Time Out says
This site has witnessed a fairly high turnover of restaurants in recent years, but this friendly Korean eaterie is to be welcomed with open arms. Decor is simple, there are fresh flowers on each table and staff are encouraging to anyone showing an interest in Korean food. It’s worth ordering the namul, a generous plate of assorted pickled vegetable accompaniments (spinach, radish, sesame-fragrant beansprouts), to start, or to share. Stone pot bibimbap (rice, vegetables and sliced beef in a hot bowl) arrived bright and sizzling, the rice eventually forming a succulent crust against the heat of the container. There’s always a soup special for lunch – on our visit a simple white miso, wakame and spring onion number – and dessert might be red bean or green tea ice-cream, or a fruit plate.
29 Goodge Street
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