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Joseph Bolton
4 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
2 years 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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Sid Pena
2 years 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"
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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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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
조준호
2 months ago
ha