This tiny deli is inside a building. I guess most are in New York, but I mean you have to go inside the building and down a hall to get to it. The thing that interests me is that they have Korean food. So I gave it a try.
I got the most expensive meal – Bulgogi Deopbap Beef Box $12. The other Korean boxes are cheaper at around $9. It came in a hefty platter sectioned off neatly –with potatoes, cellophane noodles, salad, rice and the Korean sliced marinated beef.
The food was alright. Looked pretty, but didn’t impress me. It got me stuffed though. The soup was too salty, but I’m not sure if it’s one of those things that you pour over the rice? I don’t know. That makes more sense.
The people were nice in there. They seem to have regulars like this old guy who apparently gets coffee all the time. In my photo, it looks like he doesn’t have a head. No photoshop.
HIT Deli & Korean Food -Â 150 W 28th StÂ (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)Â New York,Â NYÂ 10001
My first question, obviously, is: Does it have land yacht parking? Of course I ask only because you wrote: “They seem to have regulars like this old guy who apparently gets coffee all the time.”
Okay. I’m white, I’m provincial, and I’m white. Please understand that I feel bad about asking the most obvious question: Do older Koreans really hang out and drink *coffee*?
Nah, that older guy was white. You just can’t tell because his head is missing.
Damn. Misread your sentence. Pardon mine(s).
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