BBQ and Korean-inspired flavours at Olle. From sushi-making classes in Soho to self-serving grills on the Southbank, this city’s foodie scene has proved time and time again that we’re mad for a cook-your-own concept. A fact not wasted on the recently-opened Olle; a Korean BBQ restaurant…
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Olle is the latest restaurant to be opened by famous chef Charles Seo. Based in Chinatown in Central London, the restaurant serves Korean Barbecue dishes and traditional stews, all created using fresh ingredients and contemporary cooking techniques.
The restaurant itself has a friendly, casual dining atmosphere. In an attempt to tap into the trend of mixing traditional with modernism, the entire venue is separated by large communal-dining style tables, all boasting built-in barbecue grills for guests to cook their own dishes on. To support the fresh menu, the bartenders serve a range of Korean beers and fine wines, all acting as the perfect accompaniment to each dish.
- Happily Affordable ££
- No door charge normally
- No Minimum Age
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Olle, 86-88, Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6LN
Leicester Square (Tube)