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Judy Joo

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Judy Joo is an author, host of the television programme 'Korean Food Made Simple', and chef patron of Soho's Jinjuu Korean restaurant 

Review: the Korean menu at Galvin at Windows, Mayfair

They may have held on to their Michelin star for the eighth year running, but the team at lofty Park Lane icon Galvin at Windows aren't playing it safe: for the month of October, they've gone Korean

Local Heroes: New Korean restaurants

BIBIGOSaint John Street, EC1VKorean food is the latest to fly the East Asian flag, and Bibigo is one of the restaurants leading the charge. Its menu is packed f

A classic Burns Night whisky cocktail from Johnnie Walker and Galvin at Windows

Looking to celebrate the big night in at home? It'd be madness not to mix up a whisky drink on 25 January, and The Gentleman's Wager is a classic

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Nick Savage

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Nick will try anything once, whether it's tarantula stew in Cambodia, muskox Thai green curry in Greenland or mopane worms in Zimbabwe. However, nothing shook him quite to the core like his university roommate's kitchen abominations. As for food that he actually enjoys, he can be found sniffing around London for its best ramen, Szechuan, Mexican, Korean, Peruvian et al, ad nauseum.

Make the Everyday Korean's focaccia with fried kimchi

What's Korean fermented veg doing on classic Italian focaccia, you ask? Don't knock it until you've tried it. This buttery fried kimchi fusion is about to blow your mind

Make My Rice Bowl's leek and oxtail stew with glass noodles

If you're looking to chase the chill away, this Korean hot pot is a proper winter warmer that's both delicious and easy to make. The Chinese mustard greens are also known as mustard cabbage and sow cabbage. They'll add a little heat to the rich caramelised meat, but if you can't find them online you can use kale

The changing face of Seoul, South Korea

South Korea's capital is a quickly evolving metropolis, a place where age-old traditions are making way for fast-paced change. We find our way around bite by bite, and learns that the best way to understand this city is via its food

Coqfighter, Soho: restaurant review

The Aussie-owned street-food-trader-turned-restaurant offers a pared-down but effective menu of Korean- and Japanese-inspired fried chicken dishes

London Larder: Eaten Alive’s classic spicy kimchi

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, we're getting funky with Eaten Alive's classic spicy kimchi