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
Price: £ (£8 for one bowl of bibimbap)
Portion: 4/5 (one bowl easily feeds two people with an appetizer and some sides)
I remembered going to this place A LOT when I lived in London before, so I brought my man here for a recent visit to the city and I was not as impressed as I used to be.
Portions are good, but bulgogi meat was dry and I missed...more
Good Korean food for a good price in London! I have the kimchi bibimbap with a raw egg on the top and it was delicious ! And I really appreciated to have my bibimbap served in the traditional hot stone bowl! I drank a Solomon's seal tea, was good and relaxing.
I recommended this place for cheap and good bibimbap !more
Happened to be in the neighbourhood and was pleasantly surprised to find a Korean restaurant right by Berkeley Square.
As one would guess, this establishment specialised in Bibimbaps; which are rice bowls served in hot stone bowels.
In short, you select the bibimbap filling (veggies, beef, spicy pork, seafood, or spicy chicken), the type of rice (white or brown), if you'd like a raw or...more
I kinda lost it when I discovered I could get Bibimbap in Soho.
Not only is it fun to say, it's pretty much the epitome of happiness in a hot stone bowl. With thinly sliced beef bulgo-gi, shredded crisp veg and fluffy steamed rice (choose brown or white), it's amazing. It's hard to find such goodness for under £10 especially in Soho.
Service is fast and friendly, even when I went on a Friday...more
Delicious! I have been wanting to try this place for a long time now and tonight I finally got around to goi g there and it was worth the wait. The menu was simple and easy to understand. There was more vegetarian choice than I expected, especially considering Koreans don't have a word for vegetarians in their language.
I ordered the Kimchi bibimbap with a fried egg and my friend ordered the...more