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35 W 35th St New York, NY 10001
35 West 35th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10001
$$Korean Barbecue RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
The Korean Prime Barbecue Restaurant Housed in Midtown Manhattan.
USDA PRIME Meats and Quality Korean Cuisine
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Customers grill kalbi & other meats at this Korean BBQ restaurant with stepped up food and decor.- Google
"I love eating cultural foods, and korean food is one of my favorites!"
"Price can be on the pricey side for Korean food."
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Lauren Cremean
a month ago
Delicious hot pot bibimbap, helpful & attentive staff, chill atmosphere suitable for families, K-pop on the radio! ~$80 for 3 people to be very full. No wait for our table for Sunday lunch.
Sam Cho
2 years ago
Tender beef and spicy/explosive sauces makes this place a perennial favorite among the locals. Price can be on the pricey side for Korean food. If you are a BBQ fan, you will love this place!
Luc Milano
a year ago
I love eating cultural foods, and korean food is one of my favorites! This place has a good variety, and good food. If you're looking to try out a korean restaurant, definitely try coming here!
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Eirik Zakariassen
a year ago
We ate the lunch bbq, great meal with a lot of sidedishes, great service and staff, ended up with $ 90 for two people
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Yael Maxwell
4 months ago
After visiting Seoul, South Korea last year, I've been itching to try an authentic meal in NYC's Koreatown. However, since I got pretty sick after my last excursion there 4 years ago, I've been a bit hesitant. However, the friendly folks at Madangsui invited me and a friend to check out their Korean BBQ last week, and oh man am I hooked. We arrived at 6pm on a Thursday evening, fairly early for NYC, but I my mom was flying in later that night and I needed to be home early. By 7 the restaurant was jam packed, and by 7:30 I'm not sure there were any open tables available. David, the welcoming manager, explained the menu to us and recommended a wide variety of their specialties. Whenever I see different country-specific beverages on the menu, I have to go for it, so we ordered the Saeng Makkoli (14% alcohol), which came in a giant bowl with a ladle ($17). I would highly recommend this as an accompaniment to any spicy dishes because it's milky texture (note: there is no milk in it, just unfiltered fermented wheat and rice) helps balance the heat. For an appetizer we ordered the pan-fried seafood pancake, Haemul Pajeon ($14.99), which I could have eaten and called it a day. The pancake had the perfect crispiness and the seafood wasn't 'fishy' like I often find it in lower-class restaurants. Two thumbs up on this one! For our main course, we ordered the marinated beef combo for 2 ($82.99) which included: short rib (galbi), jumuluk (boneless short rib) and bulgogi with vegetables and mushrooms. Thankfully the waiters were helpful and basically cooked our whole meal (I was extra thankful for this because I almost burned down a Korean BBQ joint in Seoul when I was there...NOT KIDDING). When the meat was cooked, we were instructed to wrap it in a lettuce cup along with pickled radish and spicy bean curd sauce taco-style. Yum! Along with our meat, we received 8 different small dishes called banchan, which are very characteristic of Korean dining. In addition to that, we received a large bowl of steamed egg (way tastier than I ever thought eggs could be) and a spicy soup meant to be shared around the table. We also sampled the hot pot bibimbap ($15.99) and OH MY KOREA this was amazing. I learned that I've been eating bibimbap wrong this whole time. I always would pick out the different vegetables and meats along with the rice. However, when our server mixed everything up, magic happened and all the flavors of everything combined to take me to my happy place. This is a must-order. So can you tell I loved my meal at Madangsui? Not only was the food amazing, but the service was impeccable. My friend who has been to a wider variety of restaurants in Koreatown than I have even said this might be her new favorite. I can't wait to go back! So you know, Korean BBQ is 10% off from 4-7pm every day and Madangsui has some great lunch specials including: kimchi with short rib in a spicy broth ($9.99), dumpling Soup ($10.99), kimchi casserole with pork, ham, sausage and vegetable in a hot spicy soup ($10.99), as well as a selection of bibimbap and bulgogi ($11.99-$17.99).
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Miranda Wei
a year ago
I love all korean food. But this place is just phenomenal, better than most of the korean restaurants on 32nd st. The BBQ was savory, delicious with high quality meats; the bulgogi bibimbap was amazing, I'm not really a veggie person but I love the taste of the veggies in bibimbap w/ hot pepper paste. If you come on weekends, you probably would have to wait around 30 minutes, they have a few chairs for customers, pretty considerate.
Reg Here
2 years ago
Great bulgogi and seafood pancake. The side dishes are great too. Service was prompt and orderly. The bibimbap was pretty good too. worth a try.
Kevin Wu
2 years ago
32 bucks is getting pricey for Kalbi but this is still my fav in NYC. Fattier and thicker cuts than the rest. Sometimes u might get a free small soup and egg souffle w ur order. Need at least 2 orders per table to have it cooked at table which is a must. I had the chadol baegi another time and it was also really good and probably a better deal i.e. more meat. If u want a slightly nicer looking venue Don Bogum is a good option also. Hite and OB beers r now $6 here? Prices r really creeping now.
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