Bibigo Bar and Dining serves authentic Korean cuisine in a contemporary style in Soho.
The stylish and contemporary 60-cover dining space features a latticed wooden ceiling and an expansive window overlooking the kitchen.
Perfect for lovers of Korean cuisine and for complete novices, Bibigo is a five-minute walk from Oxford Circus.
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58 - 59 Great Marlborough StreetSohoLondonW1F 7JY
Bibigo is a perfectly nice restaurant. It just didn't have any wow factor that pushes it into the 4 or 5 star range.
The location, just behind Marks & Spencer on Oxford Street is great. I really can't complain about the prices either because I had 2 courses and a cocktail for under £25. The food was good but I've had better elsewhere in London. For instance, the bibimbap in the hot bowl had...more
Bibigo has some delicious entrées. We ordered a selection of entrées and whilst all delicious, my favourite, by far, was the courgette pancake. The cocktails were presented really well, I tried my friend's and it was really tasty and refreshing.
Unfortunately that's the end of the good review as I get really let down by the main courses (I tried my partner's dish too). I think it really felt...more
Bibigo has given me the best Korean dining experiences I've ever had and it's probably good enough to rival the renowned quality of Korean dining that is bestowed upon New Malden, although I have limited first-hand experience of the latter. I have been to this Bibigo twice with my visits being a year apart and yet both experiences have been consistently rewarding.
First off you are given a...more
Food: Amazing! I loved the really tender Bulgogi's beef with a hint of sweetness! It matched with spicy raddish kimuchi!
Atmosphere: Beautiful! It reminded me of restaurant in South Korea! Clean and modern interior. It's good not only for girl's chat meeting but also for date!
Cost performance: This restaurant is the first restaurant which satisfied me with price and food quality balance...more
I think this place is really underrated. I've been here quite a few times now & always opt for the dinner fixed menu which has everything I like at the cheap price of just £13 for 3 courses! You can't get good food for that price anywhere else in central London for sure!
The starter salad is always perfectly crunchy, sweet & savoury. I've only ever had the Pajeon: Seafood Pancake because I...more