The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene.
Ko Gu Ryo is the name of the Korean restaurant occupying the freestanding Commack building that has housed a string of other Korean spots most recently, Arirang House, and before that Dory and Sil La Joung.
The specialty here is Korean tabletop barbecue, with such dishes as dak gui, or marinated chicken, ($19.99) and kalbi, thinly sliced beef short rib ($24.99). You can also get japchae, or stir fried clear noodles ($13.99) and bibimpap, steamed rice with ground beef and vegetables in a spicy sauce ($11.99).
Ko Gu Ryo is at 1087 Jericho Tpke., Commack, 631-670-6899.