Marianne joined me to try out Korean vegetarian food in NYC.
When there’s a large selection of restaurant to choose from, I’ll tend towards the more obscure. Vegetarian Korean food is pretty obscure in most cities, but in New York City, there’s Hangawi
. Marianne was game for the adventure, and took in an afternoon train from New Jersey. We chose the set meal. The soup came with skewers in it.
The appetizers included a dumpling, a stuffed apple, and lotus root.
Korean pancakes came with an assortment of shaved vegetables and pickles, with a dipping sauce on the side.
Main dishes included mushroom, rice and kimchi (of course). Continue reading “2008/06/03 Vegetarian Korean dinner, NYC“