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COTE Korean Steakhouse - Restaurant coréen étoilé Michelin à New York

COTE Korean Steakhouse est un restaurant coréen étoilé Michelin situé à New York. Nous proposons une cuisine coréenne raffinée, avec des plats tels que le barbecue coréen, le steakhouse coréen et des spécialités asiatiques. Notre menu Butcher's Feast est un must-do, avec des saveurs profondes et marquées qui représentent la quintessence de la cuisine coréenne. Nous sommes le seul restaurant coréen au monde à avoir une étoile Michelin, et notre viande est de première qualité. Nous avons une belle carte de vins et des cocktails artisanaux pour accompagner votre repas. Réservez dès maintenant pour découvrir le meilleur de la cuisine coréenne chez COTE Korean Steakhouse!

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"Best steak house in North America "

@aharmand

"Super steakhouse mais un peu cher"

@claireninou

"Korean Steakhouse. Walked by and it looked great with super cozy cabana outside. "

@virginieusa

"korean bbq. the best in town (or at least one of the best.) xx the staff’s service is lowk bad sometimes but rhe food is bomb.commmm and yeah a reservation is needed. "

@hmizz

"Supposedly one of the best steak houses in the world "

@flytoabeach

"Went after cryoem workshop. Cool dark vibes"

@carolinawinemixer

""Korean-born Simon Kim opened Cote as a joyful celebration of his home country’s love for beef allied with his admiration for the great American steakhouse. Just head downstairs and admire the meats hanging in the aging room. The space also breaks the norm in its mien—dark, moody and atmospheric. There’s a comprehensive wine list too, which, if you look close enough, offers nuggets of value. (Downstairs is their ersatz speakeasy, Undercote.) First-timers should go for the “Butcher’s Feast” featuring different cuts of beef, an egg soufflé, and enough banchan to cover your table. Meats are first presented raw for you to admire; your server then oils the grill and expertly cooks them. A supporting cast of kimchi and ssamjang merely elevate their flavor. ONE STAR." Korean barbecue meets US steakhouse in Most diners order the prix-fixe butcher's this unique fusion restaurant launched in feast - four cuts that come with Korean 2017, where the high-quality beef shares accompaniments such as ssamjang and a menu with bibimbap and fermented-soy kimchi. There are more than 1,200 labels stew. Interiors are dark and muted, and the on an exhaustive wine list, and the mostly red lights in the downstairs ageing room fruity cocktails served at the oval-shaped are said to make the meat look sexier. Cook island bar range from a classic Mai Tai to your own dry-aged (a few options by longer a frosé adorned with paper flamingos. than 110 days) beef on smokeless yakiniku 16 W 22nd Street, T212 401 7986, grills embedded in the soapstone tables. www.cotenyc.com"

@matthewes

""Korean-born Simon Kim opened Cote as a joyful celebration of his home country’s love for beef allied with his admiration for the great American steakhouse. Just head downstairs and admire the meats hanging in the aging room. The space also breaks the norm in its mien—dark, moody and atmospheric. There’s a comprehensive wine list too, which, if you look close enough, offers nuggets of value. (Downstairs is their ersatz speakeasy, Undercote.) First-timers should go for the “Butcher’s Feast” featuring different cuts of beef, an egg soufflé, and enough banchan to cover your table. Meats are first presented raw for you to admire; your server then oils the grill and expertly cooks them. A supporting cast of kimchi and ssamjang merely elevate their flavor. ONE STAR." Korean barbecue meets US steakhouse in Most diners order the prix-fixe butcher's this unique fusion restaurant launched in feast - four cuts that come with Korean 2017, where the high-quality beef shares accompaniments such as ssamjang and a menu with bibimbap and fermented-soy kimchi. There are more than 1,200 labels stew. Interiors are dark and muted, and the on an exhaustive wine list, and the mostly red lights in the downstairs ageing room fruity cocktails served at the oval-shaped are said to make the meat look sexier. Cook island bar range from a classic Mai Tai to your own dry-aged (a few options by longer a frosé adorned with paper flamingos. than 110 days) beef on smokeless yakiniku 16 W 22nd Street, T212 401 7986, grills embedded in the soapstone tables. www.cotenyc.com"

@matthewes

"Kbbq. Reservations 30 days in advance 10am"

@spencer.saldana8

"really good. Could skip the paella since the butchers feast was so filling "

@coralchan

"Michelin On a réservé Barbuc koreen Butcher feast 68/pers environ "

@mathilde.jalon

"Sehr leckeres Korean BBQ. Kimchi ein muss!"

