The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene.
Dori Korean Restaurant succeeds Ko Gu Ryo in a peak-roofed Commack building thats hosted a long line of Korean dining spots.
Owner Sean Kim described the cuisine as both Korean and Korean-Chinese, which he defined as Chinese food that's been adapted to Korean tastes. Chef Y.H. Kim is in the kitchen and, in fact, has been in that same kitchen through several of the buildings previous incarnations.
On the menu: Korean wonton soup ($4.95), seafood pajun, or scallion pancakes with clams, shrimp and squid ($9.95), dolsot (hot stone) bibimbap ($13.95), Szechuan seafood rice ($14.95) and bulgogi, or thinly sliced grilled beef rib eye ($18.95).
Dori Korean Restaurant is at 1087 Jericho Tpke., Commack, 631-543-3355 and 631-543-6790..