Hanbat Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 53 W 35TH St Ste 4

    New York, NY 10001

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  • 212-629-5588

About Hanbat Restaurant

Hours
Monday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM Tuesday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM Wednesday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM Thursday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM Friday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM Saturday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM Sunday 11:45 AM - 9:00 PM

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One of my all-time favorite restaurants and in my opinion, the best option for Korean dining in the city. I come here all the time and can't get enough of the food. Love the dolsot bibimbap, marinated beef and spicy tofu soup. If you

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★★★★★

One of my all-time favorite restaurants and in my opinion, the best option for Korean dining in the city. I come here all the time and can't get enough of the food. Love the dolsot bibimbap, marinated beef and spicy tofu soup. If you

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I go to Hanbat a few times a year with a friend of mine who is Korean, and then whenever I go shopping in midtown by myself I can't resist stopping there. The food is FANtastic. Try the short ribs - forget what they're called in Korean. Yum!!

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★★★★☆

I go to Hanbat a few times a year with a friend of mine who is Korean, and then whenever I go shopping in midtown by myself I can't resist stopping there. The food is FANtastic. Try the short ribs - forget what they're called in Korean. Yum!!

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Food is really nice, portion is big, very friendly service, price is reasonable. What else do you need more? I brought my boyfriend, girlfriends, my coworkers, relatives who visited me from Kansas, everyone. I've been a great fan of Hanbat for last 8 years in new york, I thought I have to write something about it here.

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★★★★★

Food is really nice, portion is big, very friendly service, price is reasonable. What else do you need more? I brought my boyfriend, girlfriends, my coworkers, relatives who visited me from Kansas, everyone. I've been a great fan of Hanbat for last 8 years in new york, I thought I have to write something about it here.

Pros: good food, good price

Cons: lunch hour is very busy

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I eat here once or twice a week. The portions are large and the prices are very affordable. I haven't had anything I didn't like there.. The gook man doo guk is my favorite, especially on a cold winter day.

The service can be slow during lunch which is why I only gave Hanbat a 9 out of 10.

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★★★★★

I eat here once or twice a week. The portions are large and the prices are very affordable. I haven't had anything I didn't like there.. The gook man doo guk is my favorite, especially on a cold winter day.

The service can be slow during lunch which is why I only gave Hanbat a 9 out of 10.

Pros: REALLY good food

Cons: Slow service when busy

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My girlfriend is Korean, and her family loves Hanbat. We tend to go once a week for the hot stone pot, seafood pancake, and kalbi tang. I would highly recommend this restaurant -- it has great food, among the best in Korea Town, and it is the best value.

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★★★★★

My girlfriend is Korean, and her family loves Hanbat. We tend to go once a week for the hot stone pot, seafood pancake, and kalbi tang. I would highly recommend this restaurant -- it has great food, among the best in Korea Town, and it is the best value.

Pros: Great Food, Cheap

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Usually I don't dine out to Korean since they're often on the spendy side. But if you're in the mood for Korean cuisine that's not too bad on the wallet - Hanbat is it. Management must have spruce up the place abit since it looks cozier. For those on the budget and want Korean. Head over to Woorijip food court on 12 W. 32 street (writing this down as we speak based on a takeout menu). They have prepared food and a noodle/ casserole soup menu. There isn't much ambiance but at least you don't have to pay for tip.

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★★★★☆

Usually I don't dine out to Korean since they're often on the spendy side. But if you're in the mood for Korean cuisine that's not too bad on the wallet - Hanbat is it. Management must have spruce up the place abit since it looks cozier. For those on the budget and want Korean. Head over to Woorijip food court on 12 W. 32 street (writing this down as we speak based on a takeout menu). They have prepared food and a noodle/ casserole soup menu. There isn't much ambiance but at least you don't have to pay for tip.

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I spent over a year in South Korea and enjoyed (most) Korean food immensely. Hanbat has a great selection of typical Korean dishes that are all served with side dishes and come from the kitchen piping hot. It is a great place to go when you are hungry and looking for a casual, inexpensive meal. The gopdol bibimbap and the soondooboo chigae are delicious and the pajun is scrumptious! Try the sulrang tang if you are looking to cure a hangover. Traditional Korean BBQ is not a specialty here so go elsewhere if that is what you're craving.

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★★★★☆

I spent over a year in South Korea and enjoyed (most) Korean food immensely. Hanbat has a great selection of typical Korean dishes that are all served with side dishes and come from the kitchen piping hot. It is a great place to go when you are hungry and looking for a casual, inexpensive meal. The gopdol bibimbap and the soondooboo chigae are delicious and the pajun is scrumptious! Try the sulrang tang if you are looking to cure a hangover. Traditional Korean BBQ is not a specialty here so go elsewhere if that is what you're craving.

 

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