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Ho-Dduk at Grace Street

Hi everyone, a break from my series of Hong Kong restaurant reviews. In November 2013, I was in New York City to attend a Princeton University conference. Sharon’s friend was kind to be my tour guide, and she took me to Grace Street, a restaurant in New York City’s Koreatown.

Forget eating a cronut, I had a Ho-dduk!

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A picture of inside the Ho-dduk:

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So what is a Ho-dduk? Good, old Wikipedia provides a good description:

… a variety of filled Korean pancake, and is a popular street food of South Korea. It is usually eaten during the winter season.

I am sorry that I forgot the price, but I recall that the Ho-dduk is priced affordably. If you will be visiting NYC’s K-town, I certainly recommend this delicious snack. Please note that Grace Street serves Ho-dduks at certain times (1pm to 3pm, and 6pm to 10pm daily).
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  1. Wendy

    Ho-dduk is soooo yummy! I introduced Hitman to it at the Richmond night market a couple years ago and he said it gave him a “mouth-gasm” 😛

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