75 "Korean" Restaurants in New York.
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Hana Makgeolli is a taproom in Greenpoint serving Korean rice wine and drinking snacks.
Semicolon is a Korean-influenced cafe in Washington Heights with great sandos.
Jeju-Island is a Korean restaurant in Murray Hill, Queens that specializes in sushi and sashimi.
Tang is a Korean spot in Flushing with excellent seolleongtang. It’s also open 24/7.
Porcelain is a casual cafe in Ridgewood serving Korean, Taiwanese, and Chinese food all day.
Chick Chick on the UWS serves an entire menu dedicated to Korean fried chicken, and you should (in turn) dedicate yourself to their entire menu.
Mad For Chicken’s Forest Hills location is the best option for Korean fried chicken in the neighborhood.
Kjun is a takeout-and-delivery operation that makes delicious Korean-Cajun dishes in a basement kitchen in the East Village
Fat Buddha is a fun bar in the East Village serving excellent Korean-inspired bar food.
O:n° is a Korean restaurant in Nomad with excellent small plates and a couple of great hot pot stews to share.
Yoon Haeundae Galbi is a Korean BBQ spot in Midtown that's a great option for date nights and business dinners.
Mokyo is a Korean restaurant in the East Village that serves affordable small plates and alcoholic light-up Capri Suns.