Reviews on Korean food in Norwood, New Jersey, United States. Norwood is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 5,711, reflecting a decline of 40 (-0.7%) from the 5,751 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 893 (+18.4%) from the 4,858 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Norwood
On a recent Saturday night only one other table was taken at this basic BYOB storefront near the NY state border. The service was fine but the menu was somewhat limited, a bit too bland and rather expensive, I thought. The 3 others I dined with liked the food better than I did.
Maybe I'm off base, but other Korean BBQ places I've eaten are not this expensive. So Good is absolutely tasty, especially the seasoning on the Bulgogi. However, paying $30 for this entree doesn't seem right when places that are almost as good will sell this dish for much less. The main entrees seem to be of normal price, but the BBQ portion seems more than I expected. I looked up the lunch pricing and it is significantly less, making me think that if I went for lunch I'd be giving 5 stars instead of 4, but going in the evening was quite the premium.
4 based on 11 reviews
We came here or dinner last night. We read the it was a fusion of Chinese and Korean so we did not know what to expect. Overall, it was pretty good.mthe flavors and preparation of our food was a little different than what we are used to but not in a bad way.mwe started with boiled dumplings. They were okay, but nothing special. Very little pork/vegetable filling inside. One entree we ordered was green noodles in brown sauce with pork, vegetables, and seafood. It was good overall, but like I said earlier a bit different. The portions are large so be prepared. The other entree was vegetables and glass noodles over rice wi shrimp. Also decent. Overall, if you want to try somewhere different give this place a shot. Prices and service were very good.
Spring restaurant has relocated to Closter Dock Road in downtown Closter. There are wide variety in the menu. The new place is cleaner, with 2 private rooms but the interior is just fair. We ordered several different dishes to share and some of the dishes were very spicy.
Found this place randomly. At first we were taken back as it is hidden but this is how you know it is authentic. The place was busy for late a Saturday.I got the bulgoki dup bap which was delicious. Lots a great soups also. Service was prompt and very friendly. Would definitely go back.
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