Restaurants, Korean Midtown West
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Welcome to miss KOREA BBQ on the 2nd Floor. We offer our guests COURSE meals inspired by nature and designed for an exquisite dining experience.

Experience elegance with pristine form and function with our 5-Course Dinner, 3-Course Lunch and 5-Course Brunch offerings. Appreciate an intricately selected menu of our establishment’s finest cuisines, exhibiting the very best of miss KOREA BBQ.


Venue name: miss KOREA BBQ
Address: 10 West 32nd Street<br>2nd Floor
New York
Price: $50 and over
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Maria M

Great Korean food in K-Town, but be prepared to pay a good amount of money! It's definitely worth it though, especially with the free refills on sides. Definitely a fun experience for fans of Korean BBQ or those who have never tried it!

Seol P

The best Korean restaurant in NYC with 3 floors serving different themes! Their clay pot galbi is a must!


First of all, I have never had a bad meal in ktown. That being said, there are some options that are truly exceptional, and miss korea is one of them. I had been here years ago on a deliriously late night celebrating the last day of my former job, but I don't think it would be fair to judge my experience based solely on that occasion (It was probably 12am and there were at least 8 of us), but from what I can recall, it was a freakin blast. I was here most recently celebrating my birthday with a couple friends, and although we ordered far too much we managed to eat all of it - including every grain of rice we could scrape from the bottom of the hot stone bowls that had previously contained bibimbap. Staff was super attentive and helped us manage our grill, we never feared anything being overcooked because the our server would pop up every couple minutes to turn meats and stir vegetables. The soju flowed and our bellies were filled. Despite noise levels being a little rowdy due to a particularly frat-boy-like clientele at a nearby table, it was truly enjoyable.