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Beef that melts in your mouth
We enjoyed our time at Cote. The service was excellent, and the food and beverages were outstanding. We sampled several different steak cuts, all of which were flavorful, tender, and fresh!Be the first to Reply
Fantastic Butcher’s Feast dinner — just wish they offered more thorough guidance
Dinner at 1* Cote last Tues night (at 10:30 pm!) was wonderful. We both did the Butcher’s Feast of four cuts of USDA Prime and American Wagyu along with all the traditional Korean sides and accoutrements. At just $68 per person, it’s a steal. I am not normally a fan of fermented and pickled, but the combination of many fermented and pickled sides with the beef was delicious. The Hirsch Pinot Noir suggested by the sommelier was also a fantastic complement. My only complaint was that there wasn’t enough guidance for how to best combine the various sides as per traditional Korean culture. The servers were incredibly friendly and tried to be helpful, but their suggestions were rushed and less clear than I would have liked. I’d definitely return. A revelation of new flavor combinations.Be the first to Reply
What a joke!
lets just say, we went their with a group of nine, service was mediocre at best, seats were incredibly uncomfortable (basically picnic tables) over crowded to noisy to hear the person on the other side of you. Steak (the draw we thought) didnt hold a candle to any of the big steakhouses in NY and the serving size was tiny. All of us were hungry as we didnt eact a lot expecting a great meal. The portions were so small and service so slow it was more torture than pleasure. As for sides, there was hardly any other food in terms of substance, just tiny little side dishes. The first course Oysters honestly tasted fishy! The cocktails were very good, but super expensive and in the end. The bill for 9 was an unbelievable $5,075 (yes we drank a lot but really!) outrageous. Call me old fashioned but you’re not supposed to leave hungry! Several of us went down the block for a slice of pizza. ! Definetly not going back!Be the first to Reply
Their Japanese A5 wagyu is the real deal - I’ve found nothing else close outside of Japan. Appetizers sides are good to very good and the staff makes it a wonderful experience - working in teams to create a special outingBe the first to Reply
Best Japanese Waygu outside of Japan
1. We ordered various cuts of the Japanese steaks 2. Steak and Eggs 3. Korean Bacon 4. Waygu Paella WOW, just wow… next level deliciousness!!! Kimchi took me back to N. Korea! Highly recommend any of the Japanese cuts! I really have not tasted this level of meat since my last trip to Japan. The staff is extremely fun, friendly and knowledgeable in each cut! This is an amazing place and I can’t recommend it enough! Thank you to our team (Luke and Anna) for making our first time COTE experience AWESOME!Be the first to Reply
This is my favorite restaurant. Full stop.
It's a meal so nice, I had to have it twice... in one visit to the city. H-o-l-y-c-o-w. If you're a meat lover of any kind, you owe it to yourself to come here. My friends and I decided to go swanky and ordered the expensive butcher board option. The servers, bussers, and runners all do a fantastic job working in tandem to grill your meats for you, always to utter perfection. But the true mark of a good restaurant, for me anyway, is when it gets me to adore foods I wouldn't ordinarily eat, which is absolutely the case for the cabbage salad and kimchi, which I devoured. If you have a few extra dollars lying around, the last 2 courses of waygu (Japanese A5 and a "dessert meat" variety) will make you dizzy they're so good!Be the first to Reply
Amazing food and experience
If your ever in New York try Cote steak house. Our chef explained the menue clearly and gave good recommendations. We followed his advice from the start.the food just kept coming. Watching him cook the steak infront of us was a high point. At one point we all went quiet watching and enjoying the food. It has to be good food to shut us up for once. Would visit again if we get the chanceBe the first to Reply
Good food, but not as good as we had hoped, and a very stressed dinner
My son wanted to visit Cote when we came to New York, he is very fond of both Korean food and steaks, so Cote, with a Michelin Star, sounded great. Since we were only 2 we had to select the first seating at 17:00, but that was okay since we anyway were a bit jet-lagged and wanted to have an early night. We both took the Steak Omakase, I also selected the wine-paring. The first thing I noticed was that the price of the Omakase had increased, it was $180 when I booked the table a month earlier, and now if was $225. The different steaks were okay, but not fantastic, all but one were only seasoned with salt and pepper (I think pepper, it was in a small bowl on the table). As expected the Japanese Wagyu was clearly the best steak. We got a lot of sides, but we would have needed some help from the cook about which side that worked best with which steak. We did not feel very well take care of, as you would expect in this kind of restaurant. The wine-paring was okay, but not as good as I had hoped. Overall the dinner was very stressed. Normally when you eat in a restaurant with a Michelin star you get plenty of time between each dish, and there is no rush at all and plenty of time to talk. At Cote each new steak-dish was finished very quickly and it felt like they just wanted us to finish as quickly as possible. We ate a 10 course dinner in about 1h 20min. Normally I would have expected this kind of dinner to take at least 2h, preferably 3h.Be the first to Reply
Mouth watering Korean BBQ
One of the best meals we had in NYC. Mouth watering Michelin Korean BBQ particularly for the beef in various cuts with superb service, well thought out wine list and buzzing atmosphere. Also very kid and family friendly. Definitely book this when in NYCBe the first to Reply
Best NY Korean BBQ experience
Cote dropped several balls. But so high was the quality and taste of the food that it's still a 5-star for me. We are regulars at little Korea restaurants given our love of high quality beef and variety of banchan. Cote bested some really high competition. Too bad reservations are apparently so hard to get. So despite booking a month in advance, our table was 30-45 mins late. The room is cavernous and loud with many tables all loudly talking and sharing the food. Fair enough. We were offered a nice booth and a friendly waitress gave us an intro to the menu and process. We ordered a variety of meats and were not disappointed. The banchan was varied and top class. Asking for seconds and thirds was easy (when we could get the attention of our server). They were good about cooking the food and we delighted in every bite. I wished I was much hungrier. The drinks were good too. We are excited to make cote a regular part of our NY repertoire.Be the first to Reply
Amazing experience! The food was delicious but the service was even more incredible. Special thanks to Erin, that made our birthday celebration unforgettable. We’ll definitely come back and recommend to all of our friends in Panama!Be the first to Reply
Amazing culinary experience!!!
