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6 places to stuff your face with Korean food in Dublin

Gimme dat bibimbap…!

IF YOU LIKE a bit of Korean or just want to venture into it, look no further.

1. HaiLan, Dame Street

It doesn’t have the best atmosphere and it isn’t fine dining–but it’s Korean cuisine at its finest. Go for their renowned and cheap Bibimbap (a rice dish with a raw egg on top) and one of the massive, comforting soups.

Korea food ;) Source: danielvu1241

2. Kim-Chi on Parnell Street

The Hophouse Kimichi is filled with accessible Korean delights. try Soonduboo Zigae, a spicy broth with kimchi, seafood and egg, or a spicy Korean stew served on a Korean burner.

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3. Arisu, Capel Street

The Spicy Chicken Dup Bap. Get it, get it now. One of the most popular Korean BBQ joints in the city, and once you try it you’ll see why. AND it’s all done at your table.

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4. Hi Lan Korean BBQ, Capel Street

If you prefer your Korean dishes cooked in front of you, head to Hilan, sister of HaiLan. They’ve got SO much choice, even the pickiest of you will be happy. Try one of their many varieties of Bibimbap.

o Source: Yelp

5. Lao, Parnell Street

This place is Chinese Korean fusion. The food is plentiful and reasonable and a good chance to experiment with what you like and dislike about Korean food. What’s more, is that they do karaoke rooms and have a massive SAUCE BUFFET. Just combine these to get instant fun.

o Source: Carol C

6. Han Sung, Great Strand Street

This Asian market has a bit of a hidden secret down the back. A tasty buffet that’s as cheap as chips, but not quite as bad. It’s canteen style makes it perfect for popping in for a cheap lunch on the go.

ビビンバ! Source: tanakaharuna

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