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Another star of the new Seoul renaissance, White Tomato is a friendly restaurant set in a grand old Victorian building with a soaring, ornate pressed-metal ceiling and stainedglass skylights.
Place your order at Soban carefully, because if you don’t – OK, even if you do – you’re going to have serious food envy. Every plate that goes past looks and smells divine. The delicious seafood jeon-gol is a warming beef broth that arrives brimming with partially cooked seafood, tofu and veggies, and sits over [...]
It’s a good thing that the cooks here are clear about their brief because, going by the decor, this casual place looks like it can’t decide whether it wants to be a restaurant or a little girl’s bedroom. Pink and mauve floral wallpaper confuses the otherwise utilitarian bare-tabled lino-floor look, but there’s no way it’ll [...]
Se Joung can be difficult to spot for newcomers, but follow the smell of Korean barbecue and you’ll find it on the pedestrian ramp that leads to Woolworths. Choose from two dining areas: country-style wooden chairs and tables on the right or traditional floor-cushion seating on the left. If you’re going to sit on the [...]
Big night out on the town? A plate of golden-fried chicken at Best Friend should sort you out. Spread over two floors in the heart of Sydney’s Little Korea in the CBD, this place is popular with the student crowd who dine beneath prints of movie scenes from Best Friend, from which the restaurant takes [...]