Intended to restore male vigor, the selection of dishes at the rustic Sol Bawoo runs to pork belly with raw oysters, goat dishes (including the cryptic "goat meat special part"), and eel-still twitching, and cooked over a charcoal brazier in the center of your table. Or opt for the more conservative cuts of beef or pork. Wear a cowboy hat as you wield the tongs.
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Clad in woods, decorated with bark, crisscrossed with dangling vines, Sol Bawoo is a profoundly good Korean restaurant concealed in the obscure and dinky Murray Hill district of Flushing. The interior resembles a rustic mountain ret...