In the heart of Soho New Yorkers will find one of the best Korean restaurants in all of Manhattan. The Woo (206 Spring Street) is worthy of glorious applause.
Korean at its very best has been carefully curated by the grand partnership of Executive Chef Eli Martinez and owner Julie Choi. From the moment you walk into this exquisite restaurant you know you are in for a true treat.
Staff serving is incredible. They are a proud representation of a start to finish divine experience. Start the night with their wonderful drink menu. The cocktail list rotates seasonally with signatures including the Lychee Martini and a Green Smoke.
Appetizers are a thing of wonder. One bite of their Mandu will have you singing. When you get to the main course there is absolute bliss. The menu highlights a superb Korean Barbecue with amazing options including Kal Bi (beef short rib), Bulgogi (thinly sliced beef rib eye), Hyaw Mit (thinly sliced beef tongue), O Ree (Long Island duck breast) and seafood selections such as Hwang Sae Chi (swordfish). The table sizzles and dazzles with epic delight.
The quality of the food is high and the tastes are tantalizing. A true mark of a great Korean menu is great meats served. The Woo surpasses all expectations. In fact no matter what is ordered you will find your party wanting more.
The desserts are not to be missed with options including a joyful Tropical Snow with shaved coconut ice with sweet jellied fruits, sweet beans, coconut ice cream and raspberry and vanilla sauces. It makes the summer season and beyond divine.
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