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Danji

Danji

Restaurant coréen$$$$
Hell's Kitchen, New York
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  • convient aux couples
  • branché
  • authentique
  • intime
  • convient pour les grandes occasions
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  • Eater
    EaterSeptembre 7, 2017
    A few highlights: The bulgogi beef sliders, the spicy glutinous rice cakes with pork sausages, and the bo ssam, braised pork with dehydrated kimchi and daikon wraps. Most dishes cost under $20. En savoir plus
    A voté pour il y a Jun 20
  • Geoffroy B.heart icon on user image
    Geoffroy BablonSeptembre 14, 2014
    Whoa! Everything about this place makes me want to come back. Great service, cool room, amazing tapas-style dishes. Try the pork sliders, the tartare, the paella, and especially the calamari.
  • Michelle C.heart icon on user image
    Michelle ChenFévrier 4, 2017
    Tried their 3 courses menu during NYC restaurant week. The KFC chicken wings was ok, but their bibimbap was well presented and delicious! And their sesame ice cream is to die for.. sooooo gooood!!! 😋
  • Vicky S.heart icon on user image
    Vicky SunMars 13, 2014
    Crowded and popular with very little waiting room. Get the mushroom "jook" porridge with truffle oil and the spicy pork belly sliders. Sliders are REALLY spicy but delicious. Cocktails are good too
  • Ashley C.heart icon on user image
    Ashley ChanAoût 23, 2016
    Non-traditional, delicious Korean food in a cozy setting. The bulgogi beef sliders were very flavorful and the kimchi paella was perfect with the scrambled egg on top.
  • Daniel G.heart icon on user image
    Daniel GarciaNovembre 21, 2015
    I usually judge a place in order of service, atmosphere, food, music taste, bathroom. In that order, Danji has won everything. Right down to the Korean Pear Cocktail.
  • Tim D.heart icon on user image
    Tim DengAoût 30, 2018
    The bossam is so, so good. It’s pork belly with a daikon wrap and pickled vegetables. Incredible. Kimchi fried rice is also the best you’ll ever have
  • Preeti S.heart icon on user image
    Preeti SNovembre 9, 2013
    A great combination of modern and traditional Korean fare that was flavorful and interesting. Izakaya-tapas style so great to go with others and share a variety of dishes. Just wish it was downtown!
  • Catherine P.heart icon on user image
    Catherine PayantMars 12, 2018
    Amazing Korean dishes!! Yellowfin tuna was definitely a highlight! The seafood pancake is very onion-y but nice. My favourite dish was the sliders!
  • Michael C.
    Michael CooperDécembre 18, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    You honestly cannot go wrong with any item on the menu. Sliders, wings, tofu, kimchi, short rib, hamachi Just eat and enjoy! Try their specialty cocktails, all good and unique. Sit at bar and have fun
  • Christopher K.
    Christopher KohJuin 7, 2013
    I was here from the start - my friends & I are blurred out in the Grubstreet pic. I've had everything;all tasty. Hard to pic faves but the sliders, wings Bokkum bap (paella) & dduk boki are all great
  • Joseph Y.
    Joseph YeargainJuillet 1, 2014
    Tofu salad with tofu crispy on outside and melt-in-your-mouth inside. Trio of kimchi with all standouts. The bulgogi beef sliders were perfect. And a Gruner and Zweigelt by the glass! Wow!
  • Margarita K.heart icon on user image
    Margarita KrupFévrier 10, 2017
    Love this restaurant! Get the Tofu w/ ginger scallion dressing, Bulgogi beef sliders, spicy k.f.c wings and kimchi. All are delicious. You can order a bunch of small plates and share.
  • Lauren R.heart icon on user image
    Lauren RomaoMars 16, 2018
    Honestly, I've searched far and wide and have finally found the BEST Shrimp & Scallion pancake in NYC or maybe EVER!! Sake sangria is a nice compliment too. Very quaint & cozy vibes.
