Pete Wells' latest NY Times review dropped late yesterday afternoon - two stars for TriBeca Korean, Jung Sik. He was mostly pleased with the food but noted that the high price may explain why it's failed to pack diners in: "And the price, while lower than it was at first, is still what real estate brokers would call “aggressive.” (A five-course dinner is $115, and a three-course menu, the only other option, costs $80.)
This may explain why Jungsik was half empty on a recent night. I wish more New Yorkers would give the place a chance. I also wish the place would give more New Yorkers a chance. Friendlier prices and a more comfortable tone would be a start if the restaurant, an import from Seoul, wants to adapt to its new environment." What do you think of his two-star rating? Let us know in the comments.