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Korean cuisine is having quite a moment, with so many Korean restaurants popping up all over Melbourne. For a truly authentic Korean BBQ experience, we recommend heading over to Marroo Korean BBQ on Little Collins Street. This stylish CBD restaurant offers classic BBQ dishes as well as a Korean buffet. Open seven days a week, Marroo Korean BBQ attracts hordes of diners for both lunch and dinner. See what all the hype is about and book a table now.
The food and atmosphere was pretty good. The service wasn't the best - They spilt sauce on my friend's light coloured pants, and kept forgetting our drink orders. The tables were pretty squishy for korean bbq and our extractor wasn't working. We asked them to check if it's ok, and they lightly dismissed it, but we saw that the plug wasn't plugged in properly, so smoke was going everywhere.
Really Good! The service and tasty food will take me back to that place in the near future! Really lover the ambiance. it was beautiful.
Foods are quite nice. No access for parent with pram is the negative side. overall service and foods still acceptable. nothing much to comment about
Raising the bar for Korean cuisine in Melbourne, Marroo Korean BBQ combines sleek modern decor with time-honoured Korean recipes. Located in the CBD, Marroo Korean BBQ is a popular choice during the daytime, when you can feast on the fantastic value lunchtime buffet special. Or you could head to Melbourne's Marroo Korean BBQ come eventing time and tuck into some traditional style charcoal BBQ dishes, all grilled to perfection right at your own table. Begin by trying some deep-fried dumplings, takoyaki or kimchi pancake before moving on to your main dish.
We love the grilled beef with mushrooms and sweet soy sauce, or if you fancy a big bowl of soothing soup the doen jang jjigae is a great choice. Located on Little Collins Street in Melbourne's CBD, Marroo Korean BBQ draws in adventurous diners looking for a taste of Korea every day of the week. To guarantee a table, making a reservation at this hotspot in advance is recommended.