Korean Village Restaurant welcomes you to their dining room. This eatery serves noodles and soup. Their atmosphere has been described as casual. They are open late all week. You can get there by bicycle and public transit. They are found in a location packed with restaurants, parks and stores.
This is a pretty old restaurant that's changed owners a couple times already. Dishes are decent, safe place to have your regular Korean food. A tad bit pricey, service really depends on your server and his/her mood.
Korean food is largely about wholesome ingredients such as rice, vegetables and delicious red-pepper paste (gochujang). At critically acclaimed Korean Village in downtown Calgary, try the signature barbecue beef (bulgogi) or dolsot bibimbap, a savoury dish consisting of rice and veggies served in a smokin’ stone pot.
Barbecue beef (bulgogi) may be this cuisine’s signature dish, and though this is not a cholesterol-friendly dish, Korean food is largely about wholesome ingredients such as rice, vegetables and delicious red-pepper paste (gochujang). At critically acclaimed Korean Village, try the dolsot bibimbap — rice and veggies served in a smokin’ stone pot.
One of Calgary’s oldest Korean restaurants, Korean Village is easy to find, as it’s situated just south of the Calgary tower on 10th Avenue Southwest. Korean standards served with an array of complimentary side dishes (banchan) include transparent chapchae noodles with vegetables and pork, kimchi stew, spicy chicken as well as several grill-it-yourself tabletop barbecue dishes.
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