Koy, in bustling downtown Boston, is located next to the historic Faneuil hall marketplace. Koy offers Asian fusion cuisine as well as traditional Korean dishes. Koy serves specialty hand crafted cocktails and boasts an extensive bourbon and scotch collection. The kitchen is open with a full menu from 11am until midnight every day of the week. A delicious lunch menu is also available Monday through Fridays.
Diners can enjoy appetizers such as the Cheese Steak Dumplings- lightly fried pockets of Swiss cheese, Kimchi, shaved pastrami, bacon and spicy aioli, or a sizzling hot tempura batter Scallion Pancake with green onion shoots and red bell pepper. For traditional entrees, Koy is famous for their hot stone Bibimbap. This dish is served in a heated stone bowl and topped with 6 different vegetables, marinated shredded steak, a fried egg and gochujang chili sauce. As the rice caramelizes in front of guests, they are welcome to sip on a lightly refreshing Soju Sangria- a house recipe with lychee, Aloe juice and Korean sweet potato vodka!
Koy has a full serviced bar with a reserve wine list of over 100 varietals. They feature craft cocktails such as the Take me to Thailand- made with freshly muddled herbs, cucumber, Thai basil, black pepper and ginger.
Koy's kitchen is open daily 11am-midnight. Koy is located at 16 North street across from Faneuil Hall. For more information or to make a reservation, please call 857-991-1483 or visit www.koyboston.com