This popular little spot is one of New Malden's many Korean restaurants – it's a part of town boasting one of the highest concentrations of Koreans outside Korea itself, hence its K-Town nickname. Sorabol offers traditional Korean cuisine.
That means appetisers of seaweed soup, kimchi and raw beef hwei alongside mains of bulgogi beef, various bibimbaps, galbi beef and royal galbi jjim – a dish of marinated cuts of beef rib slow cooked with dates, chestnuts, mushrooms and ginseng. A number of set meals are available, too.
The drinks list boasts two Korean beers (Hite and OB Lager), two from Japan (Asahi and Kirin) and a range of Japanese and Korean wines and spirits including soju, sake and baekseju.
180 New Malden High Street
|Opening hours:||Lunch served noon-3pm, dinner served 6-11pm Mon-Fri. Meals served noon-11pm Sat.|
|Transport:||Tube: New Malden rail|
|Price:||Main courses £6-£9.50. Set meal £18 4 courses.|
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