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The Top 5 Korean Barbecue Restaurants in Dubai

A delicious and hearty cuisine feature staple foods of rice, noodles, tofu, vegetables and meat as well as enticing side-dishes, Korean food tops the charts when craving a taste of Asia. Eat at the following top five Korean restaurants in Dubai to get your fix.

Royal Ascot Hotel

Bur Dubai

04 355 8500

1

Dae Jung Kum

An intimate and casual setting boasting regular Korean clients, have a traditional three-course meal at Dae Jung Kum and delight in innovative Asian dishes such as  the starter of haemul pajeon- a seafood pancake with spring onion served in a skillet; boneless ribs of beef with rice for the main; and soybean soup to finish the meal.

Oud Metha

04 334 4294

2

Hyu Korean Restaurant

Dine amidst a sea of Korean expats at this popular Korean eatery in Oud Metha. Try an endless variety of tasty starters including pumpkin purée; spinach with sesame seeds; and angry red kimchi. You must try the popular barbecued Korean meat dishes for the main course as well as the glass noodles. Excellent friendly service, it is easy to see why this place is such a favorite.

Bur Dubai

04 345 1300

3

Mannaland Korean Restaurant

This tasty Korean joint is tucked away in Bur Dubai. Kim Chi is brought immediately to the table followed by tasty starters and accompaniments including bipat bibimba, a  heated metal bowl containing rice, egg, beef and veggies; seafood pancakes; and rice cakes. For the main don't miss the zesty Korean barbecue with accompaniments of garlic, chili and onions. This eatery is provides a wonderful taste of Korea.

Satwa, Al Hudaiba Street

04 345 4354

4

Koreana

This charming Korean restaurant in Korean boasts loyal Korean clients and some delicious authentic dishes. A favorite on the streets of Satwa, delight in delicious Korean starters and popular barbecued meat dishes.

Ramada Continental Hotel

04 266 2666

5

Silla Korean Restaurant

A quaint little restaurant located on the roof level of the Ramada Continental Hotel and decorated in traditional style, Silla serves traditional Korean dishes and is popular among locals and ex-patriots. If you're a karaoke fan, then this is the place for you to eat and sing away to your heart's content.

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New York June/July 2014
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