Samwon Garden, located in NYC’s Korea Town is a sister restaurant to Samwon located in Seoul Korea. Samwon Garden Seoul opened in 1976 and is one of the oldest and largest Korean restaurants in the city. Their recipes have been passed down from one generation to another to bring a traditional & family focused experiences to guests. They use only the highest quality of ingredients and their own authentic Samwon Garden recipes. Samwon Garden in New York City withholds the traditional favors and thoughtful Korean cuisine that was established 45 years ago in Seoul.
Bacon mung bean pancakes, stir-fried glass noodles with wild mushrooms and spicy seafood rice cakes are other crowd-pleasers.
The modern, stylish, three-story restaurant has a beef focus, as found in galbi, bibimbap and bulgogi dishes, the cuts butchered in-house and sourced from an Arizona ranch that eschews growth hormones.
The main draw of an evening at Samwon Garden the barbecue, with key items being their famous Samwon galbi and pork belly.