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Peddling Westernised Korean cuisine for city slickers, Kimchee’s smart surrounds elevate it well above run-of-the-mill ethnic eateries. Dark wood & subtle lighting set the atmosphere for an
appealing menu of Korean classics – plus a few lesser-known specialities – all prepared in a bustling open kitchen. Opt for intensely marinated meats or fish from the charcoal grill (pork bulgogi
or mackerel gui perhaps), an aromatic jigae (Korean hotpot) or the signature dolsot bibimbap, a spicy mix of meat, vegetables, egg & rice served on a sizzling hot stone. Add balance to your
meal with modum namui (sesame-seasoned vegetables) & the eponymous kimchi (perhaps not as fierce as aficionados of Korea’s national dish would wish). To drink, go for Asian-themed cocktails,
potent distilled soju or Hite beer. Attentive service completes an atmospheric package.
The first time I visited Kimchee was with my friend who works just around the corner in Chancery Lane. Next time was with my sister for her birthday. Since then I’ve been countless more times and they’ve started and grown their Kimchee-to-go branches. The last time I went was for a quick lunch whilst out shopping. One of my favourite korean dishes is seafood and tofu stew so if it’s on the menu, there a high chance I’ll choose it. Kimchee stays traditional with the jjigae, served in a stone bowl which has been heated so the red spice broth continues to bubble away as you eat it with lashings of rice.
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