a Kat & Cat adventure in K-town. 53 35th st.
A few questions:
1. How did Korean food get so expensive in a mere 3 years of my residing here?
2. Why did the famed New York 24 Hour close?
3. Why can't you write on the walls of every Korean restaurant?
Nevertheless, the food was tasty. My bibimbap was pretty great, and considering the starters and finishing orange segment, a 15 dollar bill isn't so bad, although certainly not a steal. I was mighty stuffed afterwards. For those of you who aren't familiar with the wonders of bibimbap, it's basically a bowl of yummily seasoned vegetables, beef, and cookeed egg that you dump a bowl of hot sticky rice into, squeeze on chili sauce, mix up, and eat. If you wanted to pay two dollars extra you could get the more special 'bap served in a scorching hot pot with a raw egg on top. You get the idea.
Kat got the Japchae (clear noodles) and Cat the Mandoo (dumplings)!