67 "Korean" Restaurants in New York.
Kjun is a takeout-and-delivery operation that makes delicious Korean-Cajun dishes on the Upper East Side.
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.
99 Favor Taste is a Chinese hot pot and Korean BBQ restaurant with a bunch of locations around NYC, including this New Dorp Lane spot on Staten Island
Ms. Ohho is a Greenpoint coffee shop that serves a full menu of tasty Korean dishes.
Ejen is a straightforward, counter-service Korean spot in Industry City. Try it for a quick lunch.
The Woo is a two-story Korean barbecue spot in Soho. It’s a little pricier than average, but the beef is great, and it isn’t hard to get into.
Kochi serves a very good nine-course Korean tasting menu for $75 in Hell’s Kitchen.