Traditional Korean food is well-known as well-being cuisine retaining distinctive flavours of each ingredient and using natural seasonings. Naru will continue to develop this outstanding tradition. Additionally, Naru is specialized in modernizing Korean Food, which is created in a contemporary and western style while keeping the original tastes and high quality. The ambition is to make Korean food globalized and to become popular with everybody. ” We can say with confidence that we are justifiably proud of our cuisine. We would like every customer to enjoy our beautiful authentic and exclusive Korean Food.”
230 Shaftesbury Avenue
London WC2H 8EG
Me and Will have been here a couple of times and love the BBQ Beef and Qimchee. It has a lovely family feel and manages to combine cosines with stylishness. The staff are attentive and Knowledgeable and the Kitchen is supremely speedy and the only thing that leaves a little to be desired is the tiny toilet whose has had a hole cut in it to accommodate a sanitary bin.
I especially loved Naru because its so un-patronising. They let you get on with it, which led for a more fun evening in my opinion. Despite the size of the place we felt like little fish in a big pond. We were a bit clumsy and clueless with the lettuce.
For any other newbies don’t worry. The BBQ dishes are served with big cos leaves which you role the meat in along with spicy bean paste, shredded spring onion and qimchee. You then did it in soy sauce or some other dipping sauce. Its to die for and tastes so fresh.
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