Overlooking the canal at Little Venice, GOGI serves Korean-style barbecue food prepared on individual grills at the table. Exposed brickwork and chic decor add a contemporary touch to the restaurant, whilst the Oriental cocktails are the perfect accompaniment to the waterside views.
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Venue Details & Map
451 Edgware RoadPaddingtonLondonW2 1TH
- Public transport:
- Warwick Avenue, Underground
Love Korean good and have eaten it all over the world, including 2 1/2 years living in Korea. This is easily the most bizarre place I have ever been to. In Korean cuisine you always get Banchan or side dishes as part of the meal. Here everything was extra. You get pork barbecue for 9 pounds, then kimchi for 3, asst sides for 5 rice for 3 lettuce leaves3 onion salad 3 all of a sudden hour 9...more
This is an amazing Korean experience! I've been to the place a few times and would give it 5 stars every time.
We always go for seafood pancake Pa Jaon (more like a omelette) and assorted pickles to start, mixed BBQ and Bibimbap. Good is great, very tasty and nicely spiced.
Very social experience, will not disappoint!more
I haven't found any good Korean BBQ place in the city, so when my friend recommended this place, I tracked all the way to Edgware Road from Shoreditch! And I don't think it was worth the trip.
First off, it is a long walk from the Tube station and really hard to find. The interior is quite contemporary looking and fancy. Though it is a BBQ place, it doesn't smell strong burnt meat as some...more
We heard about Gogi from a friend who lives in Maida Vale and was excited to try it, but unfortunately was disappointed.
Food: We ordered the spicy squid and tang su yuk for starters. Both were just ok. The spicy squid portion wasn't big, but wasn't small. The tang su yuk pieces and portion of the dish were very small. For our main entrée we ordered two orders of the bulgalbi which again...more
My colleagues and I went to Gogi for my bday, and I was quite impressed!
My first impression was that this is a place that focuses on its core (i.e., food) while being simple and down to earth on other things (e.g., interior decor). Second, their menu covers quite a spectrum, ranging from simple dishes (e.g., jjigae's, pancakes) to relatively fancier ones (e.g., bossam, variety of BBQ)....more