Looking for Some Fine Korean Food?

Try out Kimchi Korea House (149 Dundas St. W, Toronto, ON), a restaurant specializing in Korean food! Although their food might be pricier (around $13 – $30 per dish) than typical Korean restaurants, they have radical dishes worthy of raving about. I went with a friend of mine, and although we did take some time to order, they were very patient with us, even with a full house. There were six banchan (side dishes) served at the beginning which is the standard number (of side dishes).

Usually, a Korean restaurant has the occasional 3 types of bibimbap (rice dish topped with other veggies and a protein), but this restaurant has it all. From beef to eel, they serve 10+ different bibimbaps, which is phenomenal! Here are some pictures just to show.

[from left: kimchi bibimbap, tteokbokki, salmon bibimbap]

The food took around 10~15 minutes and, obviously, tasted amazing. Did I mention their extraordinary service? Yep, their service was amazing. When our cups were empty, they immediately came and filled them back up with water and checked up with us to see how we were doing every now and then. My total came up to around $30 with the salmon bibimbap and tteokbokki (spicy rice cake), and my friend’s came to around $20 (all including tips).

My rating:

Food: 8/10

Service: 8/10

Ambiance: 8.5/10 (Sat a bit too close to other customers.)

Utensils: 6/10 (Gave wooden chopsticks. I prefer the metal ones.)

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