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So sad to not being writing a 5 star review. Atoboy is my wife and I's favorite restaurant in NYC right now and have been there many times. For context, we occasionally do high end tasting menus, like 2-5 a year.
I would reaaallly like...More
My daughter in law is Korean and when she came to New York City with my son earlier this year she ate at this establishment I believe it had just opened.
She insisted that when we go to New York we eat here too. What...More
Many reasons why this newcomer had made City and nationwide acclaim as "One of the best".
There have been many detailed reviews posted. I'll get to the punch lines:
Extensive wine list
Go. Enjoy. Book 2...More
Getting a reservation here is difficult. You have to get it a month out and fully pay for it though Tock. So needless to say, I've been trying to get a reservation here for a long while. So when I finally got one, I was...More
I had no idea what to expect when I came here on my own after a recommendation by a friend. The restaurant is located in a discreet part of town, somewhere you would never expect a modern Korean fine dining restaurant to be. There are...More
Wow! We picked Atomix based on a great NYT review and were not disappointed. The layout of the dining area and the overall flow of the tasting menu were similar to those of Momofuku Ko, but the vibe at Atomix was less theatrical and more...More
First of all...I want to buy that chandelier in the entry way -- an electronic installation where at the ends of each of the spokes, instead of a real flame or light bulb, a tiny LED display shows an intentionally pixelated flame. Ok, on to...More
Every opportunity latent in the tasting-menu format is brought out and turned to advantage by Atomix, where each course comes with a flash card that builds your understanding of Korean ingredients and culture. At the end of the night, you have a full deck and...More
My husband and I dined at the intimate Atomix last night. I am not at all familiar with Korean food and did not know what to expect. It was undoubtedly one of the best meals we have had - the perfect marriage of tastes and...More
Imagine 2 hours of gastronomic bliss consisting of 10 courses so delicious you are depressed by the certainty that no meal you ever have after this could possibly taste as good. That’s the experience of eating at Atomix.
Chef JP Park takes traditional Korean ingredients...More
They were honestly so hospitable and kind when I went for dinner, I'm sure they'll find a way. Atomix has two floors as well so not as small as it looks in pics - the bar floor upstairs and dining room downstairs.
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