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Kimchee stew

Peter Cuce | Feb 9, 2005 09:51 PM

I've posted about this before, but I wanted to put in another plug for the delicious kimchee stew at SuRa: The King's Table, a new Korean restaurant in the east village. Business is a little slow over there, but I think they deserve to do better. If you go at lunch, they have a more traditional menu, and at dinner, there are a lot of expensive fusion dishes that I haven't tried, but they also have the traditional stuff. Don't let this throw you. The traditional clay pot dishes, especially the kimchee stew, are great, and come with korean pancakes, kimchee, and jap chae. Consider asking for wild rice instead of white rice. It's too much food and a bargain at $13. Lunchtime is cheaper, and you can get combinations of stews and other items for a great price.
The kimchee stew is perfect for a head cold or one of the damp winter nights we've been having.
Decor is great, service is wonderful, and they make their own infused soju.

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