The menu at Yam Yam might not be very extensive, but you can still find lots of great traditional Korean dishes here. Order at the counter and they’ll deliver your food to you at the table. You can have the traditional favorite Bibimbab with meat or vegetables. The mandu (dumplings) taste like someone’s mom was up all night rolling out the dough. If you are new to Korean food and want to try several different things, go for the panchan menu, which comes with rice and 7 Korean side dishes – pickled radishes, kimchi, fish cake, and others according to what is available and fresh. Definitely enough for two.
The owner is a fashion designer and it shows in the choice of magazines you can read while you wait and in the minimalist decor. The interior, white tables and walls, is mostly modern though the original paint and molding on the ceiling remind you that this is, after all, Berlin.
Reserve ahead in the evenings as it gets quite full!