O’Kitchen Adding to the expansion of Korean options across the city mentioned in the review of Kim’s Bulgogi, we now have O’Kitchen on Marchmont Road. It took over the premises previously occupied by Garden Y a couple of months ago.Exterior The fabric of the place remains largely unaltered but the menu is now firmly focussed …

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Kim’s Bulgogi After largely being confined to Buccleuch Street previously, we have had a fresh little outcropping of Korean restaurants of late. Joining well establised Ong Gie in Tollcross is another Korean barbecue place called…Korean BBQ. Exterior In Stockbridge we have Kim’s Bulgogi, which as far as I can discern is not related to Kim’s …

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Ninja Kitchen at Bourbon – SADLYNOW CLOSED I was sad when Ninja Buns finished their residency at Paradise Palms late in 2015 as they were a fine purveyor of quirky and flavour-packed dishes, having made the transition from street food traders to a permanent kitchen with consummate style.Entrance With Markus now going it alone as …

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Sodaeng

ExteriorIn the premises where Tea at 94 once delighted us, Sodaeng is now plying its trade. Serving a comprehensive menu of Korean dishes, it has further added to Buccleuch Street’s status as our own little Korea-town. I’ve very much enjoyed visits to Kim’s Mini Meals, and while Cafe Andamiro wasn’t quite so good it still …

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ExteriorGiven than I’d visited the three other Korean places in Edinburgh (Kim’s, Ong Gie, and Shilla) and am starting to close in on a full set of Japanese places, Café Andamiro, recently opened on Buccleuch Street, was a must-visit. I was joined today by Cressi, who has recently taken over as the Yelp community manager …

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