Soogil

Korean, Japanese
$ $
108 E 4th St
New York, NY 10003

Tips

  • Do the tasting menu. Its reasonable, delicious, and I left there quite full
  • Soogil serves up French-influenced Korean fare in a classic East Village space think a toned-down wood and grey aesthetic.
  • Food is delish but portions are small. We like the asparagus salad, the monk-fish with soy beans, the short-rib and the pork belly (pictured). Cute date spot
  • Group of four, ordered everything on the menu sans the chicken. The perfect amount of food. EXCELLENT. Mung-Bean Korean Pancake, Glass Noodle, Spanish Mackerel, Pork Belly and Short Rib were standout
  • Family style Korean. We tried nearly everything on the menu and the rice stick dessert was the consensus highlight with the glass noodles with bulgogi as the main course winner
  • Perfectly cooked pork belly and ribs that fall off the bone. Exquisite spicy soft tofu.
  • Cuisine fails to impress. Most of the dishes in the tasting menu were lackluster. I recommend danji instead.
  • kind of a nebulous vibe but the food is very good!

Nearby places

116 E 4th St (at 1st Ave)
443 E 6th St (at Avenue A)
163 Allen St (btw Rivington & Stanton)