Sometime after Christmas, I was in New York with my family. We had lunch at Chom Chom.
Like most Korean places, they give you a bunch of side dishes for free (not just bread).
I ordered the soondooboo and boogogi. The meal was delicious, but about what you would expect from a Korean place. Which brings me to my next point. How is a tire company the authority on fine cuisine? I don’t go into an auto shop and say to my mechanic, “Yes, I would like an oil change and tire rotation, and by the way, could you recommend a good restaurant to eat at?”
Final rating: whatever.