Been too long since you’ve had kimchi? Voice Places is the place for Korean cuisine in New York. Any neighborhood, any price range, it’s all here in the city’s most reliable database, with professional and user reviews to help you find the restaurant and menu right for you.
This Japanese-Korean grill-it-yourself spot distinguishes itself with a focus on offal--or horumon, meaning something that's thrown away. "Yakitori-horumon" (basically, grilled... More »
This bare-bones Korean joint specializes in soft tofu stews. Of the many options at Book Chang Dong to add to your bean curd-clam, oyster, oxtail, mushroom-classic kimchi... More »
This new Hell's Kitchen Korean restaurant, Danji, helmed by Hooni Kim, formerly of Masa and Daniel, is a 36-seat jewel box that maximizes every inch of space. Cleverly hidden in... More »
The garlicky skirt steak with kimchi rice and a fried egg wobbling on top is only one of many reasons this restaurant has so many devoted fans. The Good Fork's... More »
Named after the owner, this restaurant serves both traditional and non-traditional small and large plates, including pa jun (savory pancake), bi bimbap, the kim dog (homemade... More »
Intended to restore male vigor, the selection of dishes at the rustic Sol Bawoo runs to pork belly with raw oysters, goat dishes (including the cryptic "goat meat special... More »
In Midtown, there are dozens of cheap sushi parlors catering to office workers and tourists, and expensive ones aimed at Japanese businesspeople, but rarely do you go to a... More »
OK, the "best use of pig blood" category probably calls to mind Carrie, but what we had in mind is the North Korean blood sausage called soondae, the specialty of... More »
Manhattan's vibrant Koreatown has been infilling with all the subsidiary cuisines that you used to have to travel to Flushing for. Kum Ryong specializes in cha chiang mein, the... More »
This Brighton Beach miracle isn't much to look at, but it offers a fascinating and entirely obscure cuisine at bargain prices: the cooking of Korean expatriates to... More »
Servers trying to pass off a kitchen's laziness as whimsy will always tell you the food is going to "come out as it's ready," as if each small plate were a heavily medicated pop star and you were a hopeless fanboy. Don't fall for it. The appetizer-entrée format may be mostly dead (and good riddance to that old bore), but even a meal of shared plates will benefit from...
In the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05, the emperor stuck it to the czar. Japan tightened its grip on the Korean peninsula, and Korean refugees flooded Primorsky, the Russian maritime province to the north. Eventually, some transmigrated to far-off Uzbekistan and obtained work in the vast cotton fields. I can almost hear them singing, "Way down upon the Surxondaryo River, far, far...
If youve been pounding back steaks, chops, and burgers all winter in response to an animal need to ingest massive amounts of meat and fat, nows the time to lighten up your diet. And what better way than by concentrating on meats opposite, tofu?
Wait a minute! Isnt bean curd the blandest substance on earth? Fit for vegetarians and dyspeptics, who treat it as a...
To someone who loves Jazz and vintage like me, this place is just AMAZING! We can feel the groove anytime because they play Jazz everyday. Live performance takes place almost every night, and it's always filled with crowds. The best part is of course their seasoned Fried Chicken!! It's so crispy outside but tender and juicy inside. It goes well with both their...Read Full Review
Went to Takashi with my roommate and another friend with no expectations. It's open until midnight on Friday and Saturday which is awesome. Upon entering I noticed, most of the servers (and clientele) were not Japanese. This is usually a bit of a red flag for me, but I figured I'm in New York so probably not a reflection of the quality of food (it wasn't at...Read Full Review
Best Korean Fried Chicken Seasoned with Vinyl Jazz Happy Hour: Everyday 4-7pm $1 per Korean chicken wing Girls Night Out: Every Tuesday. Free Shot for Ladies Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/monomononyc Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/monomononyc Tumblr: http://monomononyc.tumblr.com Website: http://www.monomononyc.comRead Full Review
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city