Mumbai Peeps, Visit These Four Eateries For A Delicious Korean Fare


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    Mumbai is brimming with new restaurants and Korean cuisine has also paved its way to the city. Here’s where you can try some delicious and spicy Korean food.

    Heng Bok, Bandra

    Heng Bok

    Bandra West, Mumbai

    Adding to Mumbai’s diverse cuisine, Heng Bok offers up Korean cuisine for the foodies out there looking to mix it up and discover something exciting. With a grill-it-yourself barbeque offered at the tables itself, we immediately knew Heng Bok is all about the Oriental experience.

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    And Chillies, Mahim

    And Chillies

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    You could barely go wrong with anything on this menu. The main cuisines here are Asian, Chinese, Thai and Korean. The food at this place is generally brilliant and so the veg and non-veg starters would not fail to disappoint. For the main course, we highly recommend trying out the one-bowl meals here.

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    Umame, Churchgate


    Churchgate, Mumbai

    Umame is great for Asian food in general, but for its Korean tacos especially. A food truck-inspired dish, the Korean taco is only available here and at Joss restaurant. The classic corn tortilla is stuffed with Korean classics, such as bulgogi and kimchi. Umami has a range of Korean tacos, such as pulled pork, prawns, mock bulgogi and more. The Bibimbap there is also a must-try.

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    Shizusan Shophouse and Bar, Lower Parel


    Lower Parel, Mumbai

    Here, you can expect to be served food from several countries and regions in South East Asia – Japan, China, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, and Philippines. You’ll find dishes you will find in an authentic local kitchen on a street in Vietnam or a corner in Beijing – sashimi, nigiri and maki sushi, baos, dim sums, rice bowls, satays,Taiwanese miso milk bowls, Korean fried chicken wings, stir fried vegetables, and a whole lot more.

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