Last weekend I had a great time checking out Koy, a Korean Fusion restaurant in the Faneuil Hall area.
We started with their cheese steak dumplings, which were stuffed with pastrami, swiss, kimchi, and spicy mayo.
For appetizers we also tried and loved their Spanish octopus, the bang bang cauliflower, and their tuna tartare, which came with some delicious lotus chips.
Then, some Korean BBQ — we went with the galbi, a Korean style short rib made with soy sauce and a brown sugar glaze. We also tried their Volcano Maki roll, made with spicy tuna and crab salad, shrimp, sriracha, and tempura flakes.
Check out Koy’s full menu here. They’re located at 16 North Street in Boston.
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