Kimchi Princess

The iconic Korean restaurant Kimchi Princess in Prenzlauer Berg is named after the famous dish “Kimchi“.
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Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

© Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

Foto: Kimchi Princess | Felix Park

© Foto: Kimchi Princess | Felix Park

Foto: Kimchi Princess | Felix Pahnke

© Foto: Kimchi Princess | Felix Pahnke

Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

© Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

© Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

© Foto: Kimchi Princess | Ken Buslay

Located nearby Görlitzer Bahnhof and in between Kreuzbergs vibrant nightlife the rustic Korean restaurant Kimchi Princess is the perfect starting point for a night out in the bars and clubs of the hipster neighborhood. It’s named after the famous dish Kimchi which is cultured cabbage and vegetables. In Korea this dish is served to almost every meal whether it be with rice or soup.

At the Kimchi Princess you’re seated on long wooden tables. You can order Korean BBQ as well as burgers, chicken and vegan dishes. If you’re looking for an in-restaurant, this is the place to be. The dark room is illuminated by red neon lights, it has floor to ceiling windows and oozes with industrial charm.

You can find typical Korean dishes like salads, soups or the national dishes Bibimbap and Jabchae (glass noodles) on the menu. The BBQ includes ribeye steak, pork and chicken in a hot marinade with different sides and rice.

By the way – right around the corner you can find Kimchis little brother the Angry Chicken which serves Korean fried chicken and burgers in a similar atmosphere.

As the Kimchi Princess is widely known it even has its own online shop where you can buy merchandise like hoodies or tote bags.

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Editors Rating

Ambience
4.25

Quality
4.50

Variety
4.75

Asian Feel
3.90

Total
4.35

Address

Skalitzer Str., 36, 10999, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg

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Business Hours

Mon - Sun

from 12:00 pm on

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