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Kum Gang San

138-28 Northern Blvd. (Bowne & Union Sts.) Send to Phone
718-461-0909 | Menu
Korean food anytime at this 24-hour Queens joint.

Open 24 hours
Open late
  • Dress code: Casual

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Kum Gang San Restaurant Review

: Craving Korean at 3 a.m.? No problem. This neighborhood favorite is open 24-hours. On a busy weekend evening at this huge restaurant with its own parking lot and waterfall, diners enjoy themselves by grilling their bulgogi and other meats at the table. Start with some of the many little bowls of kimchi that arrive gratis at the table, then move on to a multitude of dishes like yam noodles with vegetables, pa jean (fried pancakes with seafood) or the naeng myon (cold rice noodles in broth with beef, egg cake and hot oil). Ask your waiter to make a selection for you from the various sides and appetizers---they're all good. Don't forget to sip soju, which comes in the daintiest cup. Also located in Manhattan at 49 W. 32nd St., 212-967-0909.
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