Tuesday, March 15, 2016

"Just seeing the word 'soondae' on the menu of this new Korean restaurant had been enough to get my hopes up. Purplish links of coagulated pigs' blood bound by rice and an arterial network of springy, skinny cellophane noodles, soondae does not tend to travel far from Korean neighborhoods. Insa sits between a moving company and a mechanic's garage in an industrial patch of Brooklyn near Gowanus Canal. The ares is not crowded with Korean restaurants or, for that matter, Koreans.

Soondae here? If nothing else, it suggested that Insa had plenty of confidence."

From the March 15, 2016, New York Times restaurant review: Insa Brings Korean Cooking to Industrial Brooklyn. Written by Pete Wells.

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