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Re: “Hankook Taqueria misses the mark

Hankook has a ways to go, I agree, especially when it comes to decor and ambiance. This is probably the most off-putting aspect to the restaurant: no personality, no sense of place or an aesthetic point-of-view. But after eating there no less than five times, I think the problems with the food Ms. Zyman notes here are a bit exaggerated. Perhaps it was a bad day. I agree with her that the Korean snacks need some attention ("floppy" is a good words for more than one of them), but the tacos have been consistently good (even the tofu, though admittedly I have eaten this less often).

Does Hankook provide the most amazing food in Atlanta? No. But there's something to be said for a quick, affordable and tasty lunch option without the pretense of a chef-show. And Lee's operation definitely has room to grow. There are some quick fixes that would go a long way to making this a more noteworthy establishment. And if he gives some energy to those problem areas, it's a lunch spot that I'd be glad to have around for some time.

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Posted by Anonymous on 12/15/2009 at 2:48 PM

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