Min’s Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea)

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As you know from being my biggest fan, I lived in Seoul last year for six months, specifically in the Apgujeong area. For my latest review, I visited Min’s Kitchen which was only about a five minute walk from where I lived before. It’s also near Dosan Park which is one of my favorite places to be! The cuisine at Min’s Kitchen is described as being modern Korean cuisine. They’ve taken a lot of authentic tastes and presented them in a way that is different than I’ve ever seen before.

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

For dinner, to give the restaurant a fair shake, I went with “Set C” which is an extensive tasting menu. Starting out with┬ásome very potent soju. Typically soju is around 20% but this was 40%. It got Pierre to his happy place quickly. This was served alongside some warm beef jerky, which I could’ve easily ate all night. So tasty.

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

The first more enjoyable thing I had after the beef jerky would have to be the tuna tartar. Tuna tartar is always very safe with me because I’m almost guaranteed to love it. Haven’t met a one that I didn’t enjoy. Refreshing and enjoyable. The next dish that I quite liked would be the Korean pancakes. There were three, all with different ingredients. I preferred the seafood and meat variations the best.

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

The next dish that I have to highlight was the beef. This had a very traditional Korean taste but was presented in a very unique way. The meat was very succulent and melted in my mouth. It brought me to another world of enjoyment.

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

We were sure to finish off the meal with a light dessert of fruit, sweets and coffee.

Min's Kitchen Restaurant Review (Seoul, Korea) Asia Blog Restaurants South Korea

When it was all said and done, I enjoyed my meal at Min’s Kitchen. Overall, things I liked were the interior design, the new twist on Korean classics and of course little things like the jerky and soju. If you’re looking to try a new twist on Korean cuisine, I would recommend you to visit Min’s kitchen in Seoul, South Korea!

As you know from being my biggest fan, I lived in Seoul last year for six months, specifically in the Apgujeong area. For my latest review, I visited Min's Kitchen which was only about a five minute walk from where I lived before. It's also near Dosan Park which is…

The Nitty Gritty

Taste - 7.6
Value - 7
Feng Shui - 7.5
Convenience - 8
Service - 7

7.4

Wow!

7


 

Min’s Kitchen

Restaurant

135-897 10-4, Dosan-daero 45-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

Phone: +82-2-544-1007

 


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