Hanjan

Row 1

Details
36 W 26th St (btwn Broadway & 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10010
(212) 206-7226
Korean, Cocktail, Gastropub
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: Noon–2:15 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–Midnight

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Foursquare Tips

  • Best place to get your Korean girlfriend wasted and seem classy.
  • This Korean joomak delivers exactly what NYC's nocturnal gastronauts crave most: a new & exciting way to drink & eat at the same time. Order a fiery communal bowl of the late-night-only Korean ramen.
  • The small plates can add up fast to a pricey meal, but it's some of the best Korean in town.
  • Radish kimchi & brisket fried rice w/ egg, fluke sashimi, pork fat ddukbokki, chicken wings and the spicy ramyun. DELISH
  • Get the Asian firecracker, it has so many layers! The chili infused tequila balances ridiculously well with the soda.
  • Trendy Korean, but more authentic than momofuku. Squid scallion pancakes, salmon sashimi salad, Korean spicy ramen served post 9pm, and the kimchi and brisket fried rice. Cocktail: Mae Sil Bramble.
  • Head to Hooni Kim's stylish Flatiron Korean restaurant for fresh killed-chicken skewers, braised pig trotters with kimchi, and fluffy scallion pancakes filled with squid. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Come after 10p for their spicy ramyun! The broth is cooked for 12 hours so it's incredibly rich in flavor.
  • The food here, tho good, is not mind-blowing. The lackluster, indifferent style of service is unforgettable. If you want to throw money away this place is quite the gem. As for me: never again.
  • Another hit for Chef Hooni Kim! Lovely atmosphere and everything is great! My favs were the Korean Ramyun (served after 10), fried chicken, fish cake soup, brisket fried rice!
  • Spicy ramyun is after 9pm! Restaurant confirmed. Not sure why there are so many reports of 10pm on here
  • Using the freshest, most local ingredients he can find, chef-owner Hooni Kim uses his classically trained cooking chops for a near-perfect rendition of Shin Ramyun, Koreas answer to Cup Noodles.
  • Favorite dishes are all the "freshly killed" chicken dishes. AMAZING. So rich in flavor. Seafood pancake is also freaking delish. Other recs are the sashimi salad, pork skewers, ddukboki, and ramyun!
  • Who is the chef? Hooni Kim. What's cooking? Dishes such as spicy cod roe stew, radish kimchi & brisket fried rice and grilled veal intestines and more (Menu - http://goo.gl/xtVGm). Opened 3 Weeks Ago
  • Have more than four friends? Don't make dinner plans here; they don't accommodate parties larger than that.
  • Rice cake and maggoli so good
  • Musts: scallion pancakes with local squid, Atlantic salmon sashimi, spicy chicken thighs, pork fat "Ddukbokki"
  • Fan of the bibimbap and the chicken nuggets. The food otherwise is ok but could be better flavorwise. Good lunch spot though.
  • Monday nights are now Korean-Chinese nights. If you know what that is, you need to run there for this. Best Jjam-pong and chachangmyun ever! This menu has been offered 3 times and I've been twice!
  • Modern and trendy inside. Lunch special is on the pricier side but the sizzling bim bim bap is delicious. Worth it for the vibe and solid food.