In the heart of Soho lies one of the city's most modern Korean restaurants.
Bibimbap serves a range of Korean delicacies, including an original take on its namesake, and Korea's national dish, bibimbap.
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Venue Details & Map
11 Greek StreetSohoLondonW1D 4DJ
- +44 20 7287 3434
I went on a Thursday with a friend and we both ordered the bibimbap rice dishes in the hot stone bowl. We both absolutely loved our meal, and for 7.50 pounds it was a generous portion.
The restaurant was a bit warm and the seating was really tight. It was hard to get in to the bench because the tables were so close together and there was no where really to put a jacket or purse. The meal came...more
Great little restaurant for a quick meal.
I went with a friend after work. We both ordered a bibimbap. Generous amount of veg and beef for the price! The restaurant is small but busy, the queue was fairly long when we walked out.more
I came here after having a good experience at the Bibimbap in Fitzrovia/Bloomsbury. In terms of atmosphere and feel, it's the same. Though I'm not a huge fan of the music, it works for the space and the service.
I ordered the rice cake starter and a bibimbap with tofu strips for lunch. For some reason, this time everything just tasted too sweet. Some bits of rice cake weren't cooked well...more
This is a great place if you're in the mood for Korean and on a tighter budget. We ordered the seafood soon tofu stew with white rice and hot stone bowl tofu bibimbap with fried egg for £19. Both tasted great, right up there with similar dishes at popular restaurants we've been to in LA.
The service was meh, typical for a crowded and understaffed little establishment like this one. Also,...more
My friend had been recommended this place however I wasn't so sure on the idea!
However I normally choose the restaurants so I went with it!
I was really impressed. We didn't book and were seated straight away! Plenty of space upstairs and downstairs.
We ordered the local beer which was pretty nice and both went for a bibimbap which are rice dishes with veg and meat cooked in the bowl it's...more