Laid-back restaurant and café serving bountiful bowls of homely Korean and Japanese comfort food with an affordable price tag.
Andamiro is a Korean word conjuring the image of a basket overflowing with fish – in other words, a bounty. Split between a restaurant and a ramen bar of the same name next door, this place is a go-to for generous bowls of comforting Korean and Japanese home cooking. They certainly won't be winning any awards for interior design, but the predominantly student clientele don't seem to mind. The menu lists its Korean and Japanese starters together and the pancakes of both are worth a try, but Japan wins this round as the okonomiyaki can't be beat. Made with cabbage, seafood, and generously adorned with fluttering bonito flakes, it’s ridiculously delicious and large enough for two. Main courses are divided by nationality with tender pork belly and squid in piquant chilli sauce a Korean highlight. On Japan’s side, the tri-colour donburi of soft scrambled egg, flaked salmon and lightly sautéed spinach, prettily arranged on a mound of rice, is wholesome and satisfying. Round your meal off with one of the speciality teas, made by the head chef's mother and shipped over from Korea.
- Private dining: Up to 20 covers
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Halal options, Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 40
- Largest group: 40
- Open since: 2013
- BYOB: £2 wine 50p beer corkage