What is Yakiniku? | Enjoying Yakiniku in Japan

In China, Taiwan and North America, yakinuku (literally “grilled meat” *) is often referred to as Japanese barbeque but in Japan itself, it’s very much considered a Korean import. In the UK, it’s not well known at all. Showa Taishu Horumon in Osaka What is Yakiniku? Yakiniku is DIY dining at its finest! Diners gather ... Read more »

A Korean Feast at Kimchee Restaurant

Having only recently tried dolsot bibimbap for the first time (and loved it) I was happy to accept an invitation from Kimchee restaurant to a blogger event introducing their Korean menu to a group of food bloggers.    images from Kimchee website The restaurant is very large, with an additional dining room downstairs, but the ... Read more »

Eating Korean: Bibimbap, Soho

Bibimbap is a popular Korean dish. Its name translates to ‘mixed rice’ and it usually consists of warm white rice topped with vegetables, meat or seafood, chilli paste and sometimes a raw or fried egg too. The ingredients are stirred together before eating. Dolsot bibimbap is bibimbap served in a hot stone pot. The stone ... Read more »