Cindy and  I went to go eat at Gahm Mi Oak on 32nd street in Manhattan (K-town).  We did not know that the menu was going to be extremely limited to old school rustic Korean dishes. I personally felt it was a good experience food wise.  The side dishes or banchan that they gave us primarily consisted of kimchi (pickled spicy cabbage) and some peppers. On a side note, Cindy kept asking me if the side dishes were coming claiming her disappointment throughout the meal because of the lack of it.

The beef briskets (called sooyok in Korean) that we ordered were very succulent and almost melts in your mouth.  This is a warning to new restaurateurs to Gahm Mi Oak, the main dishes are pretty bland because you are supposed to season them yourselves and dip it into whatever sauces they provide you with.  Whenever you are in the area, check it out.

43 West 32nd Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 695-4113