Jungsik
Upscale Korean spot with modern decor
Korean · TriBeCa · $$$$
The Zagat Review
4.7
Food
4.5
Decor
4.6
Service
 
“Each dish is a piece of art” at this “high-end” TriBeCa Korean whose “meticulously prepared” fusion bites take “many twists and turns” and can be sampled in “sublime” yet “accessible” tasting menus presented by an “attentive” staff; the subtle, “elegant” space suits the “special experience” , though “you’ll pay for it” when the bill arrives.
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hours Open Today · 5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Chevron
Monday
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Tuesday
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Wednesday
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Thursday
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Friday
5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Saturday
5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Sunday
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
location 2 Harrison St, New York, NY 10013, USA phone +1 212-219-0900 website www.jungsik.com directions Get Directions
What To Order
Tasting menu
Crispy red snapper
Bulgogi egg
Insider Tip
Every dish on the menu comes in a regular portion as well as a smaller one (each priced accordingly) – perfect for those who like to try a bit of everything.
Known For
Private rooms
Zagat Mentions of Jungsik
Google Reviews
4.6
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Top notch. If you make a reservation they will call you and ask if it's for a special occasion and if so, customize some items for you. I value those kinds of good surprises very heavily. We opted for the signature menu, and every course was unique and enjoyable. I don't particularly like caviar or mushrooms but at Jungsik they're taken to a different level and I cleared every plate. The highlights for me were the octopus, the tuna seaweed wrap, and the frozen banana. Portion size was just enough - keeps you wanting the next course yet you're not overly stuffed at the end. Service was impeccable and our captain was friendly and has a great handshake. Quite an experience.
Bryce Hufnal · October 9, 2017
Words aren't enough to describe what a fantastic experience this was. Yes it isn't cheap. But ignore that for a brief moment and simply enjoy what they have to offer. From thee service to the food. Formal but friendly service and food that hints at Korean while very suitable to the North American palate.
Chef J Maw · October 8, 2017
Although I arrived at late hours (only half hour before closing time), I received one of the most ...complaisant service in my very short restaurant going history. I then ordered the seasonal menu ($125 or so maybe? I don't remember), five courses. I'd like to say every one is exquisite, except a few personal grudges. Their cocktail list featured in some Korean style beverages, it's not bad, but nothing you can't miss. Another thing worth praising is their control of portions of each dishes: not stingy but keep you expecting for the next. I was afraid I'm gonna feel starved like in some other expensive restaurants, I even begged for bread once (they don't have it)...but after finishing the five course, I feel just fine.
X Li · September 12, 2017