Wafu Noodle & Korean BBQ

4.3
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6 reviews
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$30 and under
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Korean

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Korean barbecue refers to the popular method in Korean cuisine of grilling meat, typically beef, pork, or chicken. Such dishes are often prepared on gas or charcoal grills built into the dining table itself.

Rated very highly by the New York Times!

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What 6 People Are Saying
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4.3based on recent ratings
4.0
food
4.5
service
4.2
ambience
3.8
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OpenTable Diner
New York Area
8 reviews
Dined on 30 January 2020
Overall4food4service4ambience3

Overall a great restaurant.The only issue for us was that there was live music and it was a little too loud for a work conversation. But would likely be good for those looking for that.

KP
vipKristenP
New York Area
3 reviews
Dined on 14 January 2020
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Exceptional food and service. Great place.

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vipSammie58
New England
7 reviews
Dined on 13 January 2020
Overall3food3service5ambience3

Our waiter was excellent. Food was mediocre. Was told about two locations- May try the other because it’s easier to find. Will give another try.

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vipFrequentdiner
New York Area
28 reviews
Dined on 10 January 2020
Overall3food2service4ambience5

The restaurant business in Westport CT is brutally competitive. The majority of the population does not eat out regularly as it does in NYC. Everyone who does eat out, does so within a very narrow period of time. A restaurant is either 'hot', full of both diners and take out orders, or not. Unfortunately neither of the two Wafu restaurants in Westport are hot. The consequences are evidenced by what happened to me at lunch Friday,

When I ordered the Bulgogi BBQ, a set of 9 round bansang were placed around the round cooker in the toble. Bansang is a collective name for small side dishes served along with cooked rice. Due to lack of diners, I had to send back 4 of the 9 because they were spoiled from being in the refrigerator too long. Britt, my excellent waiter, apologized immediately offering a free dessert. Then came the sliced short rib beef. Similarly, it had a vinegar taste from being in the refrigerator too long.

I have not returned to the restaurant since to see if the kitchen is serving fresh food. Let's hope it is.

CS
vipChrisS
New York Area
1 review
Dined on 25 December 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

JoJo and owner were great! Thanks for such a fun night!

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Manny
New York Area
2 reviews
Dined on 24 December 2019
Overall4food4service5ambience4

I recommend Wafu if you're not a stickler about authenticity and you and your dinner party want to eat quasi-Korean style. Food is good -- there is some pan-Asian variety on the menu and everyone is well-prepared. You won't find the really traditional beanpaste-based Korean dishes or sauces though. Maybe I'm spoiled because I grew up around this sort of food and around pretty authentic Korean BBQ restaurants where you left dinner smelling like what you ate... Overall, though, it was a good place; my in-laws enjoyed it even more than I did.

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Wafu Noodle & Korean BBQ does offer delivery in partnership with Chow Now and Postmates. Wafu Noodle & Korean BBQ also offers takeaway which you can order by calling the restaurant at (203) 557-8626.

Wafu Noodle & Korean BBQ is rated 4.3 stars by 6 OpenTable diners.

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