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Just eaten here from Uber Eats. The food is it arrived fast and the fried chicken was good. The other dishes were absolutely swimming in grease. So much so I had to throw my whole dinner away. This will be my first and last time...More
We ordered three dishes, one of them was seafood pancake. It took 1 hour to served the table. We've asked several times, but have told it might need a longer time to cook and will be on the table soon. However, we waited for an...More
We had a decent meal at Kogi - it was a very cold evening in Brighton and we both got the yummy Korean soup with rice. The waitress who served us was very friendly as well. Overall it was a good experience and the little...More
There's lots that's good here: service was friendly, helpful and quick; the food was tasty and the coffee was interesting. There seemed to be lots of Koreans there which is a positive sign. It wouldn't be somewhere I'd go for a special meal (partly due...More
Kogi has a fairly extensive menu which is great fun to choose to try different kinds of koran food and is always deservedly busy. It has quite a low key but friendly ambience - even if you don't understand what's on the menu the waiters...More
We visited Kogi for a team lunch on the basis that a couple of us had been before and loved it. I was quite nervous as to what the others would think as they’re not huge Asian food aficionados, but I needn’t have worried!
Me and my lady friend went to Kogi's for dinner and I must say it was one of the best meals I have ever had in Brighton, I had the pork and kimchi stew with Korean fried chicken (which we shared), the portion sizes were...More