2 Harrison St.
New York, NY 10013Neighborhood:
TriBeCa - Downtown
KoreanPrice: $50 and over
- Dining Style: Fine Dining
- Website: http://jungsik.kr/#hello
- Phone: (212) 219-0900
- Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Contemporary Korean, Korean
- Executive Chef: Jung Sik Yim
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: Jung Sik offers an intimate private dining room ideal for small corporate events or special occasions.
- Private Party Contact: Kyungmoon Kim 2122190900x
- Special Events: Intimate private dining room available perfect for smaller groups, families and business meetings.
Private dining area available for parties up to 20.
- Cross Street: Hudson
- Public Transit: Subway
JUNGSIK is located on the corner of Hudson and Harrison
From the local 1 train it is the Franklin Street Station. Walk one block west on Franklin street to Hudson street, and head south till you see Harrison st.
The Chambers Street Station (1,2,3 or A, C trains) is a short four block walk away. (just head north on Hudson)
- Parking: Street Parking
A word from JUNGSIK
JUNGSIK offers a modern and unique Korean cuisine by innovative Chef Yim whom the New York Times has christened "The Pioneer of Modern Korean." This landmark Seoul experience is now offered at his TriBeCa flagship (former Chanterelle space), where bold flavors and playful culinary offerings abound. Jungsik brings the innovations of French cuisine and new Spanish movements into the Korean realm while staying true to big and bold familiar flavors of Korea.Continued
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- Diners' Choice WinnerBest Food
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JUNGSIK reviews from OpenTable diners
128 reviews since July 26, 2014
- Ambiance4.6Noise LevelQuiet
fit for foodies (95)special occasion (93)romantic (70)notable wine list (55)neighborhood gem (27)good for groups (14)hot spot (12)great for outdoor dining (3)late-night find (2)kid-friendly (1)Show More
- Another Great DinnerGeorgeDined on 11/19/2014This was my third or fourth visit. Once again food and service were perfect. I love the room. This is one of my favorite special occasion restaurants in NYC. And they have very respectable wine list for those who appreciate wine.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Absolutely perfect!TastingNYVIPDined on 11/15/2014Everything was amazing! This was one of the best dining experiences I've had, and I've dined at all of the 3-Michelin-star restaurants (Jungsik deserves a third star!). We enjoyed the tasting menu, and every course was memorable. The service was perfect as well (and I have annoyingly high standards for service). I can't wait to return and have already recommended Jungsik to others. (Note: The Royal Bibimbap is paradise in a bowl.)Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best dining experience in NYJayteekayDined on 11/14/2014I visited some of the 3 and 2 stars michelin restaurants in NY and I like Jungsik the best. You have a choice of tasting menu or you use the al la carte menu and make your own 3, 4 or 5 courses. As I do not eat a lot, I found completing a full tasting menu to be a real challenge (meaning a waste). At Jungsik, when you order a dish, you can also specify whether you want the regular or small portion. The service is terrific. They are all very attentive to our needs. The sommelier introduced us to different wines at our price range. Great recommendations. As for the food, they are all very good. That night, we tried the octopus, the oyster, sea urchin rice, royal bibimap rice, crispy snapper, and wagyu beef steak. By the time we were done, we shared a dessert. Just enough food for us for the evening. I will definitely go back again.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food, extremely expensiveYotravVIPDined on 11/7/2014Small portions, excellent quality. That is all good and I don't mind the high prices but I left hungry. Wine list very expensive.Special Features:
- korean fushionConYDined on 11/5/2014The marinated kalbi was really good. good place for ppl to start to know and love krn cuisines in an "indie pop" style.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent service and food!jvenezuelaDined on 11/5/2014My girlfriend and I ate here on a weekday night. I requested a corner booth when I made the reservation so we could sit next to each other and they honored it. We did the tasting menu and ordered a half bottle of red wine, as requested by the waiter: he (and the rest of the staff as well) answered all of our questions about the food and restaurant extremely knowledgeably. The food was delicious: my favorite was the octopus and the steak and hers was the fish and the creme brulee. Overall, a fantastically delicious 3 hour experience. For a romantic dinner on a special occassion, I can't find any aspect to fault Jungsik. I'd definitely embark on their journey again!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- perfect!WenZhuoVIPDined on 10/28/2014We have been many times to Jungsik and we have never been disappointed. Great service, delicious food, Korean inspired with the addition of a modern Western presentation and ingredients, and an outstanding list of wine by the glass made this another memorable evening. The quality of this place is hard to beat, one of the best places for great food in New York. We will certainly come back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great experience.OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/25/2014We recently had dinner at Jungsik and can wholeheartedly recommend it to other foodies. Great service, great food and great wine. Not cheap, but worth it!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great as AlwaysChuckD105VIPDined on 10/20/2014Every trip I make to New York I dine at Jungsik. The food and wine pairings are spectacular.Special Features:
