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Frieze New York

Randall’s Island Park

May 2-5, 2019

Atoboy

43 E 28th St
NY 10016 New York

Atoboy
Atoboy utilizes a format that allows guests to try a number of dishes that tickle their fancy, without forcing anyone to share. Inspired by the Korean ritual of banchan (a variety small, mostly pickled, dishes that come free at the beginning of your meal), dinner here comes at a fixed price ($42) for three plates, all carefully arranged on circular ceramic plates. Staples include octopus with kimchi, chorizo, and parsley and fried chicken with two sauces—spicy peanut butter and gochujang.

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