During the lunch rush, the neighborhood’s white collar workers patiently head here for a bite to eat, hanging around the entrance to this Zen-like space (light hardwood floors, pastel tables and a collection of teapots), where chef Yoonsun Kim and her team serve their famous bibimbap for €10. On a fertile bed of purple rice and seasonal vegetables (peas, cabbage, potatoes), at lunch that day we enjoyed morsels of roasted pork with turmeric, cumin and paprika (€10), topped with the various sauces being passed around – chili-honey, soy-lemon or soy-sesame. Other possible toppings: sirloin steak and cauliflower purée; Japanese omelet with tofu, soy sauce and shiitakes; or marinated tofu with honey and ginger for the vegetarian option (€8.50). It’s a real treat that’s even better with a slice of honey, walnut and almond tart (€3). To drink, there are classic sodas (€1.50) and infusions (yuzu, quince and plum, €2.50). Bibimbap €10 (vegetarian version €8.50). // A.Be.