Arang

★★★☆☆
Experience the unique blends of flavors of Korean-Japanese fusion dishes at this popular late night restaurant.
  • 9 W 32nd St, 2nd Fl

    New York, NY 10001

    Map & Directions
  • 212-947-3028

About Arang

Hours
Sun-Wed 4pm-4am Thu 4pm-6am Fri-Sat 4pm-8am

Food

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Best part of this restaurant is their house specialty made-up by the owner - Kimchee Jaeyook Ddukboki with Cheese. It was this huge pot of deliciousness. Stewed and spiced pork (you can opt for seafood too), rice cakes (Dduk), kimchi,

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★★★★★

Best part of this restaurant is their house specialty made-up by the owner - Kimchee Jaeyook Ddukboki with Cheese. It was this huge pot of deliciousness. Stewed and spiced pork (you can opt for seafood too), rice cakes (Dduk), kimchi,

Pros: Kimchee Jaeyook Ddukboki with Cheese

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I LUV LUV their spicy rice cake and korean pancakes
good service, exotic atmosphere, and quiet enough actually to talk to someone. I am so going back

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★★★★☆

I LUV LUV their spicy rice cake and korean pancakes
good service, exotic atmosphere, and quiet enough actually to talk to someone. I am so going back

Pros: I like their atmosphere and rice cake

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I'm not sure how it took me so long to get there, but i finally had a chance to check out the cheese dukbokki there last night with some pals.

they're soooo to die for. seriously good chow.

honestly, i am totally on a mission to find out their recipe and replicate it - since i think i could eat it every day, every meal tho' i'll probably keel over before it's all through.

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★★★★☆

I'm not sure how it took me so long to get there, but i finally had a chance to check out the cheese dukbokki there last night with some pals.

they're soooo to die for. seriously good chow.

honestly, i am totally on a mission to find out their recipe and replicate it - since i think i could eat it every day, every meal tho' i'll probably keel over before it's all through.

Pros: unbelievable dukbokki (especially their special "cheese")

Cons: Not sure what the rest of the menu is like

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C'mon people, this isn't the Four Seasons. The food is decent and at that price, well worth the visit. If you care expecting a great meal and great service, don't go there. If you want to fill your stomach to max capacity and don't care if your water glass is always empty, this is the place.

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★★★☆☆

C'mon people, this isn't the Four Seasons. The food is decent and at that price, well worth the visit. If you care expecting a great meal and great service, don't go there. If you want to fill your stomach to max capacity and don't care if your water glass is always empty, this is the place.

Pros: Cheap, lots of options

Cons: Bad service

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When we walked up to the restaurant, there was a sign that read, "Best and freshest sushi in town!" Well, to educate the chefs of Arang, directly translated, sushi means vinegar (su) and rice (shi). There was no vinegar in the sushi. It tasted awful. The fish looked like it was sitting out all day. Also, like the previous reviewer, I was tricked into leaving the tip twice. I went straight to the register to pay, and she quotes me the total price, not informing me the gratuity was included. She never showed me the itemized bill. Sneaky, sneaky....

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★☆☆☆☆

When we walked up to the restaurant, there was a sign that read, "Best and freshest sushi in town!" Well, to educate the chefs of Arang, directly translated, sushi means vinegar (su) and rice (shi). There was no vinegar in the sushi. It tasted awful. The fish looked like it was sitting out all day. Also, like the previous reviewer, I was tricked into leaving the tip twice. I went straight to the register to pay, and she quotes me the total price, not informing me the gratuity was included. She never showed me the itemized bill. Sneaky, sneaky....

Pros: Cheap ($10)

Cons: Bad food, sneaky employees

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Arang is not as fantastic as it seems since the buffet is no longer being offered and the service has taken a turn for the worst. The food is still cheap thankfully, but the food is subpar.

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★★★☆☆

Arang is not as fantastic as it seems since the buffet is no longer being offered and the service has taken a turn for the worst. The food is still cheap thankfully, but the food is subpar.

Pros: Prices, Hours

Cons: Service, Food

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$10 for a lunch buffet? Not bad you think. But the quality is awful. You're better going across the street for the korean salad bar. It's like bad takeout Chinese. You'll get your money's worth if you can eat for 2 or more rounds but I don't recommend it. And the worse part of it? My friends and I were trying to figure out the bill (in front of the cashier lady) and although the service and food wasn't all that great we worked out a 15% tip anyways. Later we found out they already added gratuity on top of the bill. And she didn't say ANYTHING!

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★★☆☆☆

$10 for a lunch buffet? Not bad you think. But the quality is awful. You're better going across the street for the korean salad bar. It's like bad takeout Chinese. You'll get your money's worth if you can eat for 2 or more rounds but I don't recommend it. And the worse part of it? My friends and I were trying to figure out the bill (in front of the cashier lady) and although the service and food wasn't all that great we worked out a 15% tip anyways. Later we found out they already added gratuity on top of the bill. And she didn't say ANYTHING!

Pros: Cheap if you eat ALOT

Cons: sneaky staff

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