@alicia98

"Michelin Star and so good! "

@ckcaulkins14

"Fun place to have dinner with friends! Felt like it was overpriced "

@mncherry

"BBQ coréen chouette extérieur "

@zozoezo

"only michelin starred kbbq place in the world "

@maddiexfang

"Estrella Michelin Menu 69 per person"

@txells.pique

"Korean steakhouse. Tasting is great value. Vibe is a lil in your face"

@jbriel

"Meilleur bbq Korean according to Martin "

@mmepipou

"65$ for meat, sides and dessert"

@virgisfoodadventures

"Micheilin star, $65 per person"

@erstewart5

"Michelin star kbbq place (flat iron district nyc), $65 for abt 4 cuts of meat, sides, and dessert. Expensive but have to try "

@rxsh21

"What is it? A sleek, marble-washed, chef-favorite Korean steakhouse from Michelin-starred restaurateur Simon Kim. Why go? Chef David Shim (M. Wells Steakhouse, Kristalbelli) puts a shine on standards like shrimp cocktail with gochujang-spiked tartar sauce, and studs the steak tartare with cubes of Asian pear. Bring your besties for the Butcher’s Feast, a flashy spread of seasonal banchan, two stews (spicy kimchi, fermented soy-tofu) and a daily-changing rotation of four steaks fired on gold-rimmed table grills. "

@dapro

"Delicious! 김치찌개 insane, so was meat and kimchi fried rice. Best kbbq I’ve ever had"

@emily_ees

"Corean. Reservation needed."

@irmagique

"Pas encore tester le restaurant mais le bar en sous sol est très bien 🤩 "

@olivier3p

"Korean BBQ (Pavan or Mary)"

@ninashopper

"it's really high quality kbbq...but at the end of the day it's still kbbq to me. not really worth the price IMO."

@jcheung

"Très bon resto coréen 1 étoile au guide Michelin. Menu bbq dans les $50/pers. "

@paulinegib

"Carne grigliata direttamente al tavolo, superlativa! Ottimo il Korean Bacon! Sides difficili! "

@biancamaria.dicrisci

"Butchers taster menu is well worth the price, great dining experience "

@ellieruthharris

"Fancy Korean bbq $$$ but has a $64 prefix"

@adonnelly711

"Super fancy. Cook the steak in front of you. Very good but a lot. "

@ella212

"Amazing meatz they cook it for you yummy"

@andreaxo

"Upscale Korean steakhouse featuring tables with smokeless grills, plus an extensive wine list."

@margaretannritter

"The Original Butcher’s Feast"

@mferrojr

"Very cool Korean restaurant. Didn’t eat but looked super good. Would recommend. Take papy here "

@nourfarouk2000

"Korean bbq mixed with classic American steakhouse - 1200 wines - craft cocktails ***really want to go"

@keegan.giannoni

"Top restaurant coréen. Une très belle carte de vins. Assez bruyant "

@valerie.fernandez

"Excellent resto coréen à New York ... mais un peu bruyant !"

@gboussingault

"upscale korean bbq with top quality meat"

@arnaud.filliol

"Réserver en avance. Butcher Feast"

@elie.olivennes

"Pour déguster une fondue coréenne, réalisé dans les règles de l’art dans un décor minimaliste."

@sss0jung

"Korean BBQ/ steakhouse w Michelin star"

@oliviadebany

"Upscale Korean BBQ. The “basket” menu is an insane value for quality and quantity of food."

@rebeccameyer23

"Pour déguster une fondue coréenne, réalisé dans les règles de l’art dans un décor minimaliste."

@khidasheli

"Chef David Shim generates one star"

@gyllenspetz

"Pour déguster une fondue coréenne, réalisé dans les règles de l’art dans un décor minimaliste."

@cyrielleforkure

"This hotspot combines the dining experience of Korean Barbeque with the atmosphere of a classic American Steakhouse"

@dauphinelle

"You cook your own steak at the table in this sleek upscale Korean restaurant!"

@margotthespy

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