Midtown Lunch's early assessment also seemed to think they might need to improve the ordering system.
The ordering station at the front of the food court.
Bian Dang, the brick and mortar home of the NYC Cravings truck.
There was not much of a line when I went and ordering was simple. But when I ordered my pork rice, I was asked if I wanted it with a tea egg (I said yes and after the fact found out that it was $1 extra). After a very brief wait, I picked up my food at the back of the food court.
For just under $10, I got a plastic container tightly packed with rice topped with a few large, thinly cut pork chops. It was a big portion of food that I didn't finish in one sitting. But I didn't love it. The pork and the pork sauce with some sour greens were both a bit too rich and salty for my taste. The white rice might have helped to offset that a little bit, but unfortunately much of it was soaked in the sauce. While I wasn't crazy about my first experience with the Food Gallery, I'm sure I'll return to try the many other offerings. It's open until midnight and seems like it will, at the very, least be a good addition to K-town and an alternative to Woorijip for quick, relatively cheap food.