A very unassuming, but extremely popular inner city Korean lunch bar. This place screams ‘cheap eats’ and doesn’t disappoint both your taste buds or your wallet. It cost us $35, but you could easily have dinner or lunch there for less than $15 for 2.
They are most famous for their cheese bulgogi. However, we tried the Bibimbab ($7), Sweet Chilli Fried Chicken ($22) and the Pork Bulgogi Don ($6).
Regardless of your preference for Korean food or not, I would strongly recommend paying them a visit. Don’t let the size and look of the place turn you off, the quality and taste of the food gives even the flashy Korean outlets a run for their money.
This section of Little Lonsdale Street is getting more and more popular. Great little boutique shops, ‘1000 Pound Bend’ cafe and Hardware Lane, this spot is also very close to the shopping precincts of Melbourne Central, Emporium and Bourke Street Mall.
Cnr of Little Lonsdale Street and Hardware Lane.