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Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Korean and Korean-Chinese cuisine
- $25 for $40 worth of Korean and Korean-Chinese cuisine, plus two glasses of beer or wine (up to a $52 value)
Guests chow down from a menu of Korean-Chinese entrees such as fried beef with red pepper sauce ($10.95), shrimp tofu ($15.95), fried scallops ($18.95), noodles and rice, and beverages such as Tsingtao beer ($5).
Hyo Dong Gak
Nestled in the heart of Manhattan's Koreatown and resting in the shadow of the Empire State Building, Hyo Dong Gak dishes out an extensive menu of Chinese delicacies along with beer and soju. Bustling Midtown lunchers stop in to gobble up quick meals of pepper steak or fried rice before heading back to their corner offices, cubicles, and work-from-home blanket forts. Evening patrons can make a tasty dinner of Singapore-style fried noodles and spicy seafood soups. Though the bill of fare presents familiar Chinese-style plates of sweet-and-sour chicken and sautéed string beans, it also features cuisine not often found in fast-food joints, such as crispy whole fried fish, Szechuan-style lobster, and jellyfish.