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Bar and Grill offers diners authentic Korean cuisine and you’ll find them just off the canal overlooking the beautiful little Venice. Specialising in BBQ meats (Gogi means beef in Korean), each table is fitted with its own grill where your food is cooked fresh in front of your own very eyes. We tried the Bulgogi; beef marinated in a Korean BBQ sauce. The waitress takes you through the knack; Wrap it up in a lettuce leaf, add a dollop of spring onion and chilli sauce and you’re good to go.

For main the Dolsof Biblimbap was a winner for us, served in a stone pot which means it keeps cooking once served making the rice go crispy. We choose the chicken which comes with sautéed vegetables, egg yolk and a chilli paste – a big thumbs up from us.

The restaurant also boasts a good cocktail menu serving sake infused mojitos and other classics which have all been given a Korean twist. We loved the raspberry cooler which was light and refreshing.Staff are really friendly, helpful and more than happy to explain the menu to you. So, if you’re over that side of town and you fancy something a little different Gogi is a good call… Ain’t no BBQ like a Gogi BBQ.

451 Edgware Road, W2 1TH