The dinner was absolutely amazing, we took the butcher’s fest and it feels not like a dinner but a full experience - the taste of every dish is unique, the atmosphere is nice and the service is extremely fine. Highly recommend! Not just great ingredients but a full experience.Be the first to Reply
The interior of Cote, especially at the bar, is stunningly impressive. Service was impeccable. Food is beautifully presented at the table and very good. Wine was quite good as well.Be the first to Reply
Best Korean BBQ!
Whether you’re outdoor dining or indoor dining, you will have incredible service. This place deserves all the Michelin stars! We had the feast and it was exquisite and probably the best omakase/ steak experience ever. Definitely returning!Be the first to Reply
Best Thanksgiving Meal
My family and I had the 2021 Thanksgiving dinner at Cote. From the moment we entered the hostess laid the foundation for an excellent dining experience. The turkey dumpling to start the menu was amazing; vegetables and four cuts of meat were expertly designed. We will again celebrate Thanksgiving at Cote in 2022. BTW - service was personable and on par with Mirazur (#1 restaurant in the world). My wife stated Cote was one of the best meals in her life.Be the first to Reply
The food rocks and the service is perfect!!!
Four of us went for a fun festive pre-Thanksgiving dinner. We ordered the Prix Fixe "Butcher's Feast" for dinner, a bottle chablis to start, and some Burgundy red to go with the meats. At $64 per person, i have to say, considering the quantity and quality of the food served - and the service that came with it - it's quite reasonable and good value for the money. My only suggestion is that one eats a really light lunch and goes slow with dinner to enjoy every bite. We dug in too fast as we couldn't help ourselves and by the end were really struggling to finish. I cannot wait to go back!!!Be the first to Reply
Absolutely deserves its Michelin star!
We eat Korean BBQ at home, but not like this! The meat was amazing! Having someone else cook it was pretty cool too.
The waiter was great, lots of personality and very knowledgeable. Honest about his opinions and very spot on.
We started with the tartare, which was excellent. Ban-chan was pickled cauliflower which was surprisingly good. I have never had an egg soufflé before, but it was very nice. Spicy Kimchi stew had good flavor. I was not a fan of the savory stew, but I do not really like tofu. The stews come out very hot so be careful. Scallions salad and jalapeno squash was a delicious compliment. Without a doubt though the meat was the star. I swear he started with the least yummy (but they were all delicious) and moved to the most. Soft serve was not anything special, but the spy sauce caramel was unusual and delicious. We are already discussing a five hour drive to Miami to try the location there.
Unique dining experience
Very cool spot and equally good steak. We got the butcher's feast which is a chef's selection of four different meats. Total, you get 8 ounces of beef for roughly $60. It is worth the price. It is cooked at the table which is fun and our server was very good. Not a place I would become a regular at, but for a change of pace it is well worth the trip.Be the first to Reply
Been to Cote a few times, and the quality has not changed. Food and service still as good. Butcher's Feast is probably the best bang for the buck and you'll be decently full, but definitely check out the other meats.Be the first to Reply
Amazing food, great service and a wonderful experience!
Wonderful experience. Great service, great food. Special experience for a birthday celebration. Food is amazing and we loved it! We will be back!Be the first to Reply
Incredible Korean steakhouse experience
After numerous recommendations from friends, I finally came to check out Cote and was not disappointed! We got the classic Butcher's Feast and added an Korean bacon appetizer. The app was good: crispy and hearty bacon slab with a very interesting wasabi (?) sauce. The waiters were very professional and patient - grilling the meat for us and introducing each dish. All the meats were super tender and went well great with the banchan (the pickled radish and scallion salad were my fav!) They were also very well seasoned and fresh. Halfway throughout the meal, we were served a few variations of kimchi stews and a steamed egg dish, which were pretty average. Needless to say, the meat is definitely the star of the show! My favorite was the last cut - marinated sliced beef that had a perfect sweetness. Surprisingly, even the soft-serve caramel ice cream we got in the end was fantastic and just the right ending portion for our stuffed group. I would highly recommend Cote!Be the first to Reply
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