- good but not amazingjozoDined on 10/18/2014some of the tasting menu dishes were really good, some less. overall i missed the wow - factor and the service was odd- polite but just not super on the point and a bit too casual. I did seem like they were making an effort though, so its not like they had a bad attitude. the place and decor were nice and on the quiet side where you can have a conversation and relax.Special Features:
- A Culinary TreatWoodieVIPDined on 10/18/2014Every bite was a culinary treat. The big/small portion options were a bit confusing, but if you order an appetizer, small rice, and two small entrees (I had the crispy red snapper and gabli) you will feel full. I would recommend trying two small entrees instead of one big entree to give you more food to taste. The mushroom appetizer was flavor filled, and the pork in the bossam rice was delicious. My entire meal was filled with unique, complex flavors that contrasted well. Also, recommended Bordeaux wine paired nicely with the food.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- not really Korean foodpokaipareraDined on 10/16/2014Up market stylized Korean themes, very good too, lovely presentations, taste treats and great service.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wished Korean food could taste..cravemeDined on 10/16/2014...like this. Quality ingredients. Quality techniques and service. Just hands down great. If only all Korean restaurants in nyc can serve this level of cuisine. The only con was price. Usually Korean food historically was never expensive. To be catapulted to another price world is tough. To pay 95 bux for a truffle bibimbap I thought was excessive, especially when it just tasted like mushroom risotto. Still. It's an experience to at least try once.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/8/2014Excellent - elegant ambiance, delicious food, attentive and professional service.Special Features:
- Get the SnapperCateInNYCDined on 10/7/2014My date and I tried the set menu $160 rather than a la carte ~$40/plate partly because it's difficult to know what to choose. Reviews rave about all the dishes. Having tried 9 courses and 3 extra desserts, I would say that their notably best dishes were the red snapper and the amuse bouche. A third of the other dishes were stronger in seasoning than you'd expect in fine dining; this is because they originate from Korean dishes where the strong sauces are absorbed by more protein than are given here. The bulgogi dish was especially salty because it's more of a soup than a marinate on pork. The galbi was too rare for my taste. The other true stand out was the superior service. You can definitely take a date here and have a wonderful time.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Exquisite experience everelliaVIPDined on 10/6/2014Beautiful presentations, and each course is subtle and rich in flavor. The royal rice and lobster is absolutely my favorite. Excellent wine paring and the service was top. The best overall dining experience in NYC! Thanks for making a beautiful anniversary!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Inventive menu, sterile atmosphereTorontofoodieDined on 10/1/2014flawlessly presented and interesting tastes. The chef is an artist and the dishes were unique. The bibimbap was basically mushroom risotto with Parmesan and truffles ...is this Korean? Only negative was that the staff were silent and subservient and not all that lively. They appear almost automatons and sucked the air from the room a bit. It was a very quiet and formal restaurant, and we are used to more casual relationship with staff, even in high end places.Special Features:
- Simply awsome..!Gabos1972VIPDined on 9/30/2014The whole environment was amazing...food, ambiance, service......the course is the perfect fit for a different taste.Special Features:
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 9/26/2014though quite costly a nice place to have dinner for special occasion or if you are into food....the cuisine is well worth a visit!Special Features:
- Very upscale Korean!CarolynSVIPDined on 9/19/2014We enjoyed a very interesting dinner at Jungsik. The menu was very original -- a choice between a 9 course tasting menu (for $160 per person) or an a la carte menu selected from five different categories of food. While the restaurant is pricey, it was a treat to try some excellent Korean specialties in a very elegant atmosphere (formerly, the home of Chanterelle).Special Features:
- tout simplement parfait!NQR123Dined on 9/18/2014Un restaurant haut de gamme à la cuisine très recherchée, des accords mets-vins exceptionnels, un cadre épuré et raffiné... What else! Un très bon moment.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Jungsik fanCPwiseVIPDined on 9/15/2014This was our second visit to Jungsik, the first time we really liked it very much, and coming back not only confirm the good food but also the ambience and service, what we really liked was the quality of the food, and the portions, you can eat small or regular portions and also as many dishes as you want, i reccomend to taste at least four dishes and maybe three smalls and one regular, the short rib was amazong, also the fishes and the appetizers, definetely we'll come back, and if you caan bring your own bottle.Special Features:
