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Bibimbap To Pork Belly: Eat The Best Korean Food At These 10 Spots In The City

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Korean food has been popular in Delhi for a long time, and it’s safe to say that it's here to stay. The Korean dining scene has only gotten bigger and better over the past couple of years. If you're a fan of the rice-, meat- and vegetable-based cuisine, or maybe just curious to explore and see what the fuss is all about, here are 10 Korean restaurants you must visit in Delhi. 


The first Kori's outlet opened up in the hustle bustle of Humayunpur, home to the best Northeastern food and eateries. They've recently opened up in Greater Kailash too, so you can take your pick as to where you'd like to go since both offer not only great authentic Korean food, but the ambiance and hospitality is pretty good too. Plus the food is reasonably priced! Take your friends along, break into a bottle of soju and eat away. 

What to order: Kimchi kimbap, mandu and tteokbokki. 

Price: INR 1,000 for two 

Gung The Palace

Gung The Palace offers patrons an authentic Korean experience, with delicious food, traditional seating and a serene ambience. We cannot stress enough that Gung attempts to stay as true to traditional Korean cooking as possible. Korean cuisine favours sweet and savoury flavours side-by-side and the combination can be difficult for the Indian palate to enjoy. However, if you are a foodie or an adventurous eater, then Gung is one of the best Korean places in the city.

What to order: Donkkaseu omeurice, nakji jeongol

Price: INR 3,000 for two people

The For'est

Compact, cute and aesthetic, this restaurant-cum-grocery store is perfect if you’re looking for Korean food snacks and beverages. As soon as you walk in, you'll find the store section, where you can buy a ton of stuff you can stock up on from fresh breads, tarts to even pre-packaged veggies! The restaurant is on the floor above with comfortable seating and super attentive staff. The menu has a mix of cafe and asian food too, but mostly Korean which we definitely recommend.

What to order: Bibimbap, Korean chicken and tarts

Price: INR 700 for two

Hahn's Kitchen

This place comes with a very contemporary, modern vibe mixed with traditional Korean decor. Perfect for a family outing, this is a go-to place if you're looking for good Korean food and a dining experience. 

What to order: Hotpot, spicy grilled pork belly 

Price: INR 1,800 for two

Café At Korean Cultural Centre

The cafe at Korean Cultural Centre is a perfect place to try authentic Korean cuisine. Seating options here are plenty, so you can get your friends and just chill over some kimbaps. They have organic coffee, latte options and a must-try is the lavender sweet potato beverage! You have to try the authentic fried chicken, gimbaps and ramyeon here.

What to order: Bulgogi deopbab, bi bim bab

Price: INR 800 for two

Master Koii's

With quirky, fun and colourful interiors, Master Koii's is great for a brunch date. They offer not only authentic Korean but also Thai, Malaysian and Chinese! The food is definitely worth a visit and the portions are great. The menu is neatly divided into different cuisines, making it super easy to choose! 

What to order: Crunchy Korean chicken strips, ramyun bowls. 

Price: 1,900 for two.

Kia’s Cafe- Delicious Korean

Located in the famous neighbourhood of Lajpat Nagar, Kia's is a great option if you're in the mood for some Korean but don't want it to be too heavy on the pocket. The menu is not very extensive, but what they do offer is really good. The place is reasonably priced with a good relaxing ambiance. 

What to order: Kimbap, ramen. 

Price: INR 600 for two

Busan Korean Restaurant

Busan offers amazing food with an even more amazing ambience. You'll also be able to fill your belly without causing much damage to your bank balance. They have a really authentic set-up with low tables and chairs. Do visit this place for all your Korean food cravings.

What to order: Haemul pa jeon, so kalbi jim

Price: INR 900 for two


Home to not only Korean but Japanese and Asian cuisine, Kofufku is a great place to go when the squad cannot make up their minds! The menu is extensive and well-defined so you know what you're ordering. Plus the staff is great and super helpful if you want to ask for suggestions or have certain requests. The food is decently priced too, while the ambiance gives us very chic, modern Asian vibes. 

What to order: Kimchi jjigae, haemol pajeon (Korean pancake)

Price: INR 1,400 for two 

Restaurant De Seoul

Restaurant De Seoul has a lot of variety on their menu and they offer dual dining spaces. We have heard great things about their service, ambience and food. Although it's priced on the higher side, we think this spot is worth a try.

What to order: Bosingtang, nae jang tang

Price: INR 2,500 for two