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Korean Restaurants in Sydney

Discover something new at Sydney's Korean restaurants

Australia's first city is a bustling and diverse metropolis nestled on the coast of the state of New South Wales, and while it may be surrounded by kilometres of countryside and seemingly endless deserts, this pocket of urban life is full of excitement and fun. When it comes to the food culture, Sydney's Korean restaurants are no exception. Chefs at Sydney's Korean restaurants have spent years and years honing their skills and perfecting divine dishes, so no matter which Korean restaurant in Sydney you choose, you can be sure of a top-notch meal prepared with attention to detail and melt-in-the-mouth ingredients.

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Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.8/624

Dumplings and Beer

Potts Point
Asian$$$$
5.6/638

South East Asian Tapas

Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.4/632
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The Grasshopper Bar

Sydney CBD
Asian
5.7/615

LL Wine & Dine

Potts Point
Asian
4.6/618

Chef's BBQ

Petersham
Asian$$$$
6.0/61

Wooden Spice

North Curl Curl
Asian$$$$
5.8/64

Silver Spoon Bistro - The Lakes Hotel

Rosebery
Asian
4.8/64

Miss Hu Vietnamese and Asian Cuisine

Dulwich Hill
Asian$$$$
5.0/67
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Mamasan - Surry Hills

Surry Hills
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Huong Huong Restaurant

Marrickville
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Open Korea

Camperdown
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Double U Kitchen

Sylvania
Asian
5.0/61

Granny's Noodle

Burwood
Asian
4.2/65
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Mamasan - Bondi

Bondi
Asian$$$$
5.0/62
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Foogoo Restaurant

Lane Cove
Asian$$$$

Mekong Noodle Bar - Marrickville

Marrickville
Asian$$$$

House of Canton

Hornsby
Asian
5.2/65

BBKing

Auburn
Asian$$$$
4.4/649

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Willoughby
Asian
5.7/69
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    Have a night to remember at Sydney's Korean restaurants

    When it comes to traditional cooking techniques, the cuisine of Korea is known around the world for its famous gas grill. The dishes on offer at Sydney's Korean restaurants have embraced this enthusiastically, and you can watch, listen and smell your food as it grills right under your nose. If you're brave enough to try a real interactive meal experience head down to BBKing on Joseph Street in Lidcombe, where you can select from a variety of meats and fishes – such as premium Wagyu beef, short ribs or green prawns – and try your hand on the gas grill by cooking it yourself! If you'd prefer to leave the cooking to the experts, that's fine: the chefs at this leading light of Sydney’s Korean restaurants have put on a spread of gorgeous pre-prepared meals at their top-class buffet.
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    Experience an Australian twist at Sydney's Korean restaurants

    With the city lying on Australia's southeast coast overlooking the South Pacific Ocean, Sydney's Korean restaurants are known for effectively combining the flavoursome, pungent notes of the cuisine of Korea with the local delicacies on offer Down Under. Head to Dae Jang Kum on Victoria Avenue in Chatswood for a range of delicious seafood dishes, including fresh oysters with rice in a hot stone bowl or the delicious stir-fried baby octopus. And for those who don't fancy fish, Australia is a nation of carnivores, with Sydney's Korean restaurants definitely catering to that need. For a red meat treat, dishes like beef rib and steamed pork are on the menu across Sydney's Korean restaurants.
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    Treat someone to an outstanding meal at Sydney's Korean restaurants

    Whatever your reason for heading out to one of Sydney's Korean restaurants for a meal, you and your dining companions will be blown away by the excellence on offer. For a slice of authentic Korean restaurant fare in Sydney, sampling the traditional dish bibimbap is a must. Served with your choice of meat, fresh steamed rice and often an egg, too, this Korean favourite is an ideal choice for an authentic meal. And while Korean restaurants in Sydney are rightly mostly well-known for their food, there are also plenty of gorgeous beverages to share. Korean maesil ju, or plum wine, is a refreshing liqueur made with green plums and honey. You can also try bakseju, a herby fermented alcoholic drink with notes of ginseng, or soju, one of Korea's most popular alcoholic drinks.
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    Sample a regional dessert at Sydney's Korean restaurants

    While the savoury dishes of Korea's grills are loved in Sydney's Korean restaurants and around the world, this cuisine also has a lot to offer when it comes to satisfying those sweet cravings. You may associate rice with the savoury delights of dishes like bibimbap, but the chefs at Sydney's Korean restaurants sure do know how to turn this staple of Korean cuisine into a dessert as well. Be sure to try your preferred flavour of tteok, traditional rice cakes made with a sweet filling. For something a little different and distinctive, sample Korea's answer to a waffle with a bungeoppang - a cute fish-shaped pastry filled with sweetened red bean jam.
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    We're all busy people, so it's easy to start dreading the hassle of organising meals out and booking restaurants. But thankfully help is at hand. With Quandoo, you can finally say goodbye to calling around and hoping for a free table. Instead, simply load up our site or app, head over to our page for Sydney's Korean restaurants and select where you want to go from our hand-picked range of delicious venues. You can see availability information at a glance and book online in an instant without even needing to pick up the phone. With menu recommendations, maps, reviews and more, Quandoo is ready to be your guide when choosing and reserving a Korean restaurant in Sydney.