You could argue that no other person has influenced the direction of the city’s Asian course more than restaurateur Yeunsu Lee. Already responsible for concepts such as Vietnamka and Koreanka, her latest operation builds on the success of the latter whilst introducing the joys of the Korean grill to the wider Warsaw public. Yes, other places have already succeeded in doing that, just perhaps not quite with the same panache.
Inside the tight and rackety confines of this latest venture, expect a group-slanted affair in which diners go elbow-to-elbow to heap marinated bulgogi, rib-eye steak and Mangalica pork underneath overhead heaters that sizzle their order to personal preference. Complimented by bitsy starters and a regular menu featuring standards such as bibimbap and Korean-style noodles, everything looks and eats exactly as you’d expect: very well indeed.
ul. Lwowska 17