Korean Restaurants in Huntington

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The menu at Kalbi House is a celebration of popular Korean dishes. Small grills built into the tables allow diners to sear up marinated pork ribs and scallops to their liking. Alternatively, the chefs can prepare the entire meal for you, including hot pots filled with noodles and beef tripe or traditional casseroles studded with monkfish and bean curds. But they don't stop there, branching out beyond these Korean specialties to craft a handful of Japanese favorites such as sushi rolls and teriyaki entrees.

291 Central Ave
White Plains,

Japanese and Thai cuisines share table space within the romantically-lit dining room of Aozora Restaurant. Plates of fresh sushi sporting bites of white tuna or giant clam sit next to steaming plates of pad thai or thai red curry. At one of the restaurant's hibachi tables, a large hibachi grill sizzles hunks of Angus steak or lobster tail. The space includes a large dining room and sushi bar, a separate hibachi room, and a separate private party room.

111 Jericho Tpke

True to its name, Oriental Beef Asian Fusion Restaurant draws together the cuisines of India, Japan, and Thailand, among other Asian countries, into a deliciously eclectic menu. Even the decor unites disparate elements: a wall of Japanese art books facing a photographic mural of a running waterfall, framed by bamboo-like banquette seating. Meanwhile, meditative flutes play, an aquarium bubbles, and diners sample tastes from all over Asia. Here's a sampling of what you might find on the menu:

  • Indian: chicken tikka masala or saag paneer, both served with rice and naan
  • Japanese: design-your-own sushi rolls, with traditional ingredients, such as unagi and avocado, as well as the unexpected: smoked bacon, sweet peppers, and hearts of palm
  • Thai: green chicken curry or namya fish curry served over noodles
  • Vegetarian: Korean chilled noodles in chili sauce; tamarind rice with peanuts
73 North Main Street

For authentic Korean meats fresh off the barbecue, many locals like to swing by S Korean Restaurant. The restaurant's bulgogi??marinated rib-eye??is seared on the grill, just like the roast duck and pork belly that quiet hearty appetites. Buckwheat noodles double as zip lines to help patrons send home leftover octopus stew and spicy, crimson kimchi.

149-44 41st Avenue