Bibigo Bar & Dining

Bibigo

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This Korean-backed chain’s mission is to sell its native cuisine across the globe, with branches in London doing their bit to spread the word. The enticing and intriguing menu contains standout surprises such as tender scallops with truffle and yuzu dressing, Korean-style black pudding stuffed with noodles and pork, and succulent soy-marinated chicken alongside inventive renditions of Korea's emblematic kimchi involving everything from cucumber to tofu. The smart interiors create a modern, industrial vibe with concrete floors, tiled walls and open kitchens, although minimalist furniture in honeyed wood, displays of house marinades and splashes of red warm things up nicely – as does pleasant, efficient service. Bibigo’s special fixed-price menus are steal (three courses for £13 at dinner), and the cocktail list is a resounding triumph with its numerous riffs on soju (Korea's potent national spirit).

Wine List Of The Year Finalist

With just 30 wines, Raphael Thierry’s list may be considered quite small, but it’s proof that careful selection can trump sheer size, particularly when it’s put together with such imagination. Wines are grouped according to what food they’ll work with, and also whether you’re looking to amplify the spice (‘Korean palate’) or soften it (‘Western palate’). Bravely brilliant.

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Available: 29 May 2017

Min: 2 people

Max: 6 people

Expires: 20 December 2017

Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.

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Bibigo Bar & Dining

58-59 Great Marlborough Street ,London W1F 7JY

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Great Korean restaurant in Soho

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Apr 2013

Korean food in a nice atmosphere. I found this restaurant by chance and we are so happy with their food and service. Bulgogi, their hot stone dishes and many choices of starter which are very interesting. Also the price is reasonable. Their food is delicious and well presented. It seems they have free wifi because I saw some customers using laptop. It will be good for biz people in soho. I will come back soon.

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  • Food & Drink: 9
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 10

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Bibigo Bar & Dining

58-59 Great Marlborough Street ,London W1F 7JY

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Oct 2012

We went to Bibigo as we have eaten at their sister outlets in Asia and used those as a benchmark the London branch. We quite liked the food at the chain hence our trip to the local one. The decor is pretty much in line with expectations from a casual Asian dining place – many a noodle bar has similar look and feel. It was quite busy (expected for a Saturday evening) and we arrived without a booking. The lady at reception was friendly and engaging. We were lucky and were seated within minutes. The...

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  • Food & Drink: 7
  • Service: 9
  • Atmosphere: 7
  • Value: 5

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    wendyeats :: Bibigo | wendyeats

    Amazing for the price! Modern design, quite quiet (I’m surprised it’s not as crowded as it should be given the great food and amazing price!) and spacious. There’s also a bar to sip on some cocktails before dinner!

    Can’t lie that the high rating is slightly swayed by the price! My favorite dish here is the Hot Stone Galbi (char-grilled thinly sliced beef ribs on the bone marinated in our barbecue sauce) which I LOVE, but it isn’t part of the dinner menu and it’s £12. The food on the dinner set is not as amazing but still good – I always go for the seafood pancake and flat bulgogi. There’s something about...
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    AnnieThing for Food :: AnnieThing for Food: Bibigo Soho - Restaurant Review

    Korean cuisine is new for me. It's been so trendy lately with the Kimchi burgers, Korean barbecues and Bulgogi mentioned everywhere, it was time to try it. I was expecting it to be good, and worth the wait. And it was. Apart from the Kimchi itself, which didn't particularly float my boat - it is after all, cold fermented vegetables...

    Soho is inundated with restaurants from every cuisine imaginable, so it took some review-reading to settle on Bibigo. Quite a modern, sleek dining room, with wooden tables, bricked walls, and an open kitchen. Staff were lovely, although the door at the entrance is a bit of a...
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    Scrummy Suppers & Quirky Cakes :: Scrummy Suppers & Quirky Cakes: Bibigo Soho - Restaurant Review

    Korean cuisine is new for me. It's been so trendy lately with the Kimchi burgers, Korean barbecues and Bulgogi mentioned everywhere, it was time to try it. I was expecting it to be good, and worth the wait. And it was. Apart from the Kimchi itself, which didn't particularly float my boat - it is after all, cold fermented vegetables...

    Soho is inundated with restaurants from every cuisine imaginable, so it took some review-reading to settle on Bibigo. Quite a modern, sleek dining room, with wooden tables, bricked walls, and an open kitchen. Staff were lovely, although the door at the entrance is a bit of a...
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    Half a Slice of Toast :: Half a Slice of Toast | Bibigo

    Just behind the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, is Bibigo, a restaurant labelled as serving healthy and fresh Korean food. I’ve been here twice, both times for their set menu, which provides great value – £9 for a 3 course lunch or £13 for a 3 course dinner. Both lunch and dinner provide salad to start, followed by options for a starter and a main. The options vary depending on lunch or dinner, with dinner providing more choice, but it didn’t really make much difference to me. My favourite dish from Bibigo, by far, is the Korean chopped salad, which is served as standard on their set menus. It’s wonderfully crunchy...
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Essential Details for Bibigo Bar & Dining

  • Cuisine: Korean
  • Area: Soho
  • Price: £39.00
  • Wine: £24.00
  • Champagne: £35.00
  • Private Dining: 24

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