Named after the popular Korean pickled cabbage, Kimchi Village is the best place to get value for your sterling. The contemporary design features exposed vents and wooden beams as well as rustic faux-brick walls. The high street newbie, having opened just last month, is growing increasingly popular. This is perhaps in part due to the buffet-inspired open plan layout. Customers pay a set price for unlimited meat selected straight from the marinade. Popular here is samgyeopsal, thin slices of pork which crisp over for a welcome crunch. There is also an eclectic selection of Korean and Western sides included in the price.