|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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11 Rathbone StreetLondonW1T 1NA
Top 5 reviews of Koba
Been going to Koba for a few good years now and never disappoints.
Pricier than most Korean restaurants but quality of the food is very good!
From the minute you stand in front of their door, you can already smell the BBQ which just gravitates you to step in and go inside.
Like a typical Korean BBQ restaurant, the tables have grills in the middle so you can cook the food in front you.... more
My friend and I started with the fried chicken, which was really nice (and boneless, which we weren't expecting).
We then had some bulgogi and prawn for the BBQ. Bulgogi didn't seem particularly marinated and the prawns were fine. I was also looking forward to doing the cooking myself, but the staff cook it at the table for you.
Food was decent enough, but it was definitely over priced more
Koba is a bad ape. But a pretty good restaurant. The food is pretty good and they really help you out in cooking it. The only issue is that it's a little bit pricier than I was hoping for. I could've gotten an all you can eat errrthang kind of korean bbq back at home. But, hey, guess you're in London. more
Probably the best Korean food I've ever had in London. The same owner of popular Korean fried chicken place On The Bab, this is even better with a focus on Korean barbecue, definitely recommend. more
Like most Korean restaurants in London the impression Koba gave me was just 'OK'.
Decor & Ambience: 4
Other dishes: 3
The restaurant is very modern and chic, nice soft lighting, relatively clean furnitures. Big tables with built in bbq stoves in the center, looks promising!
The servers were all very friendly, took our orders promptly and helped us prepare the meat.... more