The 15 Best Korean Restaurants in New York City

Cherie Mok: The Crudo, corn dumpling and the oxtail spring roll were my favorites!

Lee Hoffman: Incredible meal. The corn dumplings were the best dumplings we’ve ever had by far. Also delicious were the spring roles, steak, cauliflower, lobster rolls.

Suzy Tran: The tuna tartare, jjajang bori-bap, 8282 skirt steak are must orders! Cocktails were tasty and refreshing.

Fula O: The Perilla oil pasta is a must order. If you love uni add the supplement

Ernesto Gutierrez: Impressed by their new cocktail offerings, even the non alcoholic ones. All their dishes were superb: tuna tartare, kfc chicken, chicken kimchi rice, pork belly. Great date spot to begin the night.

emily chen: trendy k-joint. good cheap cocktails/wine ($6)! get the budge jiggae stew, bulgolgi rice wraps (app), dukkbokki, and clam japchae. avoid the seafood stew with sea squirts (worst ever) in it.

Sarah P.: Great spot for lunch in k-town: ~$10 menu (cash only) and good portions. Seafood noodles and farro bibimbop (강된장보리비빔밥) are delicious. Spicy noodles and pork katsu are good too

Marc: Bon-Appetit 2019 – Top 50 Nominee for America’s Best New Restaurants: “This is Korean-inflected fine dining at its, well, finest.“

Marie La Rue: R&D bar is a unique experience. Taste innovative cuisine and cocktails, exchange with the chef and mixologist as they prepare your food. A must for all gastronomy enthusiasts. Menu always evolving.

Food Network: The restaurant offers two different prices for each dish. The higher price denotes a standard size, and the lower price denotes a tasting size for those who like to mix and match. Via CityEats.com Read more.

Eater: It's fast without being hurried, delicious without being expensive. Just be ready for crowds. [Eater 38 Member]

Marc Schneeberger: We did the best thing someone can do there if in a big group! Get every single dish in the menu and enjoy! Great service, atmosphere and food. Drink menu can be improved!

Zayed Khan: Great service. They pay close attention to the meats, and do the work for you, unlike many other places in the area. Also, the egg on the side is genius. Everyone should that, no-brainer!

Kelsey O'Donnell: Best Korean BBQ in KTown. Get the beef/pork combo, kimchi soup and kimchi pancake.

Kate: Excellent tasting menu – great portions, left comfortably full. Great mocktail selection as well. The staff is so attentive and nice, was a great ambiance!

Cherie Mok: Prime package was delicious and you can add potato noodle after you finish your meat! Service was excellent, will definitely be back!

Sam H: Amazing pork set, and get the side of spicy buckwheat noodles to compliment the meal!

Alex Rainert: Incredible Korean BBQ. Gets mobbed and there's no reservations or a bar to sit at so get there early. It's worth it.

13. Hortus

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Korean Restaurant

· NoMad · 13 tips and reviews

Shiyin Lin: Sea bass with miso eggplant and daikon 🥰

Max W.Max Wendkos: I’ve been here twice. The first time, everything I had was amazing. The second time, I ordered the same items and it was the worst-tasting meal I’ve ever had in New York. And the food made me sick. 🤢

Renaud #.Renaud #: New Korean-fusion restaurant with modern interior design. Our party of 4 ordered the humus, steak salad, crispy stuffed calamari for starters. We shared the seafood stew and the delicious ribeye 🥩