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Perfect For:Vegetarians


12 E 32nd St, New York
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At Hangawi, you take your shoes off at the door then sit on a pillow on the floor next to your table. This Korean restaurant on 32nd Street feels homey and unique, and the extensive menu is entirely vegetarian. You can get dumplings, kimbap, rice cakes, and a bunch of other things like bibimbap and a spicy tofu hot pot. There's also a prix fixe option for $75, but we recommend going the à la carte route so you can customize your meal and pick exactly what you want. For a group meal with some vegetarians near K-Town, this place is your best option, and it also works well for a nice last-minute dinner when you want to feel like you're eating in someone's home. Socks aren't required, but they're highly recommended.

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