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Korean cuisine is a favourite among the foodies of Melbourne, with no shortage of great Korean restaurants scattered around the city. As the name suggests, Oree Korean Duck Restaurant is dedicated to all of the duck lovers out there, dishing up ducky delights done in a traditional Korean style. Located on Queen Street, Oree Korean Duck Restaurant is a popular choice for both lunch and dinner in Melbourne's CBD, booking ahead is advised.
At this stylish Melbourne CBD restaurant with dark red walls and comfortable leather booths, diners can indulge in some Korean barbeque. A great option for dining as a group, the duck is cooked right at your own table, and there is a wide range of side dishes to go along with it, but first begin your meal by trying out the juk (a Korean-style nut served with vegetable congee), agedashi tofu (fried tofu with citron ponzu sauce) or yuk hoe (thinly-sliced raw beef tartare).
Sink down some soju, Korea’s most popular alcoholic beverage, and round it all off with something sweet like the snow bingsu (Korean style shaved-ice milk with sweet red bean, soy powder, condensed cream and nuts). A hit with Melbourne’s Korean food fanatics, Oree Korean Duck Restaurant is a hit, for both lunch and dinner, situated on Queen Street, close to Melbourne Central Station. To guarantee a table at this popular CBD joint, make a reservation in advance.