One of the reasons I love Bern so much is its gastronomical diversity. Considering its size, the range of ethnic cuisines to choose from is quite good. If words like bulgogi, bibimbap and kimchi make you drool too, it’s time to pay Chun Hee a visit. It is right around the corner of the minster, on two levels of a historical building with a homely atmosphere.
Besides Korean classics, they also offer some fusion dishes like steak with kimchi rösti (potato patties). My personal recommendation is the bibimbap, a rice dish with different toppings and a fiery sweet sauce served in a traditional burning hot stone vessel.
The menu is rather small because they prepare everything from scratch. Nevertheless, it has some options for carnivores and vegetarians, so it is also a great option for groups (if you book ahead).
I usually come here for dinner, so I can really indulge, but they also offer some take away and lunch menus.