Row 1

2 Harrison St (at Hudson St.)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 219-0900
$ $ $ $
Mon–Sat: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM

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  • The restaurant offers two different prices for each dish. The higher price denotes a standard size, and the lower price denotes a tasting size for those who like to mix and match. Via CityEats.com
  • Two Michelin stars
  • Try creamy sea urchin, Seoul duck, or lobster in a complex curry-like sauce. Desserts are delicate, and worth a taste. Green Guide Editor
  • Awesomely Korean Food!
  • One Michelin star.
  • Raspberry Cremeux is the best dessert!
  • Food is both beautiful and delicious, service is perfect. A must add special- occasion restaurant that is unique and off the beaten path. Get the pork belly and the uni with quinoa
  • Incredible food. Swooned over every dish.
  • 5 course w wine pairing is way to go!
  • Jung Sik Yim, who is said to be the first to apply the techniques of molecular gastronomy to Korean cuisine in Korea, returns to the U.S. to serve some of the same successful dishes here.
  • Amazing! Who knew fancy Korean could be good! Bit pricey, but worth it for a special treat!
  • We had the 125$ 5 course menu. I was most impressed with the sea urchin dish. Cod was very well made too. They also nailed their desserts menu. The hot corn dessert was to die for really.
  • Great food! Octopus was incredible. Fantastic experience. 2 stars well deserved
  • Excellent for a birthday celebration. Highlights included the tuna seaweed roll, and branzino. Also, excellent service. We like this better than jean George.
  • Tasting menu. Royal bimimbap.
  • Food is amazing but service is slooooooooow. Avoid the tasting menu unless you're ready to sit for four hours...(and counting) #foodcoma
  • Amazing and creative food with a Korean flair. Loved the banchan amuse bouche. Lobster and galbi dishes were delicious!!
  • The food really good but under pressure to order the food.. Coz u not really allow to order just 3 course which is to much for very skinny person feel sick in the end coz to much food
  • Really really interesting and unique experience. Elevated Korean done in a way that still honors the essence of Korean flavors.