Reviews for Shira Kiku
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02/05/2011 - Mila
The place is dirty; Sticky stain on the tablecloth, windowsill is dusty, dirty, stained (seat by the window suppose to be the best and cozy - it wasn't)
The food, we might of order wrong one... First time visitors...
We wanted hot Korean soup in cold weather; got advise from the hostess. But if you order $15 seafood soup you can expect to have seafood in it. It was 2 shrimps 1/4 of inch each, look like they are from the cans, it was plenty of noodles though.
It was also hair in one of the plate. They exchanged it, cook new soup. It took long time. We didn't eat it, but paid and left hungry and in a bad mood - will never come again
03/26/2010 - Gloria Walker
Having lived in Korea for 1/2 a year I became addicted to Kimchee and Korean cuisine. I can't help but to stop in once a week for lunch. It's the best!
06/29/2009 - Leo Tran
The food is excellent
06/06/2009 - Gail
Excellent Maki Roll....and with request they will even make the Maki with healthy brown rice!
This place was the best that I have ever eaten at. Unfortunately, it has changed recently. Only a portion of the original Korean menu is offered.
This is a great Korean restaurant for the price. It is conveniently located on Broad St in Nashua. The lunch boxes are very delicious, and I like the Korean pickled relishes that are complimentary. The owner seems to go out of her way to be friendly to everyone, and make them feel welcome. The service is good, and we did not want for anything. The dessert tea was a surprise, and complimented the meal very well. I will go back again and again, and take my friends with me.
Me and my husband absolutely love the food here. Our favorites are K4 and K5...you can't go wrong with either of those meals!!!
11/09/2007 - The Nelson Family
Everything about this resteraunt is absolutley amazing. Best food i have ever takest. All the waitresses treat you with respect and invite you in with open arms. My family will def. be back very soon.
09/10/2007 - WallStArb
The food is top notch - as every Korean meal should it comes with nearly a dozen small bowls of pickled veggies and otther odds and ends. Also every meal is served with miso soup and a great warm tea. For a palete cleanser at the end they serve a fantastic cinamin tea with a few pine nuts floated on the top - it's a little sweet and has a nice bite of cinamin and ginger.
Great food - bestkorean I have had in the Boston area. The staff is freindly and knowledgable - don't be afraid to ask questions. My favorite dish is the pan fried spicy squid.
The only negative is that the didning room is a bit dated. But it's clean - if you want a romantic atmosphere then its not the place to go - but if you want GREAT Korean food for a reasonable (cheap) price this place delivers.
Amazing atomosphere, great service and best food i have ever tasted