Asian Kitchen – Shanghai Mong

There’s a spot in NYC- close to fifth avenue and times square- that
will have your taste buds dancing. Many of the restaurants are open 24 hours. Even if you go there at midnight or 3am- you can get a meal fit for a king. Where is this spot you ask? It’s none other than Korea

Shanghai Mong was opened 25 years ago in Koreatown. Our hosts are curious to know why a Korean restaurant is named after China’s
premiere city.

We also want to know the best dishes they are serving, what’s up with their opera night, and who decided on this artistic
atmosphere? Come and get the answers with us!

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