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Serving their famous Korean specialities on London’s Garratt Lane, Cah-Chi Korean’s Wandsworth branch is a stylish and relaxed restaurant located just moments from Earlsfield station. Offering up table barbecue options, amazing rice & noodle dishes, as well as classics like kim-chi jigae and japchae, the restaurant is a standout in the the city’s Far Eastern dining scene and a delightful location for a great meal, seven days a week.
Great night. Great food. Love a bbq. Go for the soft shell crab. And the bbq duck. And the cabbage. And the dumplings. All great.
Delicious food and great that you can bring your own alcohol, which always feels like a bargain not having to pay the crazy markup that restaurants put on alcohol.
Whether you like barbecuing your own food or prefer having it served to you on a sizzling platter, Cah-Chi’s got you covered. Their Wandsworth premises, found on London’s trendy Garratt Lane, are casual and charming, an ideal environment for trying Korean cuisine for the first time or enjoying a communal meal with friends or family. Situated just steps from Earlsfield station, it’s easy to reach this popular Korean restaurant – just make sure you reserve ahead before making the trek!
Korean-food lovers and novices alike flock to Cah-Chi Korean’s Wandsworth location for their amazingly flavourful and authentic dishes alongside an impressive drinks menu. The cuisine on offer is nothing short of incredible, and guests are treated to a wide variety of options. Kick off your meal with one of Cah-Chi’s soul-satisfying soups like the yukgejang soup made with strips of beef and vegetables in a spicy broth. Appetisers like dak-koji (chicken skewers with teriyaki sauce) and gae-twigim (deep-fried soft shell crab) are the logical next step before diving right into mains like dak-bulgogi (thinly sliced chicken marinated in cah-chi sauce) or mauntang (fresh cod with vegetables in a spicy broth). There’s so, so much more where that came from – dine at Cah Chi’s Wandsworth location and journey to the Far East!