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Joseph Bolton
2 months ago
I would love to give my, 7 star review of dear leader's unparalleled food preparation and benevolent service; Unfortunately, he has, righteously, decided that it is in my best interest to wait 6 months to receive my chick-un dinner.
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uberbryce
a year ago
Food had an indescribable richness of both flavor and presentation. I left full with the incredible portions, all cooked to magnificent perfection. All walls showed me many pictures of our Ultimate Glorious Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un. I felt as though he was watching me, filling me with a sense of glee, honor, and liberty. I could hear the chef's toiling at their hard work in the kitchen, enjoying every second of it. I could see the joy in the diverse faces of the waitstaff, who I knew were doing what they dreamed of as children. The staff was very nice, and welcoming. None of them begged for a way out of their glorious homeland, none pleaded for a small morsel of my meal, and absolutely none of them were sick, malnourished, and decrepit. As I finished my delicious food and left, one of the waitresses ran out with my change that I had intended to leave as a tip. Overall experience was 12/10, would eat there again.
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Corinthian Pagel
2 years ago
Glorious Leader allowed me my daily allotment of 4 rice grains here. I was able to capture a rat and cook it over a small fire. Glorious Leader imprisoned me for 6 months for eating his rat. So Im giving the service here a bad review.
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Rodrigo Gerardo
2 years ago
Easily the worst Starbucks I have ever been to
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Scott Swanson
2 years ago
The line was around the block, so I had high expectations for Morangwan. Call me a traditionalist, but this place is nothing like the original Tavern on the Green, but then again Pyongyang is a much different place than NY. Upside: prices are WAY cheaper. Downside: the only two things on the menu are dirty river water and a 3-eyed uncooked "fish", which I don't recommend. Service was OK - they seemed to try hard enough, but half of them couldn't see, and those who could didn't have the strength to push what I can only assume was a cheese cart (?). If you go, stick with the water, I brought my own iodine tablets, but then again I'm a bit of a germaphobe. I'm sure its fine.
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Steve g
a year ago
After losing my poodles at the park dear leader feeling sorry for his negligence invited me to lunch at this fine NK restauaunt. When the mysterious meat was delivered to our table i felt a strange attraction and compelling bond to the bounty set out before me. Moral of the story leave your Poodles home.
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Sid Pena
a year ago
Waited three hours for Salt and Pepper Chicken. Found out later, they really did have to go catch the chicken. Special Tip: Instead of a to go box, just take silent bids for your leftovers from restaurant staff during your meal.
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Arne Wiik
2 years ago
When is the food coming?, I am starving here and from the looks of it so are the staff. Lame "restaurant"