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Korean Restaurants in London

Korean Restaurants in London: Kimchi in the Big Smoke

England’s capital has always been cosmopolitan, and therefore has consistently attracted immigrants from all corners of the world. The Korean community is larger than anywhere else in Europe, with somewhere around 20,000 Londoners of Korean ancestry residing in the city. Korean food has become increasingly popular in the United Kingdom and it’s never been easier to find great Korean restaurants in London. From Korean barbecue to freshly-prepared kimchi and fusion cuisines, these eateries are hugely popular with foodies and Asian food lovers. Caution: Korean cuisine is often associated with highly spicy food and meat – the same goes for Korean restaurants in London!

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K Place Korean BBQ

K Place Korean BBQ

Monument
Asian££££
4.4/6116
K Place Korean BBQ
OKA

OKA

Primrose Hill/Chalk Farm
Asian££££
5.5/669
OKA
Hamgipak - Parsons Green

Hamgipak - Parsons Green

Fulham
Asian££££
5.4/678
Hamgipak - Parsons Green
SUSHINOEN

SUSHINOEN

Whitechapel
Asian££££
5.3/673
SUSHINOEN
Lumbini

Lumbini

Uxbridge
Asian££££
5.0/698
Lumbini
Josephine's Restaurant

Josephine's Restaurant

Fitzrovia
Asian££££
4.7/681
Josephine's Restaurant
Pickled Fred

Pickled Fred

Spitalfields
Asian££££
5.9/626
Pickled Fred
Mimosa - Camberley

Mimosa - Camberley

Town Centre
Asian££££
5.3/636
Mimosa - Camberley
Gaya Korean Restaurant

Gaya Korean Restaurant

Raynes Park
Asian££££
5.4/619
Gaya Korean Restaurant
Umami

Umami

South Kensington
Asian££££
4.0/623
Umami
Lagu

Lagu

Battersea
Asian££££
5.3/628
Lagu
Round Square

Round Square

Islington
Asian££££
5.3/627
Round Square
Yak & Yeti Finsbury

Yak & Yeti Finsbury

Finsbury Park
Asian££££
5.5/62
Yak & Yeti Finsbury
Kim Klan

Kim Klan

Islington
Asian££££
2.5/62
Kim Klan
Kanaloa

Kanaloa

Barbican
Asian££££
1.0/61
Kanaloa
Jihwaja

Jihwaja

Vauxhall
Asian££££
Jihwaja
Hei Hing Cafe & Noodle Bar

Hei Hing Cafe & Noodle Bar

Isleworth
Asian££££
Hei Hing Cafe & Noodle Bar
Walton Oriental House

Walton Oriental House

Town Centre
Asian££££
Walton Oriental House
Pak Choi

Pak Choi

Loughton
Asian££££
4.2/66
Pak Choi
Wok & Grill Restaurant

Wok & Grill Restaurant

Whitechapel
Asian££££
2.0/61
Wok & Grill Restaurant
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    Korean Restaurants in London: New Malden’s Seoul-food

    In spite of reputation, Many Korean restaurants in London offer great options for vegetarians and those who like their food on the milder side. The suburb of New Malden is home to such places, and the largest number of Londoners of Korean descent in the entire city, earning itself the nickname Little Korea. With a large number of London Korean restaurants situated on the suburb’s High Street, it can be difficult to know which restaurant is best. Luckily, many of these restaurants cater to the large Korean community, so you can count on it being authentic. Also, the Korean restaurants in Malden range from very affordable to high-end.
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    Korean Restaurants in London: From Banchan to Boricha

    Whether you’re an expert on Korean food or just a beginner, you are certain to fall in love with the amazing selection of Korean restaurants in London. The cuisine of Korea uses unique flavour combinations that you’re unlikely to experience anywhere else. It’s often spicy and meaty, but there’s more to it than that. A typical Korean meal is known for being sociable, with small side dishes – banchan – that guests share on the table. Ingredients like soy sauce, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, and a fermented chilli past known as gochujang are commonplace in a typical London Korean restaurant, among a number of other specialty ingredients.
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    Korean Restaurants in London: Quandoo to Pyongyang

    Diners in authentic Korean restaurants in London are often given a cup of Korean barley tea – boricha – to accompany the meal. For this authentic touch, use Quandoo’s online search platform to discover the London Korean restaurant that strikes your fancy. Select Korean from the cuisine menu and then narrow down your search by browsing based on price and location. Remember, each time that you reserve a table online with Quandoo, you’ll earn loyalty points that you can use towards vouchers in the best Korean restaurants in London. It’s always a good idea to book online in advance, sociable London Korean restaurants fill up fast!