The 15 Best Korean Restaurants in Brooklyn

LP Tremblay: On their way to get a Michelin star. Best restaurant in Brooklyn at the moment.

Sam Gil: Wings awesome. rice cake good, mussels good, solid gyoza, short rib good, seafood main solid. Solid place unique dishes overall wouldn’t go back for the price but still nice

Margaret Suh: Get the oysters. Super juicy and buttery and fresh

Nauman Noor: Entrees are done well, and portions are decent. Overall, a great addition in terms of authentic Korean food that this part of Brooklyn has lacked.

Chris Gampat: Jeez. Everything is solid at this place. But I especially love the boxes. Get the honey bbq pork with it. The line can go out the front door to get in.

Greg Tan: Surprisingly great, affordable and well-sized Japanese and Korean food. Get the hot bowl bibimbap and the seafood pancake is 👌🏼

Wyngspan: Cozy dinner spot with delicious Korean fare. Best to go on a snowy night, sit by the window and look out on McGolrick Park. Read more.

Anna Simonse: Solid bibimbap. Dolsot for extra $2 is a little weird but a must have. If I bring my own cast iron pot will they waive?

HS Jeon: The best k-food place around this area

Suzy Tran: Honestly everything is pretty good and reasonably priced. The Japche is delicious. Glad that we have this restaurant close by!

Chulmim kim: All the soup and stew are fantastic. Must try korean chicken wings!!

Kimmie Ohh: Order their hot stone bibimbap! Also try their soondubu (tofu soup) & jjajangmyun (black bean noodle dish)

Lindsey Yoo: As an LA-native who's been eating Korean-Mexican food since birth, I can assure you this place is AMAZING. Get the Korean BBQ burrito – ask for it spicy – with guac & kimchi-infused refried beans!

Savannah Petrick: karaoke rooms are a great value ($60/60 min for a room that fits 10 people)

Emily Wilson: The fried chicken is absolutely delicious. If you go with a large party (7 or more), get a whole. As far as cocktails go, the tiger's whisker is awesome. Get some karaoke in, too! Super fun spot.

Salley Lee: Do want to try Jiku Challenge? Really hot &hot food? More than buldack ramen. Try here!

Katherin Son: Don't be tempted by the 'Korean tacos.' Stick w/ the real Korean food…kimchee chigae, bibimbap, soondubu. Better than most places in Manhattan.

Chia L: The Korean food is really yummy. Pricy, but yummy.

Kelsey✨: Sunny lil’ cafe serving up some yummy bites. Go for the kimchi omelette and berry smoothie.

Joe D: Whatever the hell was just fusioned before me pleased me greatly 🏅 Gold medal for the meatloaf bulgogi. 🥈Goes to the ramen & cheese.

15. Mad For Chicken


Fried Chicken Joint

· East Williamsburg · 3 tips and reviews

Alex Varone: Great chicken! Get the medium, half spicy, half non-spicy. A lot of food, so usually my girlfriend and I share it. 🙂

JoyceJoyce: The atmosphere is really good and servers are super hospitable. The chicken is alright. I would recommend the kimchi fries and avocado salad, as well as a good group of friends to catch up with!

Elvis R.Elvis Rodricks: Not bad if you’re into wings that aren’t smothered with a wet sauce. Got for the ‘spicy’ version.