With Haenyeo, a Trailblazing Korean Chef Turns to Seafood
This is good news, because the seafood at Haenyeo has a sparkle and sweetness you don’t always find in the smoke-filled rooms of 32nd Street.
An NYC Korean Food Trailblazer Continues to Stun at Haenyeo
…an “is-it-summer-yet” melange of oceanic and terrestrial sugars — and scallion pancakes; the slices of spicy onion are held together with so little batter they’re effectively modernist tempura sculptures.
Rice Cakes Fundido Are the Korean-Swiss-Mexican Mash-up You Need Right Now
It’s the kind of deeply comforting dish that’s impossible to stop eating — intensely crave-able, with a sauce that makes you want to lick the bowl.
A Seafood Lover’s Guide to New York’s Newest Restaurants
The outstanding French-Korean bouillabaisse at this Park Slope spot takes its inspiration from spicy Korean fish stew.
Trailblazing Korean Chef Plants a Playful New Restaurant in Park Slope
Haenyeo comes from the owners of Do Hwa, which recently closed in West Village
Seafood With Korean Touches Comes to Park Slope, Brooklyn
A Smorgasburg fixture opens a stand in Chelsea Market, a new theater-district pub debuts, and more restaurant news.
New Korean Seafood Restaurant Brings Bold Flavors To Park Slope
The fabulously rich, emphatically fiery Rice Cake Fundido, for example, harbored more gooey cheese and chunks of chorizo than I've encountered at many Tex-Mex spots.