Korean food is always our comfort food and so when the girlies wanted to check out Gukbab. Located on Little Lonsdale St, there are heaps of Korean restaurants around. Walking in, the staff were super friendly and showed us to our table and we started our Korean feast. Also, make sure you make a booking because it gets super busy.
The kimchi pancake was flavoursome and oh so delish.
Kimchi Pancake – $16
I absolutely adore corn and cheese and this was a touch on the sweet side but I still loved it!
Corn & Cheese – $11
The kimchi ji-gae or also known as kimchi stew was a touch salty but it felt like a hug and I love it.
Kimchi Ji-gae – $15
Now, for those fried chicken lover, the fried chicken here is the bomb! The soy chicken seasoning, it was delish, slightly sweet but not too garlicky either. Oh, the chicken was super duper moist on the inside and super crunchy on the outside.
Soy Garlic Fried Chicken – $18
The dumplings were, unfortunately, not the best and I would definitely recommend you steer clear of them. They were super dry and bland and the skin was very thick.
Dumplings – $10
Japchae is my absolute favourite korean dish and it consists of glass with veggies and beef. This was pretty average but it did satisfy my cravings. It was very sweet and very oily which was a shame.
Japchae – $16
The food here was top notch, especially the fried chicken. The staff was friendly and the food came out really quick, oh and the portion size was quite generous too. I’ll definitely be returning here.