Kori Sushi is tucked away in a plaza on Bayview Avenue.
BBQ Eel roll
The rolls are pretty reasonably priced and the BBQ eel roll was okay.
Korean side dishes including fried mandu (dumplings), kimchi, bean sprouts and turnips.
I'm not sure if the Korean side dishes came with our Korean orders or if they usually serve this with everything.
Ddukbegi Bulgogi (Rice cakes and marinated beef in soup)
The soup was boiling hot, so we had to let it settle for a bit before we could eat. It was good - there were glass noodles, enoki mushrooms, marinated beef, onions, green onions and carrots. It was a good combination and the soup really got all the flavours.
Gamjatang (pork bone soup)
I'm not a fan of the pork bone soups with lots of peppercorns on top - I don't like the texture and taste of the peppercorns in soups. The gamjatang relied too heavily on the peppercorns to make it spicy and it was also not particularly flavourful. There was a lot of pork bone meat which was nice and some cabbage.