K-POP Restaurant London

Tucked away in Margaret Street, just 3-min walk from Oxford Circus, there is a lovely hidden gem and it’s a must-visit for K-pop fans. K-POP is London’s first (and only) K-pop-themed restaurant with an atmospheric basement, lovely staff, and great menu of authentic Korean foods.

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“Smooth like butter…”

 

K-POP Restaurant London

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K-POP is a family owned and family run Korean restaurant and they really put their hearts into it. You are literally served by the members of the family, and they go out of their way to give you the best service possible.

 

K-POP Restaurant Message Board

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The 2-story restaurant is dedicated to K-pop music and idols. There are pictures of K-pop idols everywhere and you can listen to the best K-pop music while dining.

Upstairs, there is also a blackboard with rainbow chalks for visitors to write messages or draw something K-pop related.

 

 

“I’m good I’m hot I’m fresh I’m fly…”

 

K-POP London

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Upstairs they mainly serve takeaway orders but there are tables and chairs if you want to sit down.

A beautiful Victorian cast iron staircase leads to downstairs to a smaller yet much more decorative dining area. Wooden and bamboo decorations, a huge mirror and a cute neon sign provide the perfect backdrop for your Insta pics and TikTok videos.

 

“How you like that?”

 

K-POP Korean Restaurant London

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 The menu is surprisingly extensive, given that the restaurant itself is not that big. There are so many options to choose from. From starters to noodles and soups to rice dishes there are over 70 different dishes on the menu, including vegan, halal, and glute free options.

To wash your throat, you can order Korean alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks.

Ready for your next adventure? Do you love anime and manga? Are you a cosplayer?  Uzumaki London is re-opening their new anime-themed restaurant in July, and it’s bigger and more immersive than ever. Tickets for their opening party are still available.