It is located in Røa, not far from the subway station (line 5). I generally try to feature restaurants near city center in this blog but this place deserves the effort to go a bit farther.
The choice isn't big, especially if you want to try Korean food but everything this cafe serves tastes good.
Here, for example, is a picture of a Dolsot Bibimbap we had last time we went there:
Dolsot Bibimbap (a bit spicy), 149 NOK
Something else we like there is there Bulgogi bento which mixes different Asian styles (Korea for the Bulgogi, Vietnam for hte springrolls and Japan for the presentation).
Bulgogi Bento, 179 NOK
One thing to note is that every tastes good and I believe the springrolls to be hand made. And by the way, Bulgogi is the beef dish on the lower left side of the picture. Sauteed beef in a Korean style.
They also serve everything cafes serve (coffee, sandwiches, rolls,...).
All in all, I really like this place.
To sum up advantages and inconveniences of this place, here are the advantages:
- serving Korean food that tastes great
- the price is quite nice
- it is opened on Sunday
What is less good:
- a bit farther from the city center than other restaurants I am reviewing in this blog
- tables and chairs are more of a cafe than of a restaurant (logical since this is a cafe)
- it closes quite early (18 normally, 21 on Thursdays)