9 Outstanding Korean Restaurants To Try In Sydney

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9 Outstanding Korean Restaurants To Try In Sydney

Whether you're after Korean BBQ or hearty rice and noodle dishes, these Korean restaurants around Sydney won't disappoint.

Craving Korean food? You’re in luck because there’s no shortage of authentic Korean cuisine around Sydney. The harbour city, much like the rest of the world, has embraced the hearty Korean food offerings from classic barbecues to bubbling hot pots, kimchi, bulgogi and more. If you’re looking to get your hands on these savoury, flavourful and comforting delights, check out our list of best Korean restaurants in Sydney that will transport you straight to Seoul.

1. Bornga Korean BBQ Restaurant

Bornga Korean BBQ Restaurant
Level 1/78 Harbour St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

Located in Sydney’s Chinatown, Bornga Korean BBQ Restaurant offers traditional Korean BBQ along with excellent wine and beer in a classic, contemporary setting. Enjoy the exceptional flavours of their premium quality meats along with a wide variety of stews and hot pots, hearty rice and noodles and delicious sides. Bornga is a must-visit if you’re after traditional and wholesome Korean cuisine.

📍Level 1/78 Harbour St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

2. Yang San Park

Yang San Park
Shop 21/1 Dixon St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Yang San Park is one of the most popular Korean spots in the city and it’s easy to see why. With delicious grilled meats, wholesome stews and rice dishes, you’ll be spoilt for choice at this vibrant Chinatown spot. The restaurant also offers outdoor seating for warmer days and delicious mocktails and cocktails making the overall dining experience even more memorable.

📍Shop 21/1 Dixon St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

3. Seoul Ria Restaurant

Seoul Ria Restaurant
Level 2/605-609 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

This casual dining spot offers colourful hot pots, BBQ pork and kimchi in a breezy atmosphere in the heart of Sydney. Among their many winning dishes is the excellent spicy chicken pot that comes with creamy cheese, a golden egg, and sweet corn on the side for all the flavour. Plus, you can’t go wrong with their cold noodles and tasty rice cakes. The portions are generous and the friendly atmosphere promises to elevate the dining experience.

📍Level 2/605-609 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

4. Dae Jang Kum

Dae Jang Kum
35 Goulburn St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

Dae Jang Kum is a mainstay Korean spot in the city that offers a delicious blend of meats and vegetable options. Their diverse menu offers over 100 exciting dishes which include crowd-pleasers like kimchi, marinated beef ribs, bulgogi, fiery stir-fries, bibimbap, ginseng chicken soup and of course Korean BBQ. Aside from the food, Korean atmosphere is perfectly encapsulated through the authentic decor and service.

📍35 Goulburn St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

5. Myung jang and Obaltan restaurant

Myung jang and Obaltan restaurant
363A Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000

This busy spot is a must-visit if you enjoy Korean cuisine. Head down for dinner and indulge in their amazing variety of dishes including the succulent pork belly and marbled wagyu beef or try the scrumptious grilled and fried chicken and wash it all down with a glass of soju. You might have to wait a bit to snag a table but it’ll be worth it.

📍363A Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

6. Basax

Basax
415 Pitt St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

Basax is a well-known spot for authentic Korean food in Sydney offering a wide range of dishes in a laidback venue. Fried chicken is their specialty along with the tempting waffle fries. Expect flavours like soy and garlic, sweet and spicy, coconut cheese, and more. Plus, expect steamy stir fries and stacked hot pots in a fun and vibrant atmosphere. You’re guaranteed to come back for more.

📍415 Pitt St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

7. bibimbar

bibimbar
69 Abercrombie St, Chippendale NSW 2008, Australia

Bibimbar is the spot to go to for nourishing Korean meals and soju cocktails. The standout item on their menu is the bibimbap or nutty brown rice served with egg and meat, tteokbokki, or Korean rice cake with fish cakes plus seafood stews, soul-warming broths and more. With its lively atmosphere and delectable fare, Bibimbar offers a memorable dining experience. See their menu items here.

📍69 Abercrombie St, Chippendale NSW 2008, Australia

8. Sang by Mabasa

Sang by Mabasa
98 Fitzroy St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

This hole-in-the-wall eatery might be tiny but it packs a serious punch. Barbeque, fried chicken, bibimbap, seafood pancake and bulgogi feature on the menu with a small but mighty wine list to go with the food. Just as enticing as the food and drink is the inviting ambiance that brings a little slice of Seoul to Sydney. The bibimbap is bursting with flavour and a must-try if you visit.

📍98 Fitzroy St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

9. 678 Korean BBQ Eastwood

678 Sydney Eastwood
14 Glen St, Eastwood NSW 2122

This frills-free Korean restaurant delivers what it promises — exceptional Korean BBQ which ranges from delicious Wagyu beef to juicy pork belly. Offering both authentic and creative twists to Korean cuisine, 678 Korean BBQ Eastwood offers a solid and affordable menu to Sydney foodies. The portions are generous and service speedy, plus, you’ll dine surrounded by walls adorned with autographs of beloved stars.

📍14 Glen St, Eastwood NSW 2122, Australia

Credit: https://secretsydney.com/korean-restaurants-sydney/

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