixed bag. Finally, while not cheap, certainly not terribly expensive by New York standards either. The entire bill for our party of four was about $150.
Highly recommend- but go early if possible as there's often a long wait.
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