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Koy is an eclectic restaurant and bar, aimed at creating a unique experience for locals and tourists alike- a true blend of old-world Korean cuisine paired with fresh, international flavors. With influences that hail from half a world away, our duty is to find the perfect combination of flavors an ingredients to achieve the perfect dish. Koy provides a playful and exciting atmosphere, offering delicious food, specialty crafted cocktails, and excellent service in the middle of Boston's busiest neighborhood.
$15 - $30
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Table Service, Accepts Credit Cards
I came here for the sushi, waited an hour, got seated and was told by my waitress that there was absolutely no sushi. A total waste of time. Next time there is a whole part of the menu unavailable the host should be letting people...More
Had dinner at Koy last night with another couple. Had some amazing flavors. First of all when they tell you something is hot and spicy, believe them! I've often gone to other Asian inspired restaurants and ordered the Drunken noodles and the menu indicates it's...More
The food came fast. They used REAL everything from plates, to sauce container, cutlery, and napkins! They did not even serve plastic straws! I love it because they seem very aware of the plastic pollution and climate crisis we face! Their coconut shrimp is everything!...More
Came here for a business lunch and really liked the menu. Broad set of Korean fare, as well as sushi, though the sushi choices were limited. Great choices of dumplings - I would recommend the lobster/cream cheese and the pork/tofu ones specifically. Sushi was fine....More
We were on an All-Day Boston Tour (highly recommend) and this area was where we stopped for lunch break. This restaurant is located near a big MARKET section filled with arts & crafts, fresh fruits & vegetables, and a HUGE enclosed Food Court with every...More
Our server was inattentive. He brought one drink with a chipped rim glass, and once he finally returned after a while we were able to get a new drink. The restaurant was not busy and had only three or four tables with customers. No reason...More
Date of visit: December 2018
Kaitlyn M, Manager at Koy, responded to this reviewResponded January 2, 2019
I am so sorry to hear that you had a bad experience when you dined with us. If you don't mind me asking do you remember who your server was? Did you dine with us on the 30th, or another day? Our staff...More
We were so excited that we found a restaurant that could accommodate our group of 8 last minute in Boston--unfortunately, we found out why. The food was mediocre at best. The atmosphere was lovely, however, the constant music blaring loudly in the background made it...More
Date of visit: December 2018
Climber52660688383, Owner at Koy, responded to this reviewResponded December 30, 2018
I'm so sorry you did not enjoy your experience at my restaurant. It saddens me to hear this, especially since I work so hard to try and make Koy a wonderful place for people to visit. If you don't mind me asking, when...More
Visited Koy last night for dinner with the family.. great food and very attentive service .. food was bought to the table piping hot, water glasses were constantly filled and waitress came by multiple times to check on us .. had a selection of food...More
Date of visit: November 2018
Climber52660688383, General Manager at Koy, responded to this reviewResponded December 30, 2018
Sorry for the late response, but I just wanted to thank you for your kind review of my restaurant. We are so happy that you enjoyed your whole experience. We would love to see you in again soon.
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