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For all those who visit Venice and long for a Korean meal, the waiting is over. Close to the railway station in Mestre (Venice mainland), 10 minutes train from Venice station, I found a Korean restaurant.
It is owned and run by a Korean family but their menu is half Korean and half Japanese, I guess because Korean taste is quite of its own, so different from the Italian taste, that an all Korean restaurant could have ‘scared’ the Italians, most of which (not me) tend to think that their food is the best in the world.
When you come out the station in Mestre, take the street on your left (via Trento) and walk about 100 metres. The restaurant is on the right side of the street, it is called Naru.
I already tried galbi, today I’d like to try their bibimbap.
I’ll keep you informed on bibimbap too…
and this is the bibimbap I had today: wonderful!
And I forgot to leave some more data about the restaurant:
via Trento 28 B
30171 Mestre Venezia
phone + 39 041925232
open Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30 to 15:00 and from 19:00 to 23:00
closed on Monday
That is SO cool! I spent 2 years living in Italy and went to Venice 3 times and never spied that place! There was a great Chinese restaurant in the town I lived in, Desenzano del Garda, but never saw a single Korean restaurant! I just forwarded your info to a friend of mine still living in Italy who loves Korean food! Thank you so very much for this information!!!
Glad to help, really! You probably were not aware of this restaurant because it has opened 6 months ago.
i also went to Naru about a month ago!
i found it by chance, and i have to say that it was delicious!
i tried 3 dishes, one of which was JapChae
the taste is quite particular, but i enjoyed EVERYTHING!
and.. i can’t stand hot dishes and i don’t really like meat, but i ate chilly chicken, and it was delicious!
i want to go there again >_<
furthermore the owner is so kind! ^^
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