frany Registered User
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Hobbes Registered User
#2

Wow a noraebang in Dublin. Good laugh in Korea, be intresting to see if it takes off in Dublin.

I will compile all these threads as links into the sticky in a day or so.

meglome Registered User
#3

Ah the raft of new Asian restaurants on Capel Street and me just living around the corner, it's terrible . I've eating in their and it wasn't bad at all. Didn't try out the private rooms for the karaoke downstairs but it was pretty busy over Christmas.

frany Registered User
#4

meglome said:
Ah the raft of new Asian restaurants on Capel Street and me just living around the corner, it's terrible . I've eating in their and it wasn't bad at all. Didn't try out the private rooms for the karaoke downstairs but it was pretty busy over Christmas.


Probably mainly, Chinese and Koreans..

meglome Registered User
#5

I had an all you can eat buffet in the place next door to this the other night. Only €12.99, fat I was

meglome Registered User
#6

frany said:
Probably mainly, Chinese and Koreans..


A lot of Irish work do's over Christmas.

dudara Administrator
#7

I'd say that I've been to the Bon ga about 10 times or more since it opened. The food is fantastic, it's great value for money (especially at lunchtime) and the owner is so nice, polite and friendly.

This place gets a big two thumbs up from me.

I do TKD so I know the Korean for all our moves, but I'd love to know some basic Korean so I could thank the people at that restaurant.

frany Registered User
#8

dudara said:
I'd say that I've been to the Bon ga about 10 times or more since it opened. The food is fantastic, it's great value for money (especially at lunchtime) and the owner is so nice, polite and friendly.

This place gets a big two thumbs up from me.

I do TKD so I know the Korean for all our moves, but I'd love to know some basic Korean so I could thank the people at that restaurant.


I'm planning to visit Korea in this April for spring holiday but want to try Bonga after this holiday
I'm a Korean and actually, I've missed especially,'noraebang'!! haha

Karaoke is Japanese words and Noraebang is Korean words

frany Registered User
#9

meglome said:
A lot of Irish work do's over Christmas.


WoW!! Now! it's time for going on a holiday to Korea for Irish!!
You can tan your skin amazingly under the Korean sunlight
But it's really easy to get burn too.

frany Registered User
#10

frany said:


OPEN 5pm - 11pm



▶ buffet restaurant - opening event 5pm ~ 6pm per person --- 15euro

- 6pm ~ 10pm per person -------------------- 21euro

- after 10pm per person ----------------------------- 11euro



▶ Karaoke system - small room 1 hour ------------------------------- 25euro

- big room 1 hour ---------------------------------- 40euro

HardyEustace Registered User
#11

Is it true that it's BYOB?

frany Registered User
#12

HardyEustace said:
Is it true that it's BYOB?


What's BYOB?

Davey Devil Registered User
#13

bring your own booze

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