Oiji

Delicate, pretty, creative. At Oiji, the dishes are not just tasty, they have a playful yet refined side as well. This modern Korean restaurant in East Village lets you caress a smoked mackerel with a minuscule pine needle brush dipped in citrus soy or create your own miniature crepes with seven flavors. The artful creations demand to be Instagrammed, but you’ll probably forget about your phone after the first bite.

Oiji

  • 119 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10003
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