The best of dining fanatics have opined that the New York restaurant's fine dining experience is incomplete without Korean food. In the month of October last year, a New York restaurant named Danji was the first ever Korean restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star. Bann and Hangawi have also been credited as the city's best dining creations of New York Restaurant Week.
New York restaurant week was initiated 1992. Since then it has had local as well as foreigner food enthusiasts who are excited to try New York City's most extravagant meals at a discounted rate.
There are more than 300 restaurants who have participated in the New York restaurant week event which will be held for 20 days. The criteria taken into account for this event included factors like chef experience, media reviews, hygiene, ambience as well as superiority of food.
Bann and Hangawi now have the privilege of having created an identity of Koran cuisine in the New York City Restaurant. Bann is famous for the fusion-style dishes a welcoming ambience. Choi Young-sook, the owner and founder of Bann, said that "It is a noteworthy achievement for Korean restaurants and people have really started acknowledging Korean restaurants fine dining business."