Here at New Wonjo, enjoy authentic Korean barbecue in the heart of the Koreatown in New York City.
Really good Spicy Pork Bibimbap.
If you don't get bbq the line is usually shorter for the downstairs area. Get a few dishes including the budae jigae to split with friends!
Average to good. Not exactly what I expected.
Insanely packed and delicious all at once.
Marinated prime and short rib, spicy pork! Incredible BBQ
Near empire state building. İts a korean barbecue restaurant. Meat, shripms and all other dishes are extremely delicious. Must try here at least one night
Beat Korean BBQ in NYC
Superb bbq and bibimbap, I wish we had at least nearly as good korean places in europe, too.
I tried a few in pursuit of best Korean bbq, and this one, although not without its faults, is the best. Plus real coals!
The second floor with the charcoal-powered grills is a must. Be prepared to wait and come hungry. Those meat plates are better eaten there than an at home the next day.
Best Korean BBQ in Manhattan!
I should have checked pictures before ordering - bibimbap comes with 10 side dishes!! And complimentary fluffy egg. And melon as dessert. Try also Michelin recommended dumplings
Try the Bibim Bop.
The bibimbap is okay, there are better places. Service was spotty.
Good variety of banchan and awesome ojinguh dupbap, my goto dish
Had to wait a pretty long time for our table even though we called ahead, but the food was delicious
Sat for 20 minutes without being served. The people behind us who came in AFTER us received their food before anyone even came to our table. Smh- we left.
The last page of the menu lists all the vegetarian items in one place
Competitive street here in K-Town; a worthy competitor. 6 plates of banchan + salad. Tasty sushi. Gobdol bibimbap on point. Nice sake & soju list.
hungry for money kinda restaurant. It has generic korean food. Nothing is really good but nothing is really bad.
Good tofu soup!
Delicious! We got the meat mania platter, the fried dumplings, and the kimchi pancake. Everything food was fantastic! The dumpling sauce was the best.
The Kim Chi is so good!
Slowest service and longest wait times in Koreatown. Also, if you ask them to BBQ for you, they will probably burn the meat.
The lunch pork with special kimchi was hot and delicious
The Korean BBQ meat is delicious but they don't let you cook it yourself.
open 24/7!! the meat mania is pretty good. (nice variety) their ban chan(side dishes) r not bad ;) bulgogi dolsot bibimbop is also yummy.
Good korean food :)
One of the best Korean BBQ spots in the area. They use real coals, which I think enhances the flavor. Definitely will come back. Also, the spicy pork is actually... really spicy.
My fav resto in ktown. Stews that are like happiness in a bowl and quality bbq. There's a reason there's always a wait at this spot. So good!
Great Korean BBQ with real coals. We got the mega meat special, which was plenty of food for four.
Wooden charcoal bbq
this place supposedly is a top favorite but for me it was just ok, had the kimchi bibim bop as an entree and I didn't really like it, the grill part was awesome though especially the pork belly
Mool neng myun is this delicious cold noodle soup, it's definitely a vinegar base and delicious! Also beef number 3. Recommend for sure
Best KBBQ because they use wood chips vs a gas grill like other places. Wear layers, it gets warm! Expect a wait no matter what.
Really excellent authentic Korean food. The bibimbap was delish and they give out a whole assortment of yummy side dishes.
Best spot for Korean food these days. I like the BBQ and the buddae jjigae for one.
The Korean BBQ done at your table is amazing
Abalone porridge is sharable with up to 3 people as its portion is really big.
Open 24hours everyday. Selling no alcoholic drinks after 4 am.
Spicy pork noodles.. goooddd
We come here for spicy octopus hotpot, the kimchi jigae and bbq beef. The service is attentive and polite. You may have to wait a few minutes for a table but it is worth it!
24 hrs! Upstairs for bbq
Worth the wait!! Must try
Korean food, sushi, everything taste good
Cold buckwheat noodles weren't just cold, they're actually on ice. Definitely unexpected. Bibimbap and veggie dumplings were well above average though. And the free k-BBQ appetizers were great!
Known to be visited by big shots, but i still think LA korean bbq places are still better (and cheaper)
Kimchi, fried rice