May 29, 2013 In the News Restaurants
Hanjan Gets Great New Yorker Writeup

Chef Hooni Kim's Hanjan got a great New Yorker review

New NoMad staple Hanjan has received a very positive writeup in The New Yorker. Led by Chef Hooni Kim, Hanjan is a tavern offering Korean BBQ ranging from the esoteric to comfort food.

Chef Hooni Kim already has a Michelin star to his name for his work at his first restaurant Danji. The New Yorker raves, “as folks might say at the Hog Pit, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, and Kim repeats Danji’s winning formula here—small plates, small room, minimalist décor, menus tucked into drawers at your table.”

As you might have noticed in our “NoMad Neighbors” features, many of the locals here already love Hanjan and frequent the tavern for after work drinks and eats. Congrats to Chef Hooni Kim on his great New Yorker writeup!

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