This was my second visit to this little Korean BBQ, the quality of the staff could improve, but the food... It is as traditional as it gets. This one is worth a visit if you like Korean food.
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The Korean restaurant I wanted to go at 6:15 p.m. near the eastern edge of 32nd Street, off of 5th Avenue, had no availability for any more walk ins. So I just walked around and found this restaurant and decided to give it a try...More
We had a delicious dinner here. Had to specify that we did not eat meat. The wait staff was VERY gracious in helping us choose a fish stew and vegetable noodle dish that did not have meat. Food was delicious and reasonably priced. Excellent service.
Our first visit to Muk Eun Ji will also be out last. The service was awful. We got seated promptly at a table in the back which felt more like a closet. We then waited for a waiter to take our drink order for over...More
I got impression that owner or chef has changed when I visit there 4-5 months ago. Menu has changed and tasted different.
Thought this place was very good, I am not an expert on Korean food but have been to a handful of places throughout NYC and this place has been the best. It's located in Korea Town in NYC which is part of the fun. It...More
We went for BBQ but also wanted to try the restaurant's namesake, the aged kimchi. Also, the restaurant was recommended on the Kimchi Chronicles blog, and I love that show. There was no other real reason for choosing this place over the other Korean restaurants...More
We wanted to try Korean, we never had it before. We ordered some starters not knowing what would come. Kim Chi is an acquired taste and we did not like it at all. We had ordered mains and they came covered in kim chi. So,...More
We had a pretty good Korean meal at this place... I had a Barbecue chicken (but I didn't get to cook it b/c it was only for one person) and my wife had something I forgot but it was pretty good also... Maybe what I...More