Shikgoo / Berlin

Tegelerstr. 27 Berlin 13353
+49 30 85012045
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 22:30
# 1883 of 3067 Restaurants in Berlin
average 120 votes
Tips from the Net @ Shikgoo
Vignesh Dinakaran en
The menu is mostly drinks and very less options for food, but oddly enough I felt it was enough. They were all good and you also start with a exotic kimchi starter. GooglePlace - June 2017
Hurr Durr en
Pretty much my favourite Korean restaurant north of Mitte. It's cozy and quite lovely made with lots of bright wood. The owner is a really nice guy, who values authenticity. The food of course is enjoyable as well. GooglePlace - April 2017
Barbes Rocherchouart en
It was super quite when we visited on a Sunday night had the entire room to ourselves. You can tell they dedicated some time on the interior. The food tastes pretty good as well as the rice and side dishes. Price wise it's few euros more expensive than other Korean restaurants around the area. GooglePlace - April 2017
Marta Bongiovanni en
Great quality, great price, great food! Entering the place it may seem really small (which it actually is), but apart from the 2 or three tables you see at the front, there is an entrance at the right which leads to anither room with those really narrow tables and pillows to sit down. By taking a look at the menu, you will immediately see that there is a vaste choice of dishes including soup, bibimpab and dsongol (for 2 ppl.), udon and bulgogi. It is written in German and Korean, but maybe they have an English version as well... The beverages are also no joke. They go from tea to korean lemonade to water which is actually cheap (water is the most expensive thing in all of Berlins restaurants) to, of course, soju! Being 5 people we ordered a kimchi-pancake as a starter, 2 bibimpaps, a bulgogi and a squid-grillplate. They brought us a plates which three little bowls each, containing salad, kimchi and fried tofu. Then all the other dishes arrived. They were absolutely delicious!!! You have to cook the meat/fish yourself, but that's normal for Korean restaurants. It tasted really good and was actually pretty spicy! Also they brought us a nice mixture of little side dishes to eat with the squid and veggies. If you're not looking for something big to eat, this place also sells Korean products such as Peperos, Kanchos, Shrimp chips and other packed goods, but also milk tea and beauty products! I totally recommend this place to anyone who loves Korean food! GooglePlace - March 2017
Marcellus Wallace en
my favorite Korean restaurant in Berlin. The owners are lovely people and the food is authentic, delicious and fairly priced. Yes, sometimes there is a little wait when it's crowded but just call and reserve a table if you are worried and your patience will most definitely be rewarded. You can even get things to go which I found awesome as I always like to have a little Kimchi and minor Korean snacks at home. Two thumbs up 👍👍 GooglePlace - July 2016