Onjium
Onjium | Photo by Namustudio Heeki Min
Onjium | Photo by Namustudio Heeki Min

Onjium

New York
Korean Restaurant
$$$$
Available for Reservations

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Located on the second floor of Genesis House, a massive cultural center backed by the luxury Korean automotive company, Onjium is the recently opened NYC outpost of an award-winning Seoul restaurant celebrating royal Korean cuisine. With a focus on the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) and housed within an innovative space with its design inspired by a former palace, here, chefs/artisans Cho Eun Hee and Park Sungbae of the original location serve a traditional menu with contemporary interpretations for a fresh dining experience that’s an oasis in its extremely busy neighborhood. Along with signatures like the chilled dish Suranchae with seafood and sweet Korean pear in a pine nut sauce; Seolyamyeokjeok of grilled wagyu sirloin with chestnut; and desserts like the airy Bampyeon made with chestnut cream and custard, be sure to check out the building’s various concepts (futuristic floor-to-ceiling LED-lit stage, car showroom, tea pavilion) along with views of The High Line, Little Island, Hudson River, and more.

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