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I am not an expert when it comes to korean food but I have tried the very same dish I had here (Bulgogi) in another korean place in Duesseldorf and it was much better there. I just got a very simple dish with a lot...More
Really wanted Korean food in Belfast and stumbled across this place on Botanic. Had the Tofu stew and Bibimbap, the food was delicious and portions were generous. The restaurant is quite unassuming and you may never notice it but if you like Korean food at...More
On my recent trip to the Northern Ireland for golf with friends, i had a craving for Korean food since we've been eating meat and potatoes for a week. The food here was nothing to write home about, but took care of my cravings. The...More
£14 for a bowl of spicy Batchelor’s super noodles with processed chicken and a bowl of tasteless broth with noodles masquerading as seafood ramen (1 mussel and 2 tiny inedible shrimps) is NOT good for Korean food.
I now know why we were the only...More
Would definitely not be recommending. The food wasn’t even bland as that would suggest that there was some flavour.. there was NO taste...the “seafood” broth was like boiling water!!! As for the noodles I’m convinced they were super noodles.. doing a complete disservice to Korean...More
Belfast's hidden gem - I didn't know about it until a few months ago - now I'm an addict! Korean food is incredible, and the stuff here is all home made so it's super healthy too. The bibimbap is served in a beautiful hot bowl...More
This was my first experience of Korean food so I was a little nervous.
I ordered beef Gimbap and a portion of fried dumplings
It was quite new to me however I did empty the plates.
I will go back to try different things there...More
I love Korean food but this place is very average, compared to other Korean restaurants in the UK. Portions seem quite small too. The main appeal for me is that it's the only Korean I'm aware of in Belfast.