Published on May 14th, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Bekseju Village in Paris, the new Korean bistro in the 13th
Bekseju Village in Paris is a new Korean restaurant opened in February on the Boulevard Saint-Marcel in the 13th. By its name borrowed delicious fermented rice alcohol, Bekseju Village is in the spirit of Korean alcohol shops where people come to share a few drinks around good spicy dishes. Thanks to a particularly well-informed friend, I was very happy to give you a sneak preview of the irresistible Mandoobar. It’s back with this new Korean address that, I’m sure, will soon to talk about it !
Pork baked with Bekseju
Orange & Green apple with Lemon granita
Should go ? Bekseju Village in Paris, it’s heavy ! All qualities in one restaurant in Paris, it could almost be suspect. But not at Bekseju Village, there are a nice decor, lovely service, elegant dishes, a variety of dishes and very well made, a alcohols menu make you travel in Korea and delicious desserts…
With ? With friends. The restaurant’s configuration is suitable for many circumstances.
Go back ? Without delay !
Expensive ? 13 € Menu at lunch. Dessert for 5 €. From 13 to 25 € at dinner for a dish. Very good value for money.
Read the complete post in french here.
Bekseju Village in Paris
53 boulevard Saint-Marcel – Paris 13th
Metro : Gobelins, Saint-Marcel
Tel. : +33 1 77 11 24 37
Open from Tuesday to Saturday for lunch from 12am to 2pm and from 7pm to 11pm for dinner.
Résumé : Bekseju Village in Paris is a new Korean restaurant opened in february on the Boulevard Saint-Marcel in the 13th. By its name borrowed to the delicious fermented rice alcohol, Bekseju Village is in the spirit of Korean houses where people come to share a few drinks around delicious spicy dishes. Nice decor, lovely service, elegant and very well made dishes, a alcohols list make you travel in Korea and addictive desserts, the Bekseju Village is a really great place ! 8 € for lunch and 30 € for dinner.