  • Stephen P.heart icon on user image
    Stephen PerleMars 25, 2017
    Spicy yellowtail sashimi w crispy potato flakesSpicy cod roe dipSpicy "KFC" Korean fire chicken wings Spicy soft tofu stew w/seafood "busan bouillabaisse"
  • Daniel L.
    Daniel L.Janvier 1, 2013
    Tapas inspired Korean food. Make sure to include the: bulgogi sliders, kimchi paella, and short rib in your order. Bonus points for managing to create a romantic ambiance in HK.
  • Kevin S.heart icon on user image
    Kevin ShinJuillet 1, 2014
    This is some serious Korean food at a great price. The confit pork sliders will blow your mind. The tofu, calamari, whelk salad with buckwheat are all highly recommended.
  • @JaumePrimeroheart icon on user image
    @JaumePrimeroMai 5, 2013
    The mayor gets a drink comp upon arrival. Hells yeah. The food here is amazing, particularly any of the pork dishes and the Kimchi Fried Rice. Be prepared to wait for table; no reservations!
  • Alex B.heart icon on user image
    Alex BondarenkoAoût 3, 2012
    Everything was amazing. Bulgogi sliders, KFC wings, whelk salad with buckwheat noodles, & paella with egg - all recommended. Along with the spicy ginger margarita which was spicy & strong!
  • Jean M.
    Jean MarieNovembre 15, 2014
    This Korean place lost their Michelin star but has the best fried tofu and chicken wings I've ever had in my life. It's small but cozy and a good lunch spot.
  • Victor C.heart icon on user image
    Victor ChenNovembre 24, 2015
    It's a small place with a small menu. If you don't order the bulgogi sliders then you're doing it wrong.
  • Emilie F.heart icon on user image
    Emilie FuttermanFévrier 6, 2016
    Delicious! Get the kimchi trios as a side, and be sure to order the sashimi. The sweet potato noodles are incredible, but you need a knife!
  • Emily Z.heart icon on user image
    Emily ZodaJanvier 6
    the small dishes concept is perfect for dinner before a show or a quiet night out. kimchi rice, korean rice cakes, and bulgogi sliders were the crowd pleasers!
  • Edlin C.
    Edlin ChoiAoût 3, 2012
    Really cool take on Korean food. Bulgogi sliders, kimchi bacon fried rice paella? Couldn't ask for better. Tapas style so get a bunch and share! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) En savoir plus
  • SPE Certifiedheart icon on user image
    SPE CertifiedOctobre 23, 2012
    Try the Soy Poached Sablefish with Spicy Daikon and Yu Choy! Sustainably sourced, high in omega-3s and tastes absolutely amazing. En savoir plus
  • julia t.heart icon on user image
    julia tJanvier 15, 2016
    Delicious. Great for pre-theater but I would travel for this regardless. The best scallion pancake of my life - big, fat shrimp. Fried chicken a winner.
  • AskMen
    AskMenDécembre 23, 2010
    The menu is divvied into traditional & modern plates. Traditional dips into 'danji' braised short ribs with fingerlings & pearl onions; modern might look like spicy yellowtail sashimi. Both are great. En savoir plus
  • Thrillist
    ThrillistDécembre 16, 2010
    Meet your new spot for NYC "Seoul Food" - this new-meets-old-school Korean small plate eatery. Bring a friend and get down on the Kimchi Bacon Fried "Paella" topped with a farmhouse egg for $16. En savoir plus
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenJuin 1, 2013
    Try the Tofu With Ginger Scallion Dressing - so first up on our 2nd excursion...fried tofu with panko and scallions...light, texturally perfect and delicious
  • Steven Y.
    Steven YDécembre 10, 2013
    Much nicer ambiance and decor and higher quality ingredients than your typical Korean restaurant makes this a great place to introduce non-Korean friends to Korean food
  • Sushil R.
