Saturday, September 22, 2007

Adventures in Korean Food: DoSirak

13 E. 13th Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 366-9299

JEANIE AND JEFF were in the mood for Korean food, and I could hardly complain. This modest kitchen just below Union Square turned out a tasty dolsut bibimbap with grilled eel and addictive kimchi pajeon, spicy pickled cabbage in a rice flour pancake. But getting back to the bibimbap, the mashup of spouts, zucchini, carrots, egg and hot sauce is easily enough reproduced, but I really need to get me a proper stone pot to cook me up some crispy rice at home. So tasty.

MIKE EATS NEXT TIME: Union Square can be suspiciously void of good food at times--DoSirak is absolutely worth a visit.

1 comment:

JeanieCha! said...

I actually think that Union Square has a bunch of great places to eat. Well, University Place does. Japonica = good (but expensive) sushi (jeff says it's worth every penny), Lanaan = good vietnamese food (yummm pho), Doshirak, Cafe Spice (yummy indian), Spice (okay, and a bit overrated but good enough thai), and who could forget Whole foods! :)