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Re: “Young Bin Kwan

Once - while slightly tipsy, and almost as a joke - I dared my girlfriend to join me in dining at Young Bin Kwan. We assumed it to be a front for illegal immigrants or similar. I could not have been more wrong. Fans of Bennihanna or other Japanese steakhouses should definitely take the plunge and give this wonderful restaurant a try. In addition to the reviewer's dining choices of traditional Korean cuisine they also offer a fantastic hibachi experience. The new owner (a former chef of your more popular hibachi locations) has excellent flare and, more importantly, prepares excellent cuisine. Since going that first time we have been back at least 10 times, with no waiting, excellent service, excellent food, and reasonable prices. Hibachi entrees include traditional onion soup, ginger-dressed salad, and hot green tea. I am a huge fan of the tourist traps that are Bennihanna, Shogun, and similar. But I have fallen in love with Young Bin Kwan due to their equal food quality, lack of wait, and quiet atmosphere (no screaming kids!). I highly recommend that anyone in the city check them out, as an alternative to a trip to the suburbs for a long, overpriced meal.

Posted by Jeffrey on 12/23/2006 at 5:43 PM

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