- 3 is a crowdacriticDined on 9/13/2014This was the third time I dined here, the second time I came back I was warmly welcomed and service was impeccable. Not this time, and food was not as amazing as on both earlier occasions. This a beautiful place for a special occasion.Special Features:
- Food was exquisiteBettyDined on 9/13/2014Truly deserving of its 2 michelin star rating. I probably couldn't eat it everyday because it is quite rich but perfect for an evening date. The chef's tasting menu was $160.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- JungsikAngeDined on 9/12/2014Fried oyster was really good. And the service was good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- pretentious and expensiveelmicaelVIPDined on 9/10/2014food is good, so is the wine list. the prices are out of line, and they market this ridiculous wine per glass serving technology that makes for a very awkward demonstration and does not fit the pretensions of the place.Special Features:
- Worth every penny!gregVIPDined on 9/10/2014Everything was absolutely wonderful. We were four foodies and everybody thought it was great. When do you ever see that? Not cheap but worth every penny!Special Features:
- Korean ExcellencestoneaveatsDined on 9/9/2014Dinner was brilliant; wines were excellent; service was attentive; but unobtrusive. We came two days in a row and we were delighted each time. The first day we had the tasting menu and the second we chose from the a la carte menu - both splendid - food delicate and very pleasing. I would suggest sitting in the front room only because the back room can get noisy if you have the misfortune of sharing that room with loud diners.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- fabulousOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 9/6/2014We had a fabulous dinner at Jungsik. Each dish was spectacular, especially the sea urchin.Special Features:
- ExcellentWestchesterFoodieDined on 8/29/2014Every course of the tasting menu was divine. Truly enjoyed every minute at the restaurant!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best Korean AmericanToydocDined on 8/29/2014Delicious food although the portions are small; avoid the fixed price menu and stay with individual choices.Special Features:
- Always a great experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 8/27/2014Our third time here, 2nd time celebrating our anniversary here. We tried the tasting menu this time. It was fantastic. Consistent excellence at Jungsik. We we will back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Consistently exceptionalcaliforniafoodiesVIPDined on 8/25/2014Wow--and then some. Each bite is full of flavor and the presentations are exquisite.Special Features:
- Beautiful foodMag12Dined on 8/23/2014We went for a dinner to Jungsik to celebrate my birthday. It is a perfect place for such an occasion - very elegant but not heavy at all. It really deserves Michelin stars as the food is just beautiful.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful date nightclemmyDined on 8/23/2014This was our first Michelin star restaurant experience. We were celebrating and wanted to do something special. I had a reservation for a Saturday night. It was pretty busy, but not overcrowded. The service was top notch. We weren't too hungry so we chose not to do the tasting menu, and instead, based on our server's recommendation, got four things each, all the smaller sized portions. Our favorites were the sea urchin, yellowtail, octopus, galbi, and the oysters. We also had the pineapple dessert and the green tea, which we both loved. At the end, they brought out a little bonsai tree box and inside there were a few little desserts (mini macarons, chocolates, and financiers). Overall, wonderful dining experience.Special Features:
- Outstanding !BernieDined on 8/22/2014The restaurant is excepcionaly good ! Everything ! The presentation of the food is great.Special Features:
- SuperbEdelbevanDined on 8/16/2014Dishes to please the eye, tastebuds and mind...intelligently designed and executed with intense, rich flavors. Amazing wines by the glass and half bottle. Loved the seating area also that we were given, a rounded booth for two. Comfy and solved the perennial problem of one of us facing the wall. Standouts: Royal Bibimbop and Jungsik steak. Corn creme brulee amazing. We did the tasting menu, which is deceiving -- even though the artistically presented portions are small, the nine courses add up to quite a feast. Service was friendly and warm while still conveying the seriousness with which the chef and staff take the food.Special Features:
- Excellent service!dhoeDined on 8/16/2014The staff was very attentive, helpful and knowledgeable. The food was very good and plates were a work of art. My girlfriend and I had a wonderful experience.Special Features:
- One of a kindLordBritishVIPDined on 8/11/2014I enjoy finding and dining at great restaurants. JUNGSIK is a great restaurant! Their unbelievable creativity in flavor combinations, presentations and service make this one of the finest and most unique dining experiences I have ever had. This restaurant deserves far more fanfare than it currently receives. While Korean cuisine rarely comes to at least my mind, when thinking of extraordinary dining... JUNGSIK should should be put on everyone's lists of extraordinary places to dine.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Elegant and Amazingglass006Dined on 8/9/2014Truly a great find in Tribeca. Pricey but well worth it!Special Features: