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So Gong Dong Tofu Restaurant Review: Décor is minimal: simple wooden booths arranged consecutively and a wall lined with partially protruding stone bibimbap bowls. But Westchester locals craving authentic Korean fare require little else. There’s an array of appetizers including kimchi, marinated bean sprouts, and handmade dumplings with various fillings. The menu focuses on soondubu jjigae, slow-cooked silky tofu stews simmering with accompaniments ranging from mushroom to mixed seafood and fish in spicy and mild broths served with steamed rice or noodles. Otherwise, the home-style rice combinations cooked in stone bowls and the jap chae (glass noodles stir-fried with assorted meats and vegetables) will please and are "safe" choices for Korean cuisine newbies. Those looking for a taste of Korean-style barbecue should not pass up the galbi --- tender marinated and grilled pork ribs in a sweet and spicy garlic soybean sauce.