I’m happy to see that Brooklyn’s options for Korean food are getting better. A few years ago we got Insa, the Korean restaurant and karaoke bar, and now we have Hanki Everyday Korean. It’s in the old Tofu on 7th space, which makes it just far enough away that I won’t go there everyday (pun not intended), but close enough that I can order delivery from them and have great vegetarian Korean food here super fast. I recently ordered the vegetable bibimbap — a bowl of rice topped with various fresh, cooked, and pickled vegetables, which is then mixed together with a spicy red pepper paste. I got fried tofu on top as well for a little extra protein. I love bibimbap for its variety of flavors, textures, and temperatures, and even the delivery version worked on all of those fronts.
Hanki Everyday Korean — 226 7th Ave