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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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I have a ridiculous question about the $5,000 pledge level. I'm just curious, it says:

"You and your best buddy, or significant other, or some random person you found on the street: come eat with us, for 5 years. And order anything you want, really. Shirts and hats as well."

How often for five years? On every full moon? Thanks.


Good catch! Thanks, it was originally once a month for 2 people, forever, but Kickstarter does not allow lifetime rewards. It is now 2 people, once a week, for 5 years.

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I have a ridiculous question about the $5,000 pledge level. I'm just curious, it says:

"You and your best buddy, or significant other, or some random person you found on the street: come eat with us, for 5 years. And order anything you want, really. Shirts and hats as well."

How often for five years? On every full moon? Thanks.

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This is awesome!! I am looking forward to trying your food. It will be so nice to get real Korean food without having to drive to Fort Lee or take the path to K-Town.

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Im assuming that you guys have a shoe string marketing budget. Even though i have no doubt that you guys will make your kickstarter goal, it wouldn't hurt to maximize any additional funds raised beyond your goal.

After getting hooked on Kdramas, i wanted to try Korean food so bad. I looked around and found a blogger named Maangchi. I learned to maker her Tteokbokki recipe. Even my family who had no clue about Korean food luved it.

She basically luvs down home Korean cooking. And maybe she is willing to give you guys a shout out. She has a massive following and luvs to promote Korean Cuisine and culture.

Here is her contact info:

http://www.maangchi.com/contact



Ps. I hope am not being intrusive...i am sure you guys have your own plans and visions........and i have no doubt you will make it work.

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Thank you for your support! Even going to great lengths just to make accounts, we feel even more strongly that there is a real demand for authentic, good Korean food.

As far as a 2x2 option is concerned, yes, we can work that out!


Awesome - my pledge is in. Ahris will be a great addition to the hood.

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Our Kickstarter is live!
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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2 ... jersey-city-ahris-kitchen


Is there a 2x2 option instead of the 1x4 at the higher amounts?


Thank you for your support! Even going to great lengths just to make accounts, we feel even more strongly that there is a real demand for authentic, good Korean food.

As far as a 2x2 option is concerned, yes, we can work that out!

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Our Kickstarter is live!
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Is there a 2x2 option instead of the 1x4 at the higher amounts?

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THANKS! You are right. They had the BOOKFACE banner right over the form so i thought it was asking for that. I am actually making my contribution right now...now where did i put my debit....

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I selected my amount(really humble) and it then proceeded to ask for my Facebook Account. I don't have one. Is there another way to contribute?


You can create a kickstarter profile and contribute that way. That's what I did.

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So, i went to the Kickstarter page to contribute my 5000 dollars(hehehe okay not that much but a small contribution) to your campaign.

I selected my amount(really humble) and it then proceeded to ask for my Facebook Account. I don't have one. Is there another way to contribute? I am sorry that i don't do social media except Yahoo messenger(if that counts).


I really want you guys to succeed!

Thanks

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I just read the Kickstarter profile and omg, are you having your mom flown in from korea? The menu's going to be legit!

Also read over the menu and didn't notice mandu on the menu. Gotta have mandu on the menu....especially frozen that I can steam up at home.

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I might even contribute to the Kickstarter which i have never done before.......this is how much i want this place to open already!!!!


By the way, where do you go to eat when your in the mood for good Korean food(other than of course at home and family)? Any hidden gems or places nearby???


That would be awesome! We're using Kickstarter as a way to get the word out, as well! We only have word of mouth, other places are getting press in the village voice and JC magazine! Hopefully the food will speak for itself.

Nothing in the immediate area comes to mind. Cho Dang Gol, a few blocks north of Ktown in Manhattan, is hands down the best for anything tofu related. Although the BCD formula works for a reason, Cho Dang Gol's handmade tofu keeps it packed with people who actually know Korean food, and are lucky enough to have stumbled upon it.

Han Bat on 35th used to be my go to spot for sul long tang, a bone marrow broth with brisket. The quality fell off a while ago, but I still go on occasion. I can't recommend anything else there.

For really nuts Korean bbq, even more than Palisades park and Edison, the Murray Hill section in Queens is tip-top. Mapo BBQ. This past summer I went to the original Mapo in Seoul, and the one in Queens is topnotch. I know that's not what you want to hear, so for bbq I'll hit up So Moon Nan Jip in Pal park, or Kum Gang San for laaarge parties in Manhattan.

I get enough of it at home, but whenever I'm in one of these areas those are the restaurants I'll hit up.

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I can't recall the exact names of any, but their are some really good ones in fort Lee and palisades park. the culture at those places are pretty much Korean and the restaurants for the most part authentic.

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I might even contribute to the Kickstarter which i have never done before.......this is how much i want this place to open already!!!!


By the way, where do you go to eat when your in the mood for good Korean food(other than of course at home and family)? Any hidden gems or places nearby???

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i honestly found myself wondering if there was some way to fire up a kickstarter to speed up your kickstarter so you could open sooner.

i will have all the soondubu, please.

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Your website looks great! Someone must have a great design sense in your family ;)

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Just curious, what are you both quitting (regular day jobs) to start a business that 1. you need experience and 2. takes many many hours to maintain and manage.

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Please hurry! I'm hungry.

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I can't wait for this place to open!!! I would love to be able to purchase homemade jars of kimchi ... Just sayin :)


That's great! We plan on selling homemade jars of kimchi for you to take home.

Our kickstarter is all approved, and we plan on debuting it on 9/1. I hope some of you will contribute; I think the rewards pay for themselves!

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I can't wait for this place to open!!! I would love to be able to purchase homemade jars of kimchi ... Just sayin :)

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Can I special order chopchae for my birthday?

Hope you did better that the $50k/2500/mo my cousin turned down,


Yes, of course.

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Can I special order chopchae for my birthday?

Hope you did better that the $50k/2500/mo my cousin turned down,

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Will you have any Chinese-Korean dishes like Jajangmyeon or Tang Soo Yook?


Initially we don't plan on it. Man, but since I read your post I really want some Jajangmyun right now...
In the beginning we will keep it manageable, in terms of the number of dishes; we want to make sure we excel in our menu. We will consider branching out after becoming more established.

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LOL! I completely agree. And if anyone finds out if the deli is moving, please post. I'll have to ask this weekend during my next SANDWICH fix (for those who don't like sammy :)

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Happy about the new Korean. Sad about my favorite breakfast sandwich place closing. SO MANY FEELINGS.

Well okay, two. Two feelings.

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Will you have any Chinese-Korean dishes like Jajangmyeon or Tang Soo Yook?

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I cannot wait! My freshman year college roommate introduced me to Korean food and his mother used to ship it to us and I've been hooked ever since. Congratulations and good luck!!!

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I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS PLACE TO OPEN! Please include Tteokbokki. I am willing to pay a good price(please don't be nyc prices) and i look forward to visiting often!

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Excited for the new addition. However, I would advise against listing menu prices on your website this early in the process.


Yes, I corrected it today. The prices were only placeholders.

Vegetarian options will be available, and for almost all dishes!

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