Cote Korean Steakhouse
Sleek Korean steak specialist
Korean · Flatiron · $$$$
Dry-aged steaks are the focus of this upscale Korean chophouse from owner Simon Kim (Piora), where guests cook the meat over in-table grills and can go for the prix fixe option of the Butcher’s Feast, rounded out with lots of sides and ice cream at the end. The group-friendly setting is accented with dark tones and light woods, and has a central marble bar.
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hours Open Today · 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
location 16 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010, USA phone +1 212-401-7986 website directions Get Directions
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It's weird and cool to see a Korean BBQ restaurant that has so much hype and has received a Michelin star, notwithstanding the fact that it is located in NYC as opposed to LA. The butcher's feast represents great value - it comes with 4 types of meat, sides, 2 soups and dessert. Definitely get this and then add extra meat or food as necessary. The meat quality is excellent and you can cook to your preference of rare/medium. One thing is that I can't help but wonder how good it would be to cook meats of this quality on a charcoal fire rather than gas. One of the surprising highlights was the vanilla ice cream which comes with a soy-caramel dressing. We had to ask for more!
js1231 · June 10, 2018
Went here on a Saturday night to celebrate a friend's birthday. Late 10PM dinner and the place was still packed with more people coming in for dinner until about 11pm. Michelin star has this place buzzing. There were just 4 of us so we were seated in the larger dining room (not the booths) and our table was great. Like I said, it was packed but not too loud with a good atmosphere. Service could have been more attentive at times but to be expected when handling so many tables. We ordered the Butcher's feast and as everyone has said, it was great. The short rib at the end was the highlight, but all other meats were great. Sides were great and they refill some at no extra cost. Recommendations: 1) The tables near the window are tough to sit at if you have long legs. Request one of the tables closer to the bar area for more leg room; 2) The Old Fashioned cocktail on the menu is great; 3) Butcher's Feast is worth trying.
Shola A · May 23, 2018
Excellent Korean steakhouse. The cuts were totally worth their value as you bite into succulent chunks of perfection. These can be enjoyed on its own or mixed with some classic banchans (반찬-side dishes) that are served with your meat. Up to you! Vegetarians too can feast on a meat free version of the dishes available on the menu. You can book an early evening dinner and still be off to your next event without having to change clothes —thanks to the smokeless grills used on the tables.
Raphael Erik · May 20, 2018