Named after the North Korean capital, Pyongyang Okryu-Gwan serves up a menu that is similar to what you would expect to have in numerous South Korean eateries. The restaurant is an intriguing place to get a peek inside the secretive nation. From the staff, who sometimes perform karaoke, to the pictures hanging from the walls, which you can actually buy, everything originates from the strict and suspicious East Asian country. There are special deals for lunchtime set manus. Alternatively, the bibimbap and japchae are filling and great value for money.