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346 W 52nd St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
United States
(map) (212) 586-2880
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even if you stall your way through the menu, ordering in waves of food, a meal at Danji goes by quite quickly. Meanwhile, the crowd waiting up by the bar for tables stares bullets if you linger.
Sam Sifton
New York Times

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  • "
    With butcher-block tables, inventive Korean-inspired small plates and a Michelin star to boot, this diminutive eatery is of the rare breed that would likely be just as packed downtown as it is on West 52nd Street

    Time Out
    86
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    That juxtaposition of old and new is true of Danji’s bifurcated menu, too, which offers a selection of shareable courses that the chef divides into “traditional” and “modern” categories, a distinction that tends to blur as one happily grazes through it.

    New York Magazine
    86
  • "
    The "sliders" are the best reason to come to Danji... soft top, cut sides grilled. Really excellent. The pork belly version ($12), with Korean chili-paste mayo and a pile of scallions, is almost better.

    Serious eats
    75
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    even if you stall your way through the menu, ordering in waves of food, a meal at Danji goes by quite quickly. Meanwhile, the crowd waiting up by the bar for tables stares bullets if you linger.

    New York Times
    75