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  1. Mar 04, 2022 · Whether devouring bowls of gochu ramyun positively heaving with noodles or the crispiest kimchi-jeon (pancake), New Yorkers are wild for Korean cuisine. These are the 16 best Korean restaurants in NYC. Updated on 04 March 2022 Atoboy 43 E. 28th St., 10016 New York Korean 75 USD

  2. 1. Jungsik 279 reviews Closed Now Asian, Korean $$$$ “Unbeatable dining in New York!” “Perfect” 2. Her Name Is Han 286 reviews Closed Now Asian, Korean $$ - $$$ “Incredible food - a real taste adventure!” “Excellent Chinese food!” Order online 3. Hangawi 638 reviews Closed Now Asian, Korean $$$$ Menu “Great for Vegetarians and non Vegetarians”

    • Kuun. 129. Boerum Hill. “Kuun is hands down the best quality food in the area. Especially if you like Korean. They sometimes” more. Outdoor dining.
    • Anytime. 1858. $$Koreatown. “Comforting dishes that pays homage to traditional Korean cuisine with a modern and clean twist” more. Outdoor dining.
    • Thursday Kitchen. 1528. $$East Village. “Love the overall concept of Korean tapas! My favorites were the Edamame Dumplings, Kimchi Paella” more.
    • Tofu Tofu. 407. $$Chinatown. “ and the korean lady working here is super nice the service is just outstanding compared to ktown where it” more.
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      Korean Restaurant · $$ · Open · 2055 on Yelp
      23 W 32nd StNew York, NY · (646) 669-7733
    • B
      Korean Restaurant · $$ · Open · 2256 on Yelp
      22 W 32nd StNew York, NY · (212) 473-2233
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      Korean Restaurant · $$ · Open · 2220 on Yelp
      5 32nd StNew York, NY · (212) 967-1900
    • Danji. Korean. Hell's Kitchen. price 2 of 4. This spot from classically trained chef Hooni Kim was born of his frustration at not being able to find real, authentic Korean food.
    • Jung Sik. Korean. Tribeca. price 3 of 4. Korean-born Jung Sik Yim honed his haute-cooking chops in New York (at Aquavit and Bouley) and Spain (at Michelin-starred Zuberoa and Akelarre), before returning to his hometown of Seoul to open the first location of Jung Sik to much acclaim.
    • Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong. Korean. Midtown East. price 2 of 4. Deuki Hong cut his teeth at Jean Georges and Momofuku, which explains why the Korean barbecue here is several cuts above the rest.
    • Hanjan. Korean. Flatiron. price 2 of 4. Hooni Kim’s other Korean gastropub is named for an expression meaning “to have a drink.” Small plates like the salty/silky/spicy cured cod roe over rice—a dish Kim used to whip up as a post-shift snack back in his days at Daniel—and the freshly killed chicken wings, go well with libations.
  3. 5. Don's Bogam BBQ & Wine Bar 202 reviews Opens in 6 min Barbecue, Asian $$ - $$$ “Nice wine bar” “Good Korean food” Order online 6. Baekjeong NYC 258 reviews Opens in 6 min Barbecue, Asian $$ - $$$ Menu “SOOOOOO GOOD!” “Excellent” Order online 7. Cho Dang Gol 319 reviews Closed Now Asian, Korean $$ - $$$ Menu

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