FISHERS, Ind. – The people at Café Korea know authenticity is the key to bringing dishes to life.
The popular spot is located in Fishers at 7262 Fishers Crossing Dr. Yelpers say you can get a taste of Korea from the people who know it best.
“Korean food, the biggest thing is that it is healthy for you,” said Jonathan Jun of the family-owned restaurant.
He and his mother, executive chef Julie Bang, prepare homemade “Seoul food.”
“We use fresh ingredients and very conservative use of the oils and sauces and all the recipes are my grandmother’s own when she developed them in Korea,” Jun said.
4 Things You Need to Know about Café Korea
- Yelpers agree that the food doesn’t just taste good, it looks good, too! They appreciate how Café Korea takes great care in presenting its unique menu offerings.
- Yelpers appreciate that the lunch special at Café Korea will cost them around $10 including tip. New to Korean food? You can’t go wrong with the bibimbap.
- Who argues with free food? Yelpers certainly don’t! They love that Café Korea includes complimentary items like the Korean pancake before entrees and after-dinner fruit.
- Yelpers recommend the perfectly cooked dumplings that are crisp on the outside and filled with flavor on the inside.
If you’re new to Korean food, Jun suggests the bibimbap.
“It is a rice-based dish with a base of rice and ton of vegetables and meat and an egg on top, and you mix together with spicy bean cake that grandmother makes from scratch. It is healthy because it’s a probiotic.”
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Brittany Smith from Yelp Indy says Korea food is very trendy right now. Yelpers agree that the food doesn’t just taste good at Café Korea, it looks good, too!
“One of the things that stands out in the Yelp reviews, it is delicious and well-presented. There is an open concept kitchen, so you can see them making the food,” Smith said.
Online reviews also highlight the prices. Yelpers appreciate that the lunch special costs about $10, including tip.
Another benefit is free food! Café Korea includes complimentary items like the Korean pancake before entrees as well as after-dinner fruit.
“People love getting a full experience and trying something new,” Smith said.
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