+82 POCHA

Nestled amongst the bustling cityscape of Adelaide’s CBD, +82 POCHA brings you an authentic taste of Korean cuisine; but despite its location, the ambience is surprisingly relaxed. With the introduction of some new menu items just in time for Mad March, there’s no better time to give them a try!

Ra-Bokki
This dish combines stir-fried rice cakes, ramen noodles and fish cakes, onions and cabbage in a sweet and spicy Gochujang sauce. Topped with a layer of melted cheese, this fusion of unique textures and rich flavours is a treat for all the senses.


Bokeum Pork Belly & Beansprouts
Stir fried to perfection, this succulent pork belly accompanied by fresh bean sprouts and Korean mayonnaise is a winning combination. What may appear to be a simple dish is anything but, with each element marrying perfectly with the next to create a surprisingly complex balance of flavours.

Kkanpung Chicken
Seasoned with a blend of garlic and spices, this tender chicken breast and stir-fried vegetables is simply to die for. Marinated in a sweet and sour chilli sauce and served with rice cakes, this dish was absolutely brimming with flavour, and the perfect nod to its Korean roots.

Kkanpung Crab
Just like the Kkanpung Chicken, this dish combines garlic, spices and stir-fried vegetables with a moreish sweet and sour sauce – only this time, with softshell crab and garlic chips. Once again served with rice cakes, this crispy crab adds a textural element that is sure to satisfy all foodies and seafood lovers alike.

Tangsuyuk Pork
These fried pork pieces are simply divine, with their crispy coating the ideal contrast to their succulent interior. Although the pork itself is delicious, the sweet and sour sauce with which it’s served provides the ideal accompaniment.

Combining the delicious flavours of Korean cooking and a dedication to providing fantastic service, +82 POCHA is the place to be. If you’re on the lookout for a dinner destination with flair, you’ll certainly not be disappointed.


Words by Taylor Siemelink

WHERE: Shop 3/25 Grenfell St, Adelaide

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