Small, chic, and catering to a somewhat jaded clientele, this Korean tapas restaurant provides small, intense bites of delicious, if somewhat undistinguished, Asian food in a cool setting.
Koren tapas - yes ma'am. Pork belly & beef silders are tops, lunch time bento box is a great intro.
Many items hv spicy elements. Paella more like rice on a heated stone plate. Leaf of Whelk Salad had distinctive bitter taste. Pork Belly Sliders tad bit greasy. Overall innovative menu. Reserve !
The mayor gets a drink comp upon arrival. Hells yeah. The food here is amazing, particularly any of the pork dishes and the Kimchi Fried Rice. Be prepared to wait for table; no reservations!
Tofu with ginger scallions was amazing. As was everything else.
#99/ $$$ http://www.yelp.com/menu/danji-new-york
Way too expensive for what you're getting. Korean food shouldn't be this pricy, especially for the portion size
While the food was satisfactory, I was "meh" about the food. It is "Americanized Korean-fusion". I guess I expected more being that it is Michelin rated. Go to K-Town for your Korean food fix.
For a light(er) lunch option. Split the tofu to start and get the hwe dup-bop. It's still spicy but the salad and sashimi help balance things out.
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