Korea Town, New York dining features a ”the more the merrier” menu with fast and efficient service. That fast paced rhythm is great for lunch diners in New York City. Last August, miss KOREA BBQ opened two additional floors. The three floors now include, Miss KOREA BBQ’s nostalgic and casual atmosphere on the first floor (JIN), 2nd floor of high-quality dining (SUN) and the 3rd floor has a modern interior. (MEE).
Sophia Lee of miss KOREA BBQ says “it’s hard to find a quiet place to eat with friends on 32nd Street. I would like to invite to you to our K-Town location to share a quiet meal in the elegant dining room and experience a taste of Korean cuisine, it’s a place to enjoy and have fun (with good company).” In terms of the interior, six architectural motifs of Korea are arranged in a private dining room in which course menus (Brunch, Lunch, Dinner) are served. The “Sun” floor recently added royal cuisine to it’s menu including Sinsello and Gujeolpan. Most of the Korean restaurants in K-Town have a wine list limited to red and white. Miss KOREA BBQ offers sake cocktails and a selection of wines such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir and more.
“SUN” the second is also a venue for birthday celebrations and offers a Doljanchi “Birthday” package with a traditional Korean table set and Doljabi ceremony. The venue can fit more than 30 people and accommodate over 70 people. Sophia Lee wants to offer ”seasonal, healthy ingredients for the customer’s aesthetic and offer balanced meals to establish health and happiness” at miss KOREA BBQ. She also wishes to share Korean culture here in New York City to all visitors and guests alike. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for the future for miss KOREA BBQ.
Article Link: NYCultureBeat featuring miss KOREA BBQ.
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