Reviews on Korean food in Chevilly Larue, France including Marou, Gin'ro, Sesame & Sel
4 based on 146 reviews
This restaurant is somehow located in a very plain suburb of Paris.When you reach and look at the outside of the restaurant, you can t help thinking that this is gonna be yet another plain charmless restaurant with precooked food and cold service. So you are in for quite a shock when you step in! The restaurant is beautifuly decorated in a very contemporary feel with nothing to envy to most trendy and costly places within the "chic" areas of downtown Paris or Seoul. Just stepping inside makes you feel like you are somewhere else. Staff is very friendly and one can notice that most guests are returning customers. Menuwise it has all the traditionnal Korean dishes that you could expect. Price is also reasonable. We went for the Chef menu which has some fried shrimps which were really to die for. Food was really tasty, very well presented and with a very refined touch. So far this place tops all other Korean restaurants I ve been in Paris. I would even say that it is worth the trip from downtown Paris to get there. No other Korean restaurants in Paris has this quality of interior and level of dish. Overall it was really a great find and a great restaurant. Definitely will be heading back for more every time we have a craving for Korean food.
4 based on 106 reviews
We visited Gin'ro this evening; five friends all of whom have a taste for good Korean. Two knew (they'd been there before) they would choose the barbecue (beef on both choices); one chose the gyoza, knowing she could and would be sampling other dishes. My companion chose Marmite de fruits de mer au tofu (called SON DU BU in Korean) and I chose the BiBimBap with beef and egg. We were served a very tasty and light broth soup as a starter, along with many little pickled veggies as side dishes. The BBQ & Bibimbap also come with choices of little Korean pancakes (I chose this) or a salmon maki roll or salmon sushi. My friends chose the maki roll, it looked good.BBQ is done as is usual, on a gas-heated hot surface built into the table. Each of the pair who chose BBQ were served a generous platter of beef, sliced very thin and marinated in a sauce. All accompanied by sliced mushrooms and veggies, along with a generous bowl of rice. I sampled the BBQ and it was the best I've had.My Bibimbap came in the sizzling hot stone bowl, and was delicious. You add your own sauce, so you can control just how hot the final dish may taste. I've enjoyed Korean in various restaurants in France and the US (in the company of a Korean co-worker at times) and to my taste, Gin'ro was Very GOOD. Portions were quite generous, none of us had room for dessert.
4 based on 300 reviews
Nice clean modern room; pleasant Korean beer; appetisers nice chicken fried in sesame seeds, dumplings then beef stew with pickled vegetables and white rice. Altogether nourishing and delicious. Helpful staff. I shall return.
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