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Addicted to Quack at Sun Ha Jang, Koreatown's Pleasure Palace of Duck 

February 8, 2011
Need a visual aid for your print edition? Jonathan Gold visits Sun Ha Jang in Koreatown. ("If you have ordered sliced duck (you will definitely order the sliced duck), a plate comes out laden with rounds of unseasoned duck breast formed into a kind of roulade, the same size and shape as fast-food hamburger patties, and the waitress tosses them onto the hot metal with the ease of a blackjack dealer.") Click through for Anne Fishbein's spectacular photos and read more in Gold's Counter Intelligence, "Sun Ha Jang: Koreatown’s Pleasure Palace of Duck."
Anne Fishbein
Duck with garlic cloves on greens at Sun Ha Jang
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Need a visual aid for your print edition? Jonathan Gold visits Sun Ha Jang in Koreatown. ("If you have ordered sliced duck (you will definitely order the sliced duck), a plate comes out laden with rounds of unseasoned duck breast formed into a kind of roulade, the same size and shape as fast-food hamburger patties, and the waitress tosses them onto the hot metal with the ease of a blackjack dealer.") Click through for Anne Fishbein's spectacular photos and read more in Gold's Counter Intelligence, "Sun Ha Jang: Koreatown’s Pleasure Palace of Duck."
Published on February 8, 2011

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