2022: Manhattan Voted ATOMIX Best Korean Restaurant!
104 East 30th St
(646) 476-7217 – atomixnyc.com
Get a taste of authentic Korean cooking at ATOMIX in Kips Bay, selected as the best Korean restaurant in New York City. Chef Junghyun and manager Ellia Park, a husband and wife, hope to deliver to the world the best Korean food that money can buy — but don’t worry, because this restaurant won’t break your bank with their fair prices. “Atomix, a follow-up to their well-loved firstborn Atoboy, is a place where guests can really dive deep into Chef Park’s cuisine through a tasting menu that is inspired by Korean traditions and technique,” they say. With 2-Stars in the Michelin Guide, you know you’re getting the best quality ingredients, and a superb dining experience every time. A
2021: Manhattan Voted Barn Joo 35 Best Korean Restaurant!
Barn Joo 35
34 W 35th St, New York
(212) 564-4430 – https://www.barnjoo.com/
If you are looking for authentic Korean cuisine in the city, then look no further then Barn Joo 35. In Korean, Barn Joo means drinks accompanied with your meal. The staff at Barn Joo 35 hope to create a welcoming place for you and your loved ones to eat, drink and enjoy what life has to offer. Start off your meal with its tuna mayo tartare, steamed buns or crunchy tofu. Order up the signature rice bowl with a wide choice of meat from chicken to duck, or the fisherman’s noodle soup. For the main course, the braised octopus is a must try and you certainly can’t go wrong with the pork belly. Compliment your feast with both classic and original cocktails to make for a truly memorable night out!
2020: Manhattan Voted Her Name is Han Best Korean Restaurant!
Her Name is Han
17 E 31st St
(212) 779-9990 – www.hernameishan.com
Get a taste of authentic Korean home cooking at Her Name is Han, selected as the best Korean restaurant in New York City. The founders aimed to create a home away from home for the growing number of Korean and Korean-Americans working and studying in the city. Her Name is Han’s mission is to remove the “commercial components” that are standard to other eateries and use traditional Korean ingredients and recipes. For brunch, enjoy dishes like spicy curry chicken with a buckwheat crepe, beef bulgogi and mini seafood hotpot. For dinner, dine on small plates of kimchi pancakes with soft poached eggs and corn and potato croquettes with green salad and main dishes like cod steak with creamy kimchi-dijon mustard sauce and fire-grilled marinated chicken in garlic sauce.