Go choo – review
My friend and I were here yesterday, Monday night, at 6pm and we were there for 2 hours and no one else came in except for two take-out orders.
The place is one of those hole-in-the-wall joints, although in this case, there are two dining areas so it’s not technically hole-in-the-wall.
There is help-yourself miso soup in one corner where you can get your fill of the soup. It was ok except I would’ve liked some tofu.
We both ordered the dolsot beef bibimbap which came in piping hot stone bowls. The smell was amazing. The rice was crunchy on the bottom and there was enough entrecote, beef, to satisfy my meat-eating crave. The various vegetables were very tasty but the stand-out was the kimchi although technically, it was marinated cabbage and not fermented napa cabbage. The food was so good that you get to see it twice, just to whet your appetite! 😉
The price was cheap given the amount of food we got. The dotsot bibimbap was only 139kr!
The vibe was non-existent since we were the only customers there. I guess this place is more of a lunch place.
I’d definitely come back and try other dishes or go with the tried-and-true wonderful bibimbap!
Value for money: 5/5
Go choo, Upplandsgatan 78, Stockholm (metro: Odenplan)