Korean Restaurant$$$$
NoMad, New York
  • Lily
    "... bass; tartare; corn; sunchoke; octopus; mackerel; pork jowl; panna cotta;..."(6 Tips)
    J L.
    "seasonal rice as stand outs."(4 Tips)
    Jenna O.
    "... tartare, squid, pork jowl), easy sharing menu, but oddly unfinished..."(5 Tips)
    David Z.
    "The eggplant, tartare, mackeral, chicken, pork jowel are all great."(8 Tips)
35 Tips and reviews
  • tartare
  • sunchoke
  • seafood
  • seasonal rice
  • pork jowls
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  • David Z.
    David ZhangAugust 17, 2016
    Been here 25+ times
    So many great dishes. The eggplant, tartare, mackeral, chicken, pork jowel are all great. Mix the egg (+truffle) and corn in with the seasonal rice and thank me later!
  • Jenna O.
    Jenna OdettAugust 26, 2016
    Some excellent dishes (cucumber with scallop, tartare, squid, pork jowl), easy sharing menu, but oddly unfinished decor. $36 for 3 dishes. Good Korean tapas.
  • Bin Y.
    Bin YangJuly 6
    $36 for 3 items off the menu. What a bang for your buck! The big standouts are the pork jowl and sunchoke. Surprisingly filling but you'll still have space for desserts. All cocktails include soju!
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  • Kiwi W.
    Kiwi WangNovember 9
    Such interesting bright flavors! Corn and egg were just as good as expectedz. The star was the pork jowl and the surprise of the night was the chicken with spicy peanut butter. SO crispy- mind blown!
  • J L.
    J LSeptember 5, 2016
    Terrific addition to the neighborhood. The Korean tapas were all delicious w/ scallop, little neck clam, egg, mackerel, pork jowl, and seasonal rice as stand outs. Too bad they don't serve makgeolli.
  • Amber V.
    Amber VittoriaAugust 21, 2016
    Been here 10+ times
    The entire menu is incredible. It's $36 for 3 dishes and amazing rice. The eggplant is the best.
  • jeffrey a.
    jeffrey arnoldOctober 19, 2016
    Awesome. Modernized Korean - a play on banchan - $36 for 3 courses. Everything was great, highlights: brisket, tartar, corn, clam. Nice wines by the glass.
  • Ashley C.
    Expect a fun dinner with a variety of small, pretty and creative dishes in an industrial environment. Definitely not your typical Korean fare, but I much preferred this to any restaurant in KTown.
  • Xinyan F.
    Xinyan FangDecember 4, 2016
    Chawanmushi with crispy quinoa and sea urchin is amazing! The chef is creative with the mix of ingredients and presentation. Great discovery!
  • A W.
    A WriterNovember 3
    Modern, nuanced Korean food in dainty portions. Excellent value for the quality of the cooking. The grey concrete decor may be too minimal for some: the place is reminiscent of a parking garage.
  • Kim P.
    Kim PhạmFebruary 18
    Stop everything you're doing and eat here. Don't sleep on: the corn, steamed egg + uni, pork, and seasoned rice.
  • Anissa
    AnissaDecember 20, 2016
    Amazing ambiance for the price point! Personal faves include the tartare, sunchoke, and octopus!
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinNovember 23, 2016
    Great Korean small plates: $36/person is a good deal for the quality. Best dishes: corn, fried chicken, octopus, pumpkin tart
  • Ryan
    RyanAugust 11, 2016
    Cucumber, Littleneck Clam, Seasonal Rice 🙌
  • Ebee D.
    Ebee DNovember 18, 2016
    Super yummy and the 6 plates for $36 is a great deal. It may not seem like a lot of food, but it is! Soju Drinks are just ok. Grüener wine option was good.
  • IrmaZandl T.
    Excellent food. Menu changes frequently. And I love the restaurant design. Super modern. Def will come back
  • Ryan M.
    Ryan MatznerNovember 16, 2016
    Go for the $2 upgrade from white to seaweed rice! Fried chicken and corn dishes were standouts.
  • Adela M.
    Adela MouNovember 4
    Go with 6 people and you can order the whole menu!
  • Micah C.
    Micah ChilesFebruary 19
    Every dish hit a high bar, but the two standouts were the sunchokes and littleneck clams
  • Sarah O.
    Sarah OakSeptember 8
    Lotus root, fried chicken with peanut sauce, and seaweed rice without hesitation!
  • Jonathan L.
    Jonathan LiuSeptember 11
    Finish the meal off with the Sujeonggwa Granita and a Corn Silk tea
  • Emily K.
    Emily K.November 3, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Familiar Korean flavors interpreted in innovative ways. Sleeper hit: the honey panna cotta.
  • Tiffany W.
    Tiffany WongAugust 13
    beautiful, interesting dishes but are hit/miss in terms of flavor payoff
  • Jaim
    JaimNovember 12, 2016
    Leek, little neck clam, tartare, egg with uni, sunchoke, fried chicken
  • Martin
    MartinMay 31
    Sunchokes w/ Oyster mushroom, Black Truffle, Orange
  • Dan P.
    Dan PakOctober 3, 2016
    Pear sangria is worth the headache it'll inevitably give you.
  • Ranu R.
    Ranu RajkarnikarOctober 19, 2016
    Beautiful space, friendly service and interesting takes on Korean small plates. The egg uni dish is a must. Also, loved the tartare. Affordable and great for a catch up dinner or date.
  • Martin
    MartinMay 31
    Octopus w/ Kimchi, Chorizo, Parsley
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinApril 9
    Yes: eggs, no: fluke crude (too fishy)
  • Geng L.
    Geng LiDecember 13, 2016
  • Caroline
    CarolineApril 7
    Choose three dishes with rice for $36
  • John K.
    John KAugust 16, 2016
    Liked NY Strip, Egg Custard, and Peanut Chicken. For me the Eggplant and the Tofu would have been better a little chilled.
  • William C.
    William ChoiJanuary 20
    Beef Tartar and Braised Beef
  • Lily
    Lily1 day ago
    NYT: "Recommended Dishes: Lotus root; black sea bass; tartare; corn; sunchoke; octopus; mackerel; pork jowl; panna cotta; sujeonggwa granita."
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    ❤️👌👌👌 best
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