restaurants / Korean

Lonely Planet review

You'll have to hunt for the entrance to discreet Bann (tucked inside Worldwide Plaza). A fusion of modern and traditional Korean, Bann lets you do your own BBQ or experiment with some of its offbeat pairings, such as dak nalke jorim (spicy chili-glazed chicken wings with fried plantain) or cham chi hwe (ahi tuna tartare served with thinly sliced green apple). The crisp elegance makes it a favorite for business lunches, but the low lights and intimate black tables with granite tops give it a romantic glow at night.