A decent serving that isn't too expensive. Something for most people and has other food besides Korean.
Friend made the booking. It's typical of many Korean restaurants. To make the sure they cater to the white man's taste. Quite a few of their dishes are actually a bastardised move on Japanese dishes. Teriyaki and Katsu for example are japanese but this place...More
New management, price increase but quality & authentic korean flavour has most certainly decreased!! Have to retract my previous 5 star rating. Been here several times since takeover by new owners in July - it really does not rate as korean cuisine. More like mainland...More
Its appearance is very understated and the decor is DIY minimalist, but the food is great. The elderly gent who served us was a smiling gentle man and I suspect not a conversationalist (not in english anyway), but he knew enough to make us feel...More
A group of us were looking for dinner before heading out to see some music nearby. We thought we'd give this place a go... and so glad we did! It's an understated little 'ma & pa' restaurant, tidy and sufficient. The menu has a number...More
Little Korean secret in Oakleigh which is otherwise inundated with greek & euro cafe culture. Love frequenting here since discovering it in my backyard only recently despite it being here for a very long time. My fav is the Bento box (chicken) served with soup...More
I'm no expert in Korean food. I think this would be a rather home-styled type restaurant. We ordered dumplings, bibimbap, 3 hot pots - herbal chicken type dish with bones soft enough to eat, a kimchi soup and a seafood soup which seemed to have...More
So not a big eater of Korean food, and only found this place by surprise as its away from the hustle and bustle of the main Oakleigh cafe strip. However, a colleague took me here for lunch one day and I've ended up going back...More