|Soft-tofu stew at So Gong Dong in Palisades Park.|
By Victor E. Sasson
We had another belly busting dinner at So Gong Dong, the standout soft-tofu house in Palisades Park, home to dozens of Korean restaurants.
On Saturday night, three of us had soft-tofu stew, steamed rice, four side dishes and a fresh egg ($9.99 each, including tax), and I ordered steamed dumplings for the meat eaters ($8.99).
I just managed to finish my Oyster Soft Tofu, which was hot enough to soft boil two small eggs that I ate over the rice. Delicious and comforting.
|A seafood pancake.|
I noticed a change on the place-mat menu: Three So Gong Dongs are listed now:
- 118 Broad Ave., Second Floor, Palisades Park; 1-201-313-5550.
- 6 St. Marks Place (between 2nd and 3rd avenues), Manhattan; 1-212-533-5363.
- 411 N. Central Ave., Hartsdale, N.Y. (Westchester County); 1-914-397-1790.
|Fiery raw squid and raw garlic is one of the free side dishes that come with every soft-tofu stew. The others are cabbage and cucumber kimchis and bean sprouts, and servers will gladly bring you a second set.|