64 "Korean" Restaurants in New York.
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.
ChinGoo is a casual Korean restaurant in Williamsburg, and it’s great for a weeknight when you don’t feel like spending a ton on dinner.
Bunsmith is a Korean spot in Crown Heights, and it’s one of our favorite places for a good, quick meal for around $20 in the neighborhood.
Tamra Teahouse is a casual cafe in Crown Heights that makes very good Asian and African mashup dishes.
Kichin is a Korean restaurant in Bushwick that stays open late on weekends and serves some excellent fried chicken.
Kāwi is a restaurant in Hudson Yards from the Momofuku team that makes some really good Korean food.
Peach Mart is a convenience store inside the mall at Hudson Yards where you can pick up some kimbap or a katsu sandwich for a quick lunch.
Haenyeo is a walk-in-only spot in Park Slope with a fun atmosphere and some very good Korean food.