Korean Cuisine

Korean QSR brand Bunsik to expand beyond London with first opening in Manchester

Bunsik expands beyond the capital

By James McAllister

Korean QSR brand Bunsik is heading to Manchester for its first location outside of London, which will also be its biggest site to date.

The Lexicon signs three new operators

The Lexicon signs three new operators

By Joe Lutrario

Berkshire’s The Lexicon shopping destination has signed three new F&B operators: Korean-Japanese takeaway Kokoro, Gail’s Bakery and bubble tea brand Yi Fang.

Photo credit: Jessica Wang

Latest opening: Korean Dinner Party

By James McAllister

The Señor Ceviche team has joined forces with TĀTĀ Eatery's Ana Gonçalves and Zijun Meng and drinks expert Cyan Wong to bring a slice of LA's Koreatown to London's Soho.

Seoul Bird Korean chicken restaurant Westfield Judy Joo

Latest opening: Seoul Bird

By Joe Lutrario

Originally slated to launch in April, Judy Joo’s Korean fried chicken concept is now up and running at Westfield London.

The Lowdown: Fusion pizza including Korean pizza, Pizza Pilgrims' La Fonduta, Pizza Hut and KFC

The Lowdown: Fusion pizza

By James McAllister

A collaboration between Four Hundred Rabbits and On The Bab is set to introduce London to the world of Korean fusion pizza.

Korean barbecue brand Yori to open third London restaurant

Yori to open third London restaurant

By James McAllister

London-based Korean barbecue brand Yori is to add a third restaurant location to its portfolio next month, opening on the former Jidori site in Covent Garden.

Linda Lee (credit Mok Jungwook)

Korea woman: Koba chef Linda Lee on her new food venue Mee Market

By Georgia Bronte

Korean restaurateur Linda Lee first began building her Korean empire in London in 2005, when she launched KOBA in Fitzrovia. Since then, she has built three brands (one of which operates at four sites) and this month opened Mee Market, a Korean deli and...

Charles Seo to open Olle in Chinatown

Charles Seo to open Olle in Chinatown

By Georgia Bronte

Charles Seo, founder of Japanese restaurant Kyoto Soho, is to launch a Korean barbecue restaurant in London’s Chinatown later this week.

It's tipped to be the next big thing in the UK, but can Korean food really break into the mainstream?

Korean food: is it ready to go mainstream?

By Joe Lutrario

Commentators have been talking about the ascension of Korean food for years, but is one of Asia’s greatest cuisines really poised to go mainstream?


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