Speaking of Korean food, there must be bibimbap, kimchi, budae jjigae, Korean barbecue, spicy fried rice cake… No matter whether you have the nostalgia for Korean cuisine, or if you want to offer an exotic flavor to your taste buds, you can definitely find some fantastic Korean restaurants in Paris.
This light-filled restaurant is situated nearby the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. The interior decoration is simple and elegant with pretty color combination. Although it is a little bit small, this can be a sweet place to have a meal with friends and family. They provide various dishes, such as japchae, bibimbap, barbecue etc. If you are looking for a restaurant with a good value for the money after shopping in the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, why don’t you give the restaurant Soon a shot?
Address: 20 Rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris
Opening hours: 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:30
How to get there: Metro Franklin D. Roosevelt (M1/M9), Saint-Philippe-du-Roule (M9)
Phone number: +33 1 42 25 04 72 / +33 6 14 07 36 19
Recently opened, this new Korean restaurant has already won a soaring popularity. Hwarang is located at the junction of the 5th and 13th district. As the owners, a Korean couple, promised, they use only fresh ingredients. The environment is very sweet, just like at home. In this restaurant, you can take main Korean cuisine and barbecue, of course, the taste is authentic. Moreover, the price is also very reasonable.
Address: 11 Boulevard Arago, 75013 Paris
Opening hours: 12:00-15:00, 19:00-23:00
How to get there: Metro Les Goblins (M7)
Phone number: +33 1 45 32 90 51
The first time I heard about Dokkebi, it was from a Korean friend who came to Paris for her study. Indeed, the place is small, there are just a couple of times downstairs and upstairs. However, everything tastes exactly as in the Korea. With a lot of choices and reasonable prices, you can come here with your friends to relive the tastes of dishes made by mom.
Address: 33 Rue des Petits Champs, 75001 Paris
Opening hours: 12:00-15:00, 19:00-22:20
How to get there: Metro Pyramides (M7/M14)
Phone number: +33 1 42 61 79 49
Located in a corner of the street, Jeongane is small but definitely a good and sweet Korean restaurant in Paris. There is no denying that the service is very comfortable and fast. If you order the barbecue, you will find that the meat is already macerated, which gives it a particularly succulent taste.
Address: 60 Rue des Morillons 75015 Paris France
Opening hours: 11:30-14:30, 19:00-22:30 (except Monday noon)
How to get there: Metro Porte de Vanves (M13)
Phone number: +33 9 73 56 35 88
This is a Korean restaurant full of modern art, both in restaurant decoration and food presentation. BBQ, grilled pork dumplings with secret recipe, traditional bibimbap and other classic Korean food… Basically you can find everything about Korean cuisine. The ambiance is comfortable not only for a small meal between friends, but also for groups. If you decide to organize a group meal, it’d be better to book tables in advance.
Address: 80 Rue de la Procession, 75015 Paris
Opening hours: 12:00–14:30, 19:00–23:00 (except Saturday noon and Sunday noon)
How to get there: Metro Volontaire (M12)
Phone number: +33 1 47 34 08 35
Tasty food, elegant decoration, friendly service… What can we expect more for a restaurant? Shingané is situated near Cimetière du Père-Lachaise. After a stroll in the Cimetière, perhaps you will enjoy another nice moment in this restaurant. Although it is larger than most of Korean restaurants in Paris, I suggest you make a reservation just in case.
Address: 63 avenue Gambetta, 75020 Paris
Opening hours: 10 :00-14 :30, 19 :00-22 :30 (except Monday all day)
How to get there: Metro – Gambetta (M3/M3bis)
Phone number: +33 1 43 15 65 11
Sodam is a Korean restaurant near Montparnasse Tower. A good choice after enjoying the wonderful city view on the Montparnasse Tower or hanging out in the quarter. As an authentic restaurant, it is highly recommended by one of the most famous French food comments website, Lafourchette. Barbecue, fried dumplings, bibimbap… whatever you are looking for, you can find it here. It is said that the owners of Sodam is twin sisters from the Korea, therefore you can taste real Korean food with family recipes just like in the hometown!
Address: 39 Rue de Gergovie, 75014 Paris
Opening hours: 12:00–14:30, 19:00–22:30 (except Monday all day)
How to get there: Metro Pernety (M13)
Phone number: +33 1 45 41 04 32
This restaurent of some repute in Paris is particularly famous for its barbecue. Accompanied by the aroma of grilled porc, their kimchi cake, fried vegetables are also worth trying! I bet you will step in this restaurant with plenty of expectations and go home with full of happiness. In consideration of its good business, I suggest you make a reservation first before going.
Address: 42 Rue Blomet, 75015 Paris
Opening hours: 12:00–14:00, 18:30–22:00 (except Sunday all day and Monday noon)
How to get there: Metro Volontaire (M12)
Phone number: +33 1 47 34 73 62
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