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The second branch of Bibigo takes the site of Alan Yau's Naamyaa Cafe, just down from Angel. Expect a menu of Korean dishes, ranging from dumplings, char-grilled skewers and tofu stir-fried with kimchi to hot-stone bibimbaps, traditional bulgogi and calbi jjim - braised beef short ribs in soy sauce with mooli and chestnuts.
A selection of cocktails influced by Korea wll be on offer too, alongside a global wine list, herbal teas, coffee and beers from Korea and Japan. Shikhye - a Korean rice punch - is also available.