    Sushil RajaOctobre 11, 2012
    It's rather cramped, but the food more than makes up for it. This place really deserves its Michelin star. Best dishes were the calamari and the sliders.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMars 13, 2013
    Hooni Kim's excellent Korean small plates spot, with some dishes close to Korean classics, others with a more modern inflection.
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenJuin 1, 2013
    Try the Scallion & Korean Pepper Pancake - just ur run of the mill kim chi pancake, but what i really dug was there pickled soy sauce...i damn near drank that sauce
  • SPE Certifiedheart icon on user image
    SPE CertifiedDécembre 5, 2012
    We recommend the delicious, nutritious Tofu with Scallions! A truly tasty and healthy dish that meets SPE-certification criteria. En savoir plus
  • Joan P.
    Joan ParkJuillet 2, 2015
    great service and intimate atmosphere. order the tofu, wings and soju sangria. skip the kimchi fried rice.
  • Bauzen
    BauzenAvril 20, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    If you want to experience this place properly, don't look at the menu, just let the chef chose for you. Everything is great, but the tofu, sliders, sablefish, & short ribs stand out. Love this place.
  • Marissa B.heart icon on user image
    Marissa B.Janvier 6
    Incredibly delicious and wonderful flavors! We ordered the tasting menu for 3. Out of this world!!
  • B C.
    B ChuMai 13, 2013
    Many items hv spicy elements. Paella more like rice on a heated stone plate. Leaf of Whelk Salad had distinctive bitter taste. Pork Belly Sliders tad bit greasy. Overall innovative menu. Reserve !
  • Kateheart icon on user image
    KateOctobre 24, 2012
    Tofu was amazing - gooey skin delicious. Bossam is braised pork in a cabbage wrap, also heavenly. Bulgogi sliders delectable. I would skip the chicken wangs.
  • Dina
    DinaAvril 24, 2014
    Great, modern Korean tapas using amazing ingredients. A fantastic option if going to Carnegie/Metropolitan Opera. Small pace, fills up fast.
  • Chelsea B.heart icon on user image
    Chelsea BalkanJuin 22, 2014
    #dubiDO #FabuLIST bulgogi sliders and spicy pork belly sliders. Two per order. Menus hidden in drawers at the table. #dubiDONT wagu short ribs are overrated and expensive for what you get.
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Start with golbaengi moochim (whelks), then thick fillets of pearly white sablefish or a tray of bo ssäm (pork belly). – Green Guide Editor
  • Emily H.
    Emily HaOctobre 11, 2011
    Recommend their tofu w. ginger scallion dressing, honey garlic wings and bulgogi beef sliders, and kimchi bacon chorizopaella’.
  • Maryam A.
    Maryam AlyMai 10, 2014
    Everything we ordered was delicious. The spicy wings, sablefish, kimchee bacon fried rice, and both the pork belly and bulgogi sliders.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceDécembre 12, 2013
    Take our advice: eat the kimchi bacon spam fried rice. They say it's for 2, but we won't judge you if you devour it all yourself!
  • Pranjal G.heart icon on user image
    Pranjal GuptaSeptembre 2, 2016
    Food here is in a different league altogether. Everything I had was top notch and scrumptious. Good service. Expensive for me - Costs above $50 per person.
  • Inga B.heart icon on user image
    Inga BarchanAoût 16, 2014
    Try everything! If you have to choose, go for the pancake, but try not to miss out on the fish, tofu, you name it...
  • SPE Certifiedheart icon on user image
    SPE CertifiedAoût 10, 2012
    Recommended dish: The Whelk Salad with Buckwheat Noodles is not only delicious, but is also officially SPE-certified. En savoir plus
  • Alyssa B.
    Alyssa BereznakOctobre 25, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Jesus I love this place. Best fried tofu I've ever had. The wings and the bibimbap are great too. The menus are in a drawer in front of you.
  • Chris P.heart icon on user image
    Chris PhillipsJanvier 1, 2017
    Excellent pre-theater spot. Sit at the bar and check a free refil on your wine. Beef bulogi tacos win.
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