By 8282 - 84 Stanton St, New York 10002
A rice bowl with a kick! Gochu-jang marinated chicken over cheesy kimchi rice topped with seaweed crumbs, perilla leaves and sesame seeds.
Allergens: Contains Dairy, Contains Gluten, Nut-Free
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About the restaurant
8282, a light-hearted, fresh take on Korean food.The name 8282 refers to Korea’s country code, +82, and has an additional meaning: The numbers, when read together, translate to a phrase that means “quickly” or “faster.” The phrase signifies a get-it-done attitude.Behind 8282 is a couple who previously ran the restaurant Pado in the East Village. Before operating Pado, Bong Le Jo cooked in the kitchens of Perry St, Dovetail and Kissaki, and Jee Kim launched several fashion and lifestyle brands, and worked as a truffle distributor in Seoul, in partnership with a New York-based company.