The bottom of Kingly Street in Soho is the last place you’d expect to find a dinky and authentic Korean barbeque, but Myung Ga – with its blanched wooden booths and heavily-accented staff – ticks all the right boxes. The vibe is laidback, but the place fills up of an evening so book ahead and expect a wait for your table and a distinct lack of charm from the front of house. On the upside, the food hits the spot every time and the service is efficient. We like to go with a big group, bunker down in the private room with copious amounts of soju and order everything on the barbeque menu. This = fun night. There are also some additional side orders (the glass noodles and sweet Korean-style beef tartare) that are so popular they require some fast chopstick action if you want a look in.