Gung The Palace has been Delhi’s most authentic Korean restaurant for over a decade and has even catered to former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak’s delegation in 2010. Spread over three floors, Gung feels more like someone’s home than a palace with every nook filled with Korean cultural paraphernalia and even provision for karaoke nights. Each dish on its extensive menu is accompanied by pictures and the service is fairly used to diners unfamiliar with Korean cuisine. After chomping through plates of 'Kimbap' (similar to maki rolls), 'Bin-dae-duk' (mung bean pancakes with vegetables) and 'Dwaeji-ggupdaegi' (pork rind grilled tableside and served with lettuce and a spicy paste called ssamjang), I can confirm that Gung’s kitchen makes no concessions for the Delhi palate.
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