3/25/2013 10:58:00 AM

New York City's 8 Best Korean Restaurants

A dish at Danji
With the opening of the massive Barn Joo and the critical success of Hanjan, Korean cuisine is having a moment in New York City. These new joints elevate the fare and should attract a new wave of curious diners, but will their innovative takes be enough to rank them among the city's best? Koreatown might be a small series of blocks, but it's still pretty crowded. Click through the slide show to see which joints are tops according to our 2013 New York City Restaurants guide, and let us know your favorite in the comments.

10 comments :

  1. Danji ?? #1?? What the......

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  2. The best authentic Korean food in Koreatown is Kun Jip.

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  3. gahm mi oak made the list! nice.

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  4. Wrong!!! Manhattan has the WORST Korean Food. Clearly, the writer is NOT Korean. Su Ra Chung in Flushing has the BEST Korean Food that can be matched to L.A Koreatown's Korean Food which is 90% close to what Seoul offers!!

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    1. flushing is not in nyc.. read well.. The title of this article is NYC's 8 best Korean restaurant..

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    2. NYC encompasses the five boroughs, including Flushing, Queens.

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  5. why does he "keep using quotation marks"? this is an impossible article "to read" because of all the bizarre and "uncalled for" quotation marks. was it written by "an insane person"?

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  6. @"orlando" I'm not "sure" but he may "be quoting" the zagat "guide"!

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  7. flushing is part of nyc ... nyc consists of 5 boros... flushing beimg a community within....

    did you mean to say manhattan ? go back to newfoundland the galapagos or where you hail from ... dont return until your facts are straight

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