Cho Dang Gol

$ $
55 W 35th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 695-8222
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm



  • Get the spicy galbi jjim. You can thank me later.
  • A very vegetarian-friendly Korean restaurant specializing in fresh tofu, which is made daily.
  • Tofu is highlighted here with more than two dozen dishes on the menu. The spicy prime-rib casserole is a perfect dish for sharing. - Inspector
  • The spicy galbi jjim was life-changing...the best I've ever had.
  • Anything with tofu or soybean anything in it is what they are known for. Don't get the basic stuff like bibimbap! You can go elsewhere for that!
  • No long lines on a Sunday afternoon! Great Korean comfort food :)
  • Very traditional, go for the casseroles
  • Ignore the menu, you can in fact get a vegetarian hot stone bowl bimbimbop, which comes with their delicious fresh tofu.
  • Trs bon!! Et personnellement trs accueillant
  • Anything with tofu is good here!
  • One of the more authentic Korean places I've been to in the city, spicy pork was very solid
  • Solid seafood stew. Pricey. Would like to try their seafood pancake. Sampler Kimchi and pancake is good
  • pretty good Korean food. service was fast. kimchi biji jjigae n spicy galbi jjim were delicious!
  • Known for their fresh homemade tofu, this is one of my favorite Korean restaurants in New York. Order their tofu and have it with kimchi. Simple yet delicious meal.
  • Try the Spicy Galbi Jjim
  • One of my favorite places to have Kimchi jigae () here. Great comfort food during winter (or just about anytime really).
  • quality korean food with great soon doo boo jji geh
  • This is real Korean food. The fresh house made tofu is better than any store bought variety. The beef broth is high caliber. And the complimentary ginger tea is the perfect way to cleanse the pallet.
  • the best bibimbap i've ever had so far! try pork bibimbap ;) +the kimchi pancake is also good!
  • Bulgogui Jun Gol (Casserole) scores 10. If you like the traditional barbecue try this one instead. The Kimchi and Tofu are awesome. Maybe the only authentic place to eat Korean food in NY?

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