Although Peascod Street is easy to find, non-locals may not discover the little side alley by number eleven that leads to a newly established Korean Restaurant. We hope that doesn’t happen because the Nam Kang deserves to survive and flourish.

from the warm welcome that greeted us to the delicious food that we ate and the pleasant comfortable atmosphere of the place, we all agreed, we had found a hidden gem.

For starters we had some terrific soft shell crab and a chicken dish called Kkang pung kid which was deliciously moreish. Rather than the standard cabbage Kimchee, we opted for a radish based version of the Korean national dish and found it to be lighter, more fragrant and even more enjoyable than the usual version.

Our mains were equally pleasing, with a tofu stew proving to be a revelation, particularly when an egg yolk was swirled in to the mix to make it even more silly and comforting.

whether you are new to Korean cuisine or a longstanding fan, we think you will find Windsor’s new Nam Kang restaurant a destination worth seeking out.

The total bill was roughly £25 per person before drinks and a 10% service charge were added.


Nam King Korean Restaurant adds authentic aromatic note to Windsor Dining