Koreanisch Essen in Berlin – Der Guide

Ganz klar steht Koreanisches Essen stark im Trend in Berlin. Jeder kennt’s – Bibimbap und BBQ, koreanischer Pfannkuchen oder auch der Fusion Burger auf dem Street Food Markt. Die Hülle und Fülle der koreanischen Restaurants in Berlin zeigt uns, dass das koreanische Essen sehr viel mehr zu bieten hat als Kimchi in der Gemüse Schüssel. Und damit ihr auch wisst, wo’s am besten schmeckt, haben wir hier eine Best-Of Liste für euch zusammengestellt.

Korean Food Stories

Korean Food Stories, Prenzlauer Allee 217, Prenzlauer Berg

Tel: 0157 36375002

Opening hours: Mon – Fri 12:00 – 20:00

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photo: Gogogi

Gogogi, Weinbergsweg 24, Mitte

Tel: 030 55246141

Opening hours: Tue, Wed, Thu, Sun 12:00–15:30h and 18:00–23:00h. Fri, Sat 12:00–15:30h and 18:00–00:00h. Closed Mondays

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Ban Ban Kitchen

photo: Ban Ban Kitchen

Ban Ban Kitchen, Schillerpromenade 32, 12049 Berlin-Neukölln

Opening hours: Thu – Tue 17:00 – 22:00h

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photo: Ailine Liefeld

Ixthys, Pallasstraße 21, Schöneberg

Tel: 030 81474769

Opening hours: Mon – Sat 12:00 – 22:00h

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Kimchi Princess

photo: Kimchi Princess

Kimchi Princess, Skalitzer Str. 36, Kreuzberg

Tel: 0163 4580203

Opening hours: daily 12-11pm

Yoori by
on August 12th, 2015
updated on Oktober 7th, 2016
in Restaurants

16 Responses to “Koreanisch Essen in Berlin – Der Guide”

  1. Maren Says:

    You have missed Wa Wa in Schöneberg (Akazienkiez)! (in general, a bit a broader view besides the usual hip tracks of Neukoelln, Prenzlberg and Kreuzberg would be worthwhile in your guides ;-))

  2. Maren Says:

    Ups, just saw that you did cover Schöneberg, apologies! 🙂 But I can still recommend Wa Wa!

  3. Never Youmind Says:

    Gangnam Pocha!

  4. Blue Says:

    No, no, no! No list is complete without Madang on it.

  5. Ahoi Says:

    Our next diner in Berlin will be definitely Korean !!!!

  6. Korean King Says:

    Kimchi Princess? It is hip, but the food sucks big time. Plus, it’s heavily over-priced. If you like really good food at a place, where actual Koreans like to go, visit Seoul Kwan in Friedenau. It’s not hip, but super delicious and authentic.

  7. anna Says:

    Seoul Kwan is definitely a must in this list! a bit hidden but truly authentic and delicious, don’t leave without the icecream

  8. SandyInBerlin Says:

    Great list! Just what I was looking for to plan my weekend. Thanks for the research. Now how to decide which one, they all seem really good…

  9. Jonnie Says:

    Kimchi Princess serves by far the worst food quality in Berlin. Everywhere else is cheaper and better.

  10. Ben Says:

    I think calling Kimchee Princess the ‚worst quality‘ in Berlin is a bit of an exaggeration. I’d say it’s better than Gogogi and Ssam.

  11. Mattias Says:

    Good this… but you forgot:


    eberswalder str. 35..
    „Die Fusion aus koreanischer Küche gepaart mit dem Tapas-Gedanken der spanischen Küche ergibt außergewöhnliche Kreationen.“ ; )
    very much recommend…

  12. Eesha Bansal Says:

    Yam yam & Madang are also great options 🙂

  13. Fine Says:

    SU korean bbq in Fhain is missing in that list!!!

  14. Paulina Says:

    It is written that the list was updated on the 5th of October. So how come Ban Ban Kitchen still has its old address??? More then a half year ago the moved to Schillerpromenade and right now are located next to Prince & Tiger.
    I would definitely mention Mercosy on Dresdner Strasse- in my opinion they have one of the best bimbaps, for sure better then this one in Kimchi Princess.

  15. Miranda Says:

    Seoulkitchen in fhain is amazing!

  16. P Says:

    How is https://www.yelp.com/biz/new-arirang-berlin not on the list? It’s amazing and their potato starter is delicious!

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