MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
When craving authentic Korean specialties, Tang is an absolute must-visit. The restaurant’s impeccably cool style extends from its angled exterior ablaze in beams of yellow light to its sleek interior with exposed brick walls and bare wood tables. Flat-screens loom large, creating a high-end cafeteria vibe. Don't let the 24/7 hours fool you; this is one of the stronger Korean kitchens around. Meals begin with an unending supply of wonderfully crisp kimchi. Also try the hearty bibimbap of marinated beef strips, root vegetables and mushrooms alongside a bowl of ox-bone broth. The main attraction is the sensational jeon, traditional Korean pancakes grilled to order (weekend dinners only). Boyang tang, a tropical-hued stew, is not to be skipped if you love goat.