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korean bbq restaurant in nyc that cooks black angus?

i am looking for a korean bbq restaurant that cooks not only just meat, but black angus meat.
i’ve found one in flushing, and i bet there are a few more, but flushing is too far from nj. so, what about in nyc?
to make myself a little less picky, could anyone recommend a restaurant (preferably 5-star) that is extra-clean and has good service along with HIGH QUALITY MEAT 🙂

Woo Chon on West 36th and Fifth
http://newyork.citysearch.com/profile/11313443
"Come to Woo Chon for quintessential Korean cuisine in a cozy, charming, ambient setting that conjures up images of Seoul. Always the best choice on the menu, our authentic Korean barbeque (galbi or bulgogi) is comprised of the very best black angus beef marinated with a savory mixture of sesame oil, soy sauce, black pepper, garlic, ginger, and wine, and grilled to perfection right on your table."

36 BBQ, 5 West 36th Street at Fifth Avenue
http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/36-bbq/
"the main attraction is the barbecued black-Angus beef that you wrap in lettuce leaves slathered with sweet pepper paste."

37 thoughts on “korean bbq restaurant in nyc that cooks black angus?

  1. BHarvey says:

    you may want to call the restaurants directly and ask them. good luck.
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  2. gormenghast10014 says:

    Woo Chon on West 36th and Fifth
    http://newyork.citysearch.com/profile/11313443
    "Come to Woo Chon for quintessential Korean cuisine in a cozy, charming, ambient setting that conjures up images of Seoul. Always the best choice on the menu, our authentic Korean barbeque (galbi or bulgogi) is comprised of the very best black angus beef marinated with a savory mixture of sesame oil, soy sauce, black pepper, garlic, ginger, and wine, and grilled to perfection right on your table."

    36 BBQ, 5 West 36th Street at Fifth Avenue
    http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/36-bbq/
    "the main attraction is the barbecued black-Angus beef that you wrap in lettuce leaves slathered with sweet pepper paste."
    References :

  3. regular guy says:

    that sounds disgusting.
    References :

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  5. sf says:

    My husband is a better cook than me (or so he thinks).
    When he cooks, OMG,if you just happen to go in the kitchen, he will tell you to do something for him, so I just run away. But mashallah, he cooks anything if he puts his mind into it. He cooks whenever am pregnant (coz I can't stand the smells) and when I have a baby, this time it lasted for atleast some months,alhamdullilah. You would make a nice husband one day inshallah brother haleem. Btw, he messes up the kitchen big time, but I try not to say anything, I concentrate on the yummy food. 😀

  6. raituske says:

    Food trip lang pala dito. Will find a new spot to drink in a bit. Bowler Restaurant and Bar)

  7. uDripiRip says:

    hahahaha i love the way that guy screamed no. pure distress, i feel you pain

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    Yeah, i grew up around DC, spent time in Philly, NYC, Boston and what i think is quite possibly the scariest, Baltimore. I haven’t seen one part of Portland that would raise my heartbeat.

  10. SweStuff94 says:

    Some people really needs to differentiate between a popcorn and a baby, geez..

  11. OldDawg55 says:

    Stay the hell out of Alabama…they have no idea of what real BBQ is and their “campstew” will never approach Brunswick stew. I have made a lifetime search for great BBQ and once you leave Georgia you'd better be heading north thru SC and NC ending in VA. There used to be a great BBQ spot in Forsyth..just a trailer with a few table outside but great tasting BBQ. Keep up the good work…how about that place in Greensboro..can't remember the name but great BBQ and the Dairy Lane in Sandersville still has great tasting BBQ!

  12. kapiDUDE1 says:

    Damn finally now i could use cheats btw im selling expensive items in the sims for free

  13. melao9 says:

    That wasn’t the face of a guy that dropped a 5 lb frozen gummy bear on his foot was it? That is my guess.

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    Şimdi biraz objektif eleştiri yapmayı deneyeceğim direk AKP’li damgası vurup bana saldırmaya başlayacaksınız. Peki çözüm öneriniz nedir Ersin Bey? Mevcut iktidarın iyi yaptığı şeyler de var, kötü işleri de. Ancak hala millet bu partiye oy veriyorsa bunun sebeplerinden biri muhalefet olabilir mi? MUHALEFETİN HİÇ Mİ SUÇU YOK? Nasıl bir politika izliyorlar ve neyi çözüyorlar. Benim gördüğüm şu an siyasetçilerin hepsi birbiriyle it dalaşı yapıyor. Muhalefetin de iktidar olmak gibi bir siyaset yürüttüğünü düşünmüyorum. Sizin çözüm önerinizi merak ediyorum. "CHP’YE OY VERMEK" mi acaba? Birde objektifliğinizi merak ediyorum gerçekten. Mesela bu iktidar size göre hiçbir iyi iş yapmadı mı? Yaptıysa iyi yaptıklarını yazabilir misiniz?

  18. DeeHarp_Success says:

    RT

  19. tonkelu says:

    I just realized I've never shown you guys pics of the Tonklings rooms. I shall remedy that situation today.

    He does not cook (he can…sorta) and I do not like for him to cook because he uses ever damn dish and measuring device we own when he cooks. The rule at our house is whoever cooks dinner doesn't have to clean and I hate cleaning after he cooks. Takes forever.

  20. WemmiLinks says:

    I don’t think it’s legal. This is a perfect example of “Big Government”. Smoking is a terrible habit but it is legal. It is a choice no doubt but you cannot discriminate in the workplace against personal choices and habits that are completely legal and do not affect the health of others. This is a terrible idea.

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  23. Faithieee says:

    Hi Wilson, actually the Princess restaurant I often blogged about and visited is not the Turandot Princess restaurant, it is the Princessa (or Princess) restaurant. We went to both the Turandot Princess restaurant at the Auezov Theatre and the Princessa restaurant and the Princessa restaurant is much much better than the Turandot one. You should check it out.

    The Princessa restaurant has a huge peacock at the entrance of the restaurant. It is near the junction of kirova and seifulina streets if I am not wrong.

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  28. alfreem says:

    Many people use the bbq especially on warm evenings or weekends, it has become extreemly popular and I don't think I know anyone that does not have one. I am a great lover of the old bbq I recently bought a new Buschbeck bbq, and use it as often as I can Not every day but at least once a week), I really enjoy having a meal in the garden and I also like my meat welldone I am I in danger?.

  29. MrTacopaper says:

    time to grow up little boy:) Now I do not know how old you are, but that you are acting like a little kid is not something I think is cool, so enjoy those that you think are cool (Retarded peeps I add) and good luck in the future … or ignore the last one

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    Mmm. Victory Meal! hey, we found out that Genghis Khan Mongolian BBQ moved! Now in Rostrevor.

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  33. Ralph says:

    If you want a private, intimate, noise-free dining experience, then don't go to a family restaurant. A family restaurant caters to FAMILIES, children (even noisy ones) and adults. Isn't that what the booster seats and high chairs are for? The restaurant staff has seen children misbehave before, it was not the first time in history something of this nature had occurred.

    Don't like kids? Don't go to family restaurants. I hate smoking, so guess what, I will not go to a restaurant where smoking is allowed and I let the restaurants know. SOME choose to do something about it (non-smoking section or no smoking in restaurant) so then I go to their restaurant.

    Let your favorite restaurant know you hate kids, maybe one day you'll be surprised to find a “No kids allowed sign,” but I seriously doubt it.

    What a lively post this has been :o)

  34. Alexandra says:

    Let's ride our bicycles!
    Angus Replies
    Thankyou for commenting on my blog Angus about Angus –

    You are right, although it’s a lot more dangerous these days with the heavy traffic and huge lorries on the road. A pity we can’t take an example from Holland where we have seen multiple lanes built to separate pedestrian from cycle from motor.

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  35. Ceireto says:

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