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Review - 678 Sydney Korean BBQ




Korean comedian Kang Ho-Dong greets you at the door