Brasserie Seoul

300 Schermerhorn St.

Korean ingredients run headlong into French Brasserie tradition, blending unique Korean flavors with French techniques. Elegant interior makes for cozy and intimate dining experience. Full bar available for cocktails or casual counter top meal.


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Info

300 Schermerhorn St.
New York, NY 11217
(917) 909-0970
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Editorial Rating

Category

French

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Business Casual

Nearby Subway

  • to Nevins Street
  • to DeKalb Street
  • to Hoyt Schermerhorn

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