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  • Arirang Korean BBQ Restaurant

    The interior may be modern but the food at Arirang Restaurant showcases traditional styles of Korean cooking. Stand out dishes include yukhwae: fine slices of lean, raw beef marinated in our special sweet soy and egg sauce or deaji bulgogi: belly pork marinated in hot chilli sauce. With two levels,...

  • Aroma Japanese Cuisine

    Imagine all the prawn sushi you can eat, and chicken teriyaki, and California maki, and ... you can enjoy it all at Aroma - Adelaide’s first all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant. It sits above the crowds window-shopping restaurants and admiring the chefs in the front window slicing barbecued ducks and lassoing hand-made...

  • Ashfield BBQ Korean

    Diners seeking a meal that contains plenty of protein should head to Ashfield BBQ Korean. Appetizers like dumplings and soups are on the menu, but things really kick off with your selection of meat dishes, cooked to your liking on the table before you. On the drinks menu are beers,...

  • Bakehouse Garden

    The old Arnotts factory in North Strathfield has a delicious new lease on life. Occupying a corner position of this dining hot-spot is Bakehouse Garden, a Korean restaurant which favours charcoal barbecues over baking ovens. Not just a barbecue restaurant, Bakehouse’s kitchen staff keep busy cooking delicious examples of Korean-style...

  • Best Friend Korean Restaurant

    This late-night Pitt Street dive gets its name from Korean cult gangster movie “Chingoo,” or “friend” and it’s the perfect place to drop in with your mates for good value traditional Korean cuisine. There’s a good selection of the fried specialties you crave after a big night out, plus some...

  • Choga Korean

    At Sandy Bay establishment Choga Korean restaurant, first-rate ingredients are combined to create food where flavour dominates Korean fire, all served in a homey, unpretentious atmosphere. The Han family arrived in Hobart from Seoul in 1992 for the father to set up the Han-A-Rum Trading Company specialising in seafood exports.…

  • DaeJangKum

    Chinatown may be chockers full of Korean BBQ joints but DaeJangKum is definitely a welcome addition. Using traditional techniques, the menu features a unique selection of everything from small vegetable plates to high quality wagyu beef dishes.…

  • Giwa Korean Restaurant

    Modern Korea is found at Giwa, in up-market Hyde Park. Cheap it is not, cheerful it is. Attentive staff serve a less casual version of Korean food. Visually vibrant dishes impress, but may not suit those seeking authenticity in taste and formation. Galbi jjim – a hot stone bowl of...

  • Goshen

    A long-standing eatery in the heart of Fitzroy, Goshen serves up traditional Korean fare in comfortable surrounds. This is not a BBQ place, but a restaurant showcasing the other flavours of Korea’s distinct cuisine. Think kim-chi pancakes, sizzling hot pots and fried tofu salads, served with an array of sides...

  • Hanabi

    Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, Sydney’s Hanabi restaurant offers a convenient city location, modern interior, and imaginative Korean and Japanese cuisine. Dig your metal chopsticks into a traditional Japanese bento box for lunch, or leaf through the extensive dinner menu for a collation of stews, steam...

  • Hancook Restaurant

    Hancook Restaurant in Woolloongabba boasts a lengthy menu of Korean and Japanese dishes ranging from sushi and tempura to Korean pancakes and noodle dishes. Barbecues are fitted to the centre of each table so you can cook up thick, top-quality meat cuts to your liking. Locals rave about Hancook -...

  • Hanwoori Korean BBQ Buffet

    The novelty of dining out to cook your own meal lives on at Brisbane CBD’s Hanwoori Korean BBQ. Each table features a grill on which diners fire their meats and seafood before sitting back, relaxing and indulging in modern Korean dishes prepared by the restaurant’s chefs. The dining room at...

  • Hong Depot

    Located in South Brisbane on the site of a former petrol station, Hong Depot retains all the charm of the industrial era in its appearance. Smart wooden tables and chairs add a dash of style, lively diners keep the vibe upbeat and the food is a complete Korean experience with...

  • Hwaro Korean Barbecue

    Hwaro Korean Barbecue, in Melbourne's Chinatown, puts the excitement back into dinner, mostly by getting you to cook meat over a pit of fire. Quality marinated meats and vegetables are ready for your barbecuing pleasure alongside traditional Korean accompaniments like kimchi and pickles. You don't even need to worry about...

  • Kim Restaurant

    On a quaint corner in Potts Point, Kim is a contemporary Korean restaurant that pays homage to traditional flavours while delivering dishes in a completely unique and modern way. The menu features your typical Korean BBQ dishes and it’s BYO, for a short time only. Only downfall, there’s a no-bookings...

  • Ko and Co

    Strangers sit shoulder-to-shoulder in this tiny restaurant but nobody cares because the cocktails are strong and the food is spicy. Ko and Co is where Korea and Mexico join forces, delivering short-rib burritos, kimchi quesadilla and pork belly taco. Drinks are just as important as the food with inventive cocktails...

  • Lonsdale Street Roasters

    With the unmistakable scent of roasting coffee wafting out the door and quirky décor that sees bikes riding across the walls, the newly opened Lonsdale Street Roasters in Braddon is a world removed from soulless chain cafés.…

  • Mapo Restaurant

    For Korean dining with a whimsical twist, visit Mapo Restaurant in Adelaide's Chinatown. Settle down on sunken tatami-style seating, admire autographed white canvases and dive into a Korean feast with a menu that mixes quirky contemporary dishes like "kinky chicken" with more traditional favourites like bibimbap or hotpot, served with...

  • Miga Restaurant

    Located at the top end of Dixon Street in Haymarket, Miga Restaurant brings authentic, specialty Korean cuisine to Sydney's buzzing dining scene. Miga is Australia’s first Korean degustation restaurant, offering table bbq with duck, chicken, pork, Angus and Wagyu beef served in the comfort of one of their seven dining...

  • Momofuku Seiobo

    Awarded Three Chef Hats - The SMH Good Food Guide 2013-2014 Dining at The Star has never been this exciting. Guests at Momofuku Seiobo are seated around a gleaming kitchen, where they can watch their tasting menu take shape. Dishes are served by the chefs themselves. Be prepared for a...

  • Moon Park

    Moon Park is doing Korean a little fancy. With former head chef of Claude's Ben Sears and his partner Eun Hee Ann (also coming from Claude's) heading up the kitchen, you know you are in for a treat. Located next to Redfern Park, the space is pared-back and casual with...

  • Myeong-ga Madang

    It may be difficult to pronounce, but Myeong-ga Madang is a premier Korean restaurant in Melbourne’s CBD. Serving traditional Korean BBQ, including quality Australian wagyu beef, Myeong-ga Madang also features an opulently decorated bar and private karaoke rooms for hire. For a taste of something different, Myeong-ga is no ordinary...

  • Ninniku Jip

    Translating to ‘garlic house’, Ninniku Jip in Victoria Park proves irresistible to passersby with mouth-watering aromas of freshly prepared Korean and Japanese cuisine. Located within the hustle of East Victoria Park, this modern eatery decked out in splashes of red and black sets the scene for a truly different and...

  • O Bal Tan

    Take a wrong turn off Pitt Street to O Bal Tan restaurant, where Sydney diners grill their own meaty morsels and sip on traditional soju. Choose from the more casual ground floor eatery or make your way upstairs to a private dining room and ambient restaurant.…

  • Obaltan - Brisbane

    Let the smell of barbecued meat lead you to Obaltan, Brisbane's premier Korean BBQ restaurant. Found in the CBD, Obaltan offers a fun, hands-on dining experience for groups with its DIY barbecues, fresh meats and authentic sides and sauces. For those not keen on grilling their own dinner, the attendants...

  • Rice Queen

    Still located in trendy Fitzroy, Rice Queen has a brand new home - taking over from St Jude’s on Brunswick Street. The menu still features the great mix of tastes from across Asia that brought Rice Queen fame, but the room has received a facelift, with cherry blossom murals covering...

  • Riverside Restaurant at Intercontinental Adelaide

    The Riverside Restaurant in Adelaide’s InterContinental proudly works our state’s great produce into an international menu. Barossa Heritage free-range pork, pure Angus beef, Kangaroo Island lamb, Clare Valley Gold sirloin, Gawler River free-range spatchcock, and Wagyu rump steak are on hand to impress hotel guests and locals alike. An equally...

  • Se Jong

    Campsie is home to a large Korean community, so it’s no wonder Korean restaurant Se Jong delivers such fresh, fast, authentic East Asian meals. Many of the dishes are cooked at your table by the wait staff and the servings are generous and well priced. Choose between the traditional, shoes-off...

  • Seoul Restaurant

    If you’re seeking the most authentic Korean dining experience in Adelaide, head to Hyde Street and discover Seoul Restaurant. Manager Young Kim ensures you get the best service on every visit. Practical but not so pretty plastic trolleys ferry lunchboxes, a la carte plates and assorted accompaniments to diners. Great...

  • Seoul Soul

    Victoria Street’s latest eatery, Seoul Soul is a welcome change to the pho-packed strip - serving traditional Korean street-food in a modern way. The beautiful industrial interior sets the scene for Korean BBQ and classic dishes like bibimbap, which have been tweaked into small bites and share plates. There are...

  • Soban

    Offering a good reason to pass up cinema popcorn, newcomer Korean restaurant Soban (conveniently located near Hoyts at Chatswood Westfield Shopping Centre) captivates its audience with a belly-filling wealth of traditional and Western-friendly cuisine.…

  • Yeonga Korean Restaurant

    Yeonga is a Korean charcoal BBQ restaurant located on Victoria Street in North Melbourne. With its elegant interior, including private booth seating, industrial down lights and oriental feature walls, Yeonga is perfect for both special occasion and group dining. Opt for one of their curiously named set menus (“The Lord...

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