Hansung Co. 漢城美食 (Closed)
English Address : 74 Kimberley Street Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese Address : 尖沙咀金巴利街74號
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Phone No. : 2367 5025
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Categories : Korean
Spending : $41-$100
Overall Score : 3.5
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Opening Hours: 星期一至日: 12:00-16:00, 18:00-22:30
Number of Seats: 8
Payment Method: Cash
1 to 5 of 8 reviews:
Cheap and delicious
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Walt (1 Review(s))
This restaurant seems to receive mixed reviews. Anyway, my experience has been excellent.Yes the waitresses were filipinos. Yes the service was limited and you needed to write down your order yourself. Yes it felt a little cramped sitting with another 2 groups of people on a big family-style table. But I could care less for those, cos the food was amazing. =]Side dishes - Kimchi and preserved radish:The kimchi is one of the better kimchi I have tasted. It has an additional sweetness to it which is very pleasant. I never liked preserved radish so no comment.Seafood rice cake ($50):I agree with other reviewers: it's a bit oily. But it's better than many Korean rice cakes I have tried. The flavors of squid and green onion are strong and aromatic and complement each other nicely. The rice cake itself has a nice texture.Hot stone bowl bibimbap ($70):Fresh ingredients and nicely executed. There was a little too much spicy sauce. I recommend ordering the sauce on the side.Stir-fried spicy pork rice ($70):My favorite. Aromatic and intense flavors in the pork. The rice also tastes so good lol (no idea why).I will definitely come back, though the mixed reviews seem to point to inconsistency problems.
Date of Visit: 2012-06-08
Table Wait Time: 20 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD95 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste5 Environment4 Service2 Hygiene4 Value for Money5
Not real Korean food
Williamngwaiman (1 Review(s))
If you want real Korean food, this place is not what you are looking for. This is more or less Fast food made in korean style but failed. Fried rice cake was too chewy and no taste at all. They only have two side dishes, kimchi and radish. This is not acceptable. Also credit card is not accepted. Attendants and chefs are not Korean nor Chinese!!!!! Nonsense!!!! In conclusion this restaurant is overrated, it is actually completely rubbish! Please give bad rating if you agree so innocent people would not come here.
Date of Visit: 2011-09-22
Table Wait Time: 5 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD100 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste1 Environment3 Service2 Hygiene3 Value for Money3
matildawongg (3 Review(s))
This was my second time here. I find this restaurant quite cute in it's interior design and its little menu where you write the numbers for which dishes you want on your own order form (see below for photo). However, I thought that the range of choices wasn't that much and it was slightly pricey. However, if you compare this place to other Korean restaurants, say in Causeway Bay, then it's relatively cheap.
Between 3 people, we ordered 4 dishes.
The menu & order form - the good thing is it's clear what the food you're getting should look like
Kimchi! Gotta love kimchi..
Kimbap. Another fave. Reminds me of the times when I had korean friends and they'd offer them to me. Delicious!
Can't remember what type of pork this was.. BBQ I guess..? Not bad, but not as good as going for Korean BBQ and ordering pork there
Pancakes. Interesting taste, but quite different from the traditional type.
The stone pot rice. This wasn't amazing, as I've been to plenty other Korean restaurants in Hong Kong and in Beijing.
Last was the rice cakes with instant noodles. Not thaaaaaat amazing either
Overall, I'd say it wasn't the best Korean food I've had, but it wasn't the worst. There are few dishes that are better than others and more worth the money. I'd say I liked the Kimbap the most. However, since we were quite hungry, it was very enjoyable, since we didn't have to wait for seats (Mid-Autumn Festival that day) and the service was quite fast.
Date of Visit: 2010-09-22
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD83 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste4 Environment5 Service5 Hygiene5 Value for Money3
失落的日子之月餅殺手 (1389 Review(s))
My dad brought me here for Korean lunch. Both the restaurant owner and the dining room are nice, simple, clean, and "nothing unnecessary".
Pickle: The pickles are radish and bak-choy. Both taste good. I like the hot and spicy bak-choy kimchi.
Korean Seafood Pancake (HK$50): This is a crispy pancake. It smelt great. However, if it has more seafood, says another 50% more, which would be excellent.
Korean beef hot pot with rice (HK$70): It took over 20 minutes to arrive the table. The soup taste really good. It has bak-choy, sticky rice cake, mushroom, leek, and beef. I like the combination of this hot pot. However, if the beef slides can be in good shape, such as slices, that would be another excellent!
We also order a pop (Coke) at HK$10. So, the final bill was HK$130.
Although this dining room is not well-decorated and their food has room to improve, I think this is not a bad restaurant because
1.It is charging much less than most of the famous Korean restaurant in this town (except those BBQ chain!)
2. Since their food was not so fancy, it looks like eating in a Korean family, instead of visiting a restaurant.
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD65 (Lunch)
Rating : Taste3 Environment4 Service4 Hygiene5 Value for Money4
Noodles as dark as the alleyway
supersupergirl (2536 Review(s))
After going the wrong direction and mixing up Kimberley Road and Street, finally found it in a dark alleyway, the sort of setting for a triad movie! Well there were police checking out that street so I suppose you could consider yourself safe! When I left, I found it was actually next to Granville Road. DuH! I didn’t need to go round in a big circle to find it!
It is also located opposite a few Korean groceries, so finally found them as well.
Anyway, when I got there, the waiters and waitresses were clearing tables up, and seemed to ignore my request for a table until they finished their duties.
I was finally allocated a table, and given a menu and order ticket with pen, where you jot down what you want, as it is jotted by yourself, you can only blame yourself for writing the wrong number if you ordered the wrong thing!
I ordered dish number 1, Fried sauce noodles with minced pork (Jah jeung mean).
Basically it was Korean noodles covered with dark sauce, composed of diced onions and carrots, the carrots had the taste and texture like the ones you find in Japanese curry.
It was a bit different to what I thought it was, its Chinese name was “Jah jeung mean” so I thought it would taste very strong and have either fermented beans or black beans in it.
However it was just plain dark gravy, the onions and carrots were dark brown, but not that strong in any taste at all, so I am guessing it must have been dark soy sauce that has no taste.
Overall the dish was palatable, but not what I was expecting.
The starters were pickled radish and kimchi, not really my cup of tea, but the radish was Ok, and there was no 10% service charge which was ok.
Rating : Taste3 Environment3 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money3
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