Eating in New York: Our Korean House

By Ruth Tobias

Published on August 2, 2009

Saveur's headquarters are happily located close to New York's Little Korea, and one of our favorite places to run to during busy work days is Woorijip, which simply means "our house" in Korean. This busy establishment is part convenience store and part restaurant, and lately I've been picking up small containers of kimchi fried rice or kimbap, which resembles sushi and is stuffed with ingredients like beef and egg. Blondie and Brownie, a New York-based blog, has some great pictures of what Woorijip has to offer. —Jayanthi Daniel, SAVEUR

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