There’s a new eatery in town and it’s not for the fainted heart. If you love Korean food, hip hop and a place where you can just chill then you should definitely hit up the new and happening Seoulja Boy. They have just had their launch which had a live DJ, food and drinks pouring from the tap.
Mrs Creative had a trial for a job and suggested NeNe chicken for some fried fingerlickin’ chicken for dinner. NeNe chicken is located in the new food court on Level 1 at Highpoint and has been opened for quite a while now. It was a touch busy and we were baffled with the choice. We decided to get the regular original pieces because hey, who could beat original anything. It came with complimentary coleslaw and radish.
Mr Burberry was having an itching for some K-BBQ and decided to make it into a catchup with the gang (plus Mr D). He made a booking for Woo Ga on Victoria Street in North Melbourne on Sunday since it was Queen’s birthday the next day (WOOHOO! Partayyy time!)
The baby triplets have been wanting to go on a date with Mr D and myself and finally we were all free for it (YAYERS!). The girlies of course adored Korean food and I wanted to check out Mahn Doo since we’ve always parked next to it and have never gone inside. So this time, we’re heading into Mahn Doo.
If you haven’t heard, there’s a new South Korean ice-creamery in town and it’s here to stay until 31st May 2016 and it’s conveniently located right opposite H&M and it’s called Milkcow. I went on a double date with the creative couple and snagged a table at Milkcow (although, be warned, since it’s a pop up store, it’s quite cosy inside).
Miss Pandan had a craving for Korean BBQ (KBBQ for the cool kiddies) and Mr D couldn’t pass up the chance to have Korean (yep, he’s a HUGE fan!) we set off into the city in search for some KBBQ. Since it was Good Friday, you can count on the restaurants in the city to be opened. Luckily, G2 wasn’t too full yet and we all rushed in to get a table.
One of my work mate has never tried korean BBQ and we decided to all take him (road trip…not really!). Miss Mousey chose the place and it was all the way in Carnegie – Korean BBQ. She made a booking and in we went.
The newest bad boys in town – Little Oscar and they’re doing korean influenced american burgers (what??!!) and have been opened for 2 months (still babies!) in Brunswick. We were greeted very warmly by the staff and was shown to our table. They had a lot going on with ropes being part of the decor which I thought was pretty cool. They also have a live DJ and music so you know this place will be pumping!
It’s almost Christmas time and everyone is trying to get together before the holidays and it was time to catch up with Miss Train and Miss Panda to exchange our KK presents (YAYERS!). Miss Train booked us in for Oriental Spoon (the first one) across from Melbourne Central since we were all taking the train home.