Mun Korean Kitchen Williams Landing is bringing the delicious and unique flavours of Korea to Melbourne, one tasty dish at a time. Set within a chic and carefully designed space on Overton Road, this Korean restaurant boasts a spacious dining room with low-hanging light features, bespoke furniture and an eye-catching, futuristic wooden installation on the ceiling. All of which complement the menu just perfectly. Speaking of, the Mun Korean Kitchen menu has a Korean fried chicken focus – which washed down with an ice cold beer is a true delight – but you’ll also find barbecue options, bibimbap and bulgogi dishes on offer, as well. Packed with flavour and spice, Mun Korean Melbourne will have you feeling all kinds of happy – so, get booking!
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Exceptional food everytime. This is a hidden gem! We love everything on the menu. I’m glad they have a kids menu (chicken and chips)!
Food atmosphere service is brilliant! Wait times vary depending on how busy it gets. The noise/music is far too loud.
We continue to come back to this restaurant because the food is amazing! We love everything on the menu... I highly rate this restaurant
Korean fried chicken is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and as we said above, when washed down with a Hite Max or Cass beer it just adds to the whole, delightful experience. At Mun Korean Kitchen in Williams Landing, you’ll find the perfect place to relax in stylish surroundings, while sipping and feasting to your heart’s content. If you do end up opting for the chicken, we recommend the original chicken topped with spicy chilli and soy-garlic sauce. Or, if you’re visiting Mun Korean Melbourne for the signature Korean chargrilled barbecue, the SSAM platter of caramelised kimchi, lettuce, steamed rice balls and ssamjang sauce filled with spicy pork bulgogi is a seriously delicious time.
Mun Korean Williams Landing has also won us over with main dishes that include the bulgogi beef and kimchi loaded fries that come with cheese, sriracha and mango mayo; the stone bowl bibimbap topped with a poached egg and your choice of beef, kimchi or fried tofu and the Korean-style croquettes called pajeon filled with seafood and spring onions. Mun Korean Kitchen – which translates to door in Korean – is easily one of the coolest spots in Melbourne and definitely has our tick of approval. Located on Overton Road, this is not one to be missed!
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