Korean Soju Restaurant

2 Reviews
Asian, Japanese, Korean
Phone Number 0727367845 Opening Hours Lunch Dinner

Lunch: Monday to Sunday 11.30am to 2.30pm

Dinner: Monday to Sunday 5.30pm to 10pm

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R100 avg main meal
Asian, Japanese, Korean
R100 avg main meal
Groups, Quick meals
Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Beer served, Dinner, Food, Licensed, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Takeaways

Owner's description

An authentic Korean restaurant situated in Sea Point, this family-run gem is known for serving up Korean dishes like spicy rice cake, seafood omelets and much more.

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User reviews

2 Reviews

    Glorious bibimbap and bulgogi! We feasted on pork and deboned beef bulgogi, which is cooked on the table in a searing hot wok-like thing. The lovely female owner (who doesn't seem to speak much English) demonstrated how to make a little parcel with lettuce, some of the sauce chilli and meat. The meat had been basted in a sweet soy sauce, and with the fresh crunchy lettuce, it was delicious. The bibimbap, which I have had here once before, was also delicious. (That's a bowl of rice, egg, meat and veggies that's also cooked on the table in a searing hot bowl.) You're supposed to stir it, but I love it when the rice gets a bit crispy at the bottom.

    Sure, it's pretty brightly lit inside, but fortunately this little restaurant has a bevy of followers, so it's likely there'll be some other customers to add a bit of buzz. We also tried the spicy tuna - which was indeed spicy - similar flavours to the kimchi - the sweet and sour chicken (okay but rather try the other dishes).

    A great spot to try if you're in the mood for something different.

    Fabulous, authentic Korean food, prepared by a charming old couple. The bimimbab (hot stone pot which keeps sizzling on the table) with beef was delicious, with beautiful rice which went crispy at the bottom of the pot, and delicious, umami-rich mushrooms. The new restaurant is quite lovely inside - if a little bright - but I know that is the custom in Asia. Some of the other dishes are quite spicy - so ask for recommendations if you can't handle the heat.

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