Ga Bin

We came to Ga Bin by chance tonight as the restaurant we were supposed to go to didn’t serve food until 6pm. I had heard reports that this place wasn’t very good, so I came here with little to no expectations. Ga Bin call themselves a Korean restaurant, but as one other reviewer had said,…

Giwa

Giwa is a modern Korean restaurant located on the King William Road cafe precinct. The decor here is classy and stylish with good use of colour coordination on their wallpaper, leather seating and light fittings. The neutral colours used create a calming effect, and coupled with the relaxing sounds of jazz music playing in the…

Korea Jung

I’ve been to Korea Jung many times over the years and I’m surprised no one has reviewed this place yet. Located on Leigh Street, Korea Jung, as it’s name suggests, offers all your traditional Korean dishes. The restaurant is reasonably spacious with seating for about 60 people. The decor is modern yet basic, with the…

Gochuzang

You don’t see many Korean stores in food courts, particularly in the heart of the CBD. Gochuzang bucks this trend by providing authentic cuisine in the Renaissance Arcade food court. The store offers 15 dishes and half a dozen vegetarian options which are variations of the available dishes. Today, I ordered the Sizzling Stone Beef Bibimbap….

Mum’s Kimbab

Looking for a new place to eat, I stumbled onto Mum’s Kimbab located in the Market Plaza food court in the Central Markets. This little takeaway store offers around a dozen of your favourite Korean dishes. Today I ordered their Beef Bulgogi. As I paid, the cashier spoke to the cook in Japanese so I…

Seoul Restaurant

Seoul has to be one of the best Korean restaurants in Adelaide. This place has been around for several decades and there is a reason for that. The food is amazing! Having dined here about a dozen times, I feel this place really sets the benchmark when it comes to traditional Korean cuisine. Tucked away…

Koba Korean BBQ

The inside of Koba is certainly a contrast to what you see on the outside. The owners have done a great job renovating the interior to what could be described as traditional with a contemporary feel about it. The light fittings, the seating areas, the built-in cooking stoves make it traditional while see through kitchen…

Kang Nam

Oppa Kang Nam style!… Kang Nam style!.. op, op, op, op… Oppa Kang Nam style! I was recently recommended this place by a co-worker who came here for lunch. Being a fan of Korean food, I decided to check this place out. The restaurant is a bit further up Currie Street towards Light Square. I…

Charcoal Hwaro

Charcoal Hwaro is definitely one of best Korean BBQ places in Adelaide. Located on a side street just outside the Central Markets, this place is an absolute delight for the carnivores who love their Korean food. The restaurant is small and cosy but also doubles as a butcher. If you don’t have time to cook…

Seoul Express

If you want fast and cheap Korean food, Seoul Express is the place to go. Located in Southern Cross Arcade, this is one of the few Korean takeaway stores that I am aware of. There is a sufficient number of dishes to choose from, all with pretty pictures to see what you’re getting. On this…