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  • Steakhouse Korean $14-$45
  • 16 W. 22nd St.
    New York, NY 10010
  • Neighborhood: Flatiron
  • Phone: 212-401-7986
Simon Kim’s ingeniously simple idea was to combine the high-roller qualities of a grade-A American steakhouse with the rough-and-tumble comforts of classic Korean barbecue, and it works so well, you wonder why no one ever thought of it before. The key is the execution — from chef David Shim’s classic Korean specialties (the egg soufflé, the cold “Somyun” noodles in summertime, the housemade kimchee and sauces), to the well-mixed soju cocktails and extravagantly well-chosen wine list, to the beef itself, which is smartly advertised on the menu, and aged more or less to perfection in the large meat locker downstairs. The result is a stylish hybrid of both famous, slightly clichéd genres, which feels less like a gimmicky exploitation of one, or the other, than a weirdly satisfying improvement on both.
  • Hours

    Mon-Wed, 5pm-10:30pm Fri-Sat, 5pm-11:30pm Sun, closed

  • Prices


  • Payment

    American Express Discover MasterCard Visa

  • Special Features

    Design Standout Good for Groups Reservations Not Required Online Reservation

  • Alcohol

    Full Bar

  • Reservations


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