When you think of Little Venice you’ll probably think about canals, river boats, and toddlers that are dressed far better than you. And realistically, dogs that are dressed better than you too. When you’re in the part of London though, you should definitely go to Gogi. This laidback Korean spot has personal barbecues on their tables, a long menu of meat and vegetable options to grill tableside, as well as classics like tempura, dumplings, and seafood pancakes. Don’t miss their dolsot bibimbap served in traditional earthware pots with everything from tofu, kimchi, to raw beef.
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