Cat’s suggestion of Korean food stemmed a suggestion for us to head to Koba on Charlotte Street. They specialise in Korean bbq food and once sat down at the table you have your hot plate hidden in the middle ready for the main event.

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We shared a few sharing dishes which first up was the pan fried shrimp dumplings, very moorish.

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Then it was a huge portion of crispy squid on a bed of salad with a slightly spicy tomato sauce, could have eaten that all day!

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To continue on the fishy theme we finished the starters with sharing crispy king prawns which were perfectly cooked.

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Then it was time for things to get hot as the bbq began. We opted for a plate of teriyaki salmon and also the marinated sliced beef sirloin.

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All come with a basket of lettuce, soy bean paste and korean vegetables. I’d also recommend getting the vegetable fried rice. Then once you have your ingredients it’s time to start the cooking. Luckily the waiters are on hand to help make sure the salmon and beef is cooked but once ready it’s over to you to begin the lettuce sandwich wrapping.

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It’s surprising how full you get from something that seems rather healthy (as healthy as I get anyway). New cuisine to add up on the favourites, rather growing!

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After a quick drink at Roxy during their very long happy hour it was home time after a lovely catch up and giggle with the girls!

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