With its unassuming façade and a lack of signage, Goryori Ken is easy to miss on your first visit. This intimate izakaya-style dining space, with a counter seating enough to accommodate up to nine, is Chef Kim Geon’s latest restaurant. Showcasing highly seasonal ingredients, his creations are inspired by the freshness of the produce and his own creative intuition. Consistency and care are things Kim takes very seriously when serving his customers. The drinks menu features a good variety of sake produced by small Japanese breweries.