Here Are Some Of South Point Mall’s Best-Kept Korean Secrets

Maanya posted on 09 March

Ten-Second Takeaway

An unlikely mall, South Point has few clothing stores, but is also home to some of the most well-kept Korean secrets in Gurgaon. Whether you’re in the mood for an authentic Korean BBQ meal or would like to score some sheet masks, here’s where you should go.

Midam {Restaurant}

The sign outside promised authentic Korean BBQ but they were closed for business when we made a trip to South Point Mall. They open at 11.30am and serve lunch till 2.30pm and re-open for dinner business from 5.30pm – 10.30pm.

We’ll be back to sample their Bibimbap soon, though.

Casual Dining

Lower Ground Floor, South Point Mall, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon

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Seela Mart {Korean Store}

They have Korean sheet masks! Plus, they stock every kind of K-ingredient imaginable, in case you’re looking to start cooking some Korean food yourself. We spotted some vinegar drinks, in flavours like Grape and Green Apple, rice paper, red bean paste, pork belly and obviously SO much kim-chi.



Sibang {Bakery}

Our obsession with Sibang’s fluffy, jiggly cheesecakes continues and this remains one of our favourite spots at South Point Mall. The brightly-lit Sibang is great for a lunch date, especially if you think dessert is the best thing about any meal. Their fresh loaves of bread are legend, as well.

Don’t forget to try some of their Coffee Bing-Su, an icy Korean dessert that’s perfect for the scorching summer about to set in.

#LBBTip: They also offer free Wi-Fi, in case you’d like to get some work done while you munch on the Apple Cake.


DLF South Point Mall, Shop 108, 1st Floor, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon

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The Bibimbab/Myung-Ga {Restaurant}

A tiny restaurant located on the second floor of South Point Mall, The Bibimbab {or Myung-Ga – it’s all very confusing and you’ll know what we’re talking about when you see their sign}, has a big menu for big fans of Bibimbap.

If you’re looking to really explore Korean cuisine, this is definitely the restaurant we’d recommend. While offering traditional BBQ dishes, such as the Galbisal or the Bulgogi, they also have pages and pages of options for the more experimental Korean food enthusiast.

Kimchi Dumplings, we’re coming for you.


It’s always nice to end your meal on a sweet note, so after you’re done feasting on Korean hot-pots and big plates of food, head to the third floor and get yourself some Bing-Su.

Essentially, Bing-Su is a bowl of shaved ice, topped with condensed milk, rice cake, shaved almonds and Gosomi powder. If you’d like to stick to familiar flavors, try the fruity Strawberry Bing-Su.