1. Oiji Mi
New York is utterly spoiled when it comes to excellent contemporary Korean fine dining, and Oiji Mi is yet another shining example. Here, chef Brian Kim fuses Korean cooking traditions and flavors with French techniques in unexpected ways — surprising and delighting diners just like he did at Oiji in the East Village. Oiji Mi serves a $125 per person five-course prix fixe, and you don’t want to sleep on the bo ssam for two, which features Ibérico pork belly and oysters with a spicy mustard mignonette.