Most people tend to think of kimchi and bibimbap when they think of Korean cuisine. And they are both on the menu at Anju but – like all of the other creations at this place – they’re in tapas form. Everything comes in small portions, perfect for sharing and served with rice. As they soak in the casual atmosphere of the place, guests each order two or three “anju”, which is the Korean word for this type of snack. There’s a spicy rice noodle salad, bulgogi (a pork dish) and fried mandu dumplings, to name but a few. With all the variety on offer, a visit to Anju is like a magical culinary mystery tour and even has gorgeous “sights” in the shape of lovingly prepared, beautifully served dishes.



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