Seoul food. Chef Steve Song focuses on small plates, serving elevated takes on chicken wings, kimchi rolls, and bulgogi. Mak geol li and soju make up the Korean spirits list, well-matched to drunk-... read more
Name should give you some indication of the versatility here. Chef is Chinese-Korean, brings pan-Asian knowhow to continent-spanning menu. Izakaya faves like gyoza and yakitori joined by honey yuzu... read more
Korean tapas and cocktails. Trim interior with a corrugated tin ceiling and dangling Edison bulbs mixes traditional and modern. Menu pills off the same trick. For the classic, check out scallion pa... read more
Clam and swill bunker. Brick walls, long wooden benches, kitschy paraphernalia abounding. Two dozen steamed clams with a cup of hot butter will leave plenty left over for next semester’s text... read more
K-Town fare in an edgier EV home. Purple-lit bar and brick dining hall too slick to be found deep in Queens. Tables are topped with crystal grills for your DIY pork belly BBQ. Kimchi dumpling casse... read more
Healthy Korean spot opens in former bathhouse. Super-simple dining room, brick and plaster on the walls, pop music soundtrack. Owner Steve Kim takes pride in his open kitchen. Plenty of tofu option... read more
If K-Town and EMP had a child. Contemporary Korean best enjoyed as a five-course tasting menu. Food doubles as art as you tour through arugula sorbet, spicy clams with rice, crispy snapper, and por... read more
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO FIRE. Asian fusion taken to a different level. Instead of blending cuisines, DJs mix American jazz with sushi, soju, and super crispy Korean-style chicken wings. An avid r... read more
Cow palace. Beef bits you never imagined eating served to you raw. Korean take on Japanese yakiniku has you grilling it yourself right at the table. Chow down on three different parts of cow stomac... read more
Hamptons village provides inspiration for Flatiron charmer. Unoppressive nautical theme, swank chandeliers, marble, wainscoting. There's fresh fish, of course, but menu also swings Korean. West Coa... read more
K-Town elbows its way into prime St. Marks izakaya territory. Former Fuego space shifts from Spanish dungeon to urban zen. Low, minimal basement finished in bamboo ceilings, exposed brick and concr... read more
Wunderkind chef David Chang spins off smash hit Momofuku Noodle Bar. Artisanal ingredients class up burritos instead of ramen. Bibb lettuce or flour pancakes (known as ssäm in Korean) wrap org... read more
Do Hwa, what! Modern, atmospheric, zen-inspired space. Pass the narrow bar, with its cuke-based cocktails, and into surprisingly large dining room. Tarantino invested in this spot, so bring your ow... read more
Tranquil, modern spot equally adept at Korean BBQ and ginger kamikazes. Rust-colored walls and flickering candles; impress your date by ordering Yook Hwe and San Chae. Crazy array of hotpots served... read more
Tiny stop hops with the bibimbop. Decorated like an ornate wooden music box, warm and low-lit with loud music. Close, intimate seating great for dates you actually want to talk to. Mom and daughter... read more
Authentic Japanese & Korean food at this sake-cocktail Lower East Side spot. Cozy and packed with after-work drinkers and not ravenous diners, Izakaya reels them in with mini bites like fried c... read more
Cafeteria-style Korean, with solid sushi and Japanese entree selections. Lunch specials popular. Bibimbap a favorite. read more
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