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“Time Out says
A longstanding Japanese/Korean restaurant in Finsbury Park. can’t book, it’s always rammed, you have to pay in cash and you’re virtually in your neighbour’s lap. But this hybrid Korean/Japanese stalwart next to Finsbury Park station is always worth the effort for its food range and quality. Despite a huge menu that makes dining here lots of fun  – as you try to figure out what everyone else is having, from sushi, sashimi, tempura and donburi to bibimbap, stew pots and deopbab – dishes are always dependable, and often standout..”

“Finsbury Park’s got personality. From the morning pile up outside the station to nights of rum-fuelled regret at Rowan’s, it’s not a quiet area. But it does have everything anyone local could need. That’s why Dotori is this neighbourhood’s perfect restaurant. They’re kindred spirits. Like Finsbury Park station, Dotori is always moving. It’s incessantly hectic. And, like the station, the surrounding area completely relies on this Korean/Japanese hybrid. If we lived close enough, we’d rely on the kkanpungi chicken daily. We’d probably marry it. Dotori opens for dinner at 5pm and there’s somebody waiting outside at 4:58pm every day. It’s that kind of place..”

Jake Missing


“SquareMeal Review of Dotori Bronze AwardSimple and unassuming, this small Korean-Japanese hybrid, with its pictures of sushi in the window and tinkling fountain just inside the door, offers a calm respite from begrimed Finsbury Park station. Dotori has been quietly building a reputation over the past few years.”
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