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The Woo


The Woo artfully recreates Woo Lae Oak, the refined pioneering Korean restaurant that was run by the proprietor’s mother (it closed in 2011). This new version, under the auspices of the third generation of Choi women, is low-lit and lined with exposed brick, offering seating on two levels. Tabletop grills make it an interactive experience, the tender ribeye and beef tongue so thinly-sliced you have to keep a close watch as they sizzle. Scallion pancakes and spinach crepes filled with crab and leeks are great for starters.