Previously, the proud nation was known predominantly for its strong export market – whether that be Hyundai cars, Samsung phones, LG electronics or the K-Pop superstars loved all over Asia – and their astounding line in sartorially-challenged dictators. Somewhat depends on which side of the 49th Parallel it is that you take your cues from, isn’t it? Either way, the latest trend to emerge from the Peninsula is Korean BBQ, and if you’re living in Hong Kong, then you don’t have to get on a plane to taste it for yourself. You can jump the MTR over to Tsim Sha Tsui instead, and disembark close to Kimberley Road, where Namdaemoon Korean BBQ lies waiting for you. Then all you need to do is book a table, gather your pals, huddle around the table-top barbecue and await the piles of meat, veg and fish that will surely appear around you, awaiting the moment at which your chopsticks – metal ones, of course – deposit them on the grill in front of you.
Ottima accoglienza, tanta scelta nel cibo , vale la pena fare il bbq direttamente sulla piastra ad ogni tavolo. Ristorante centrale, facile da trovare e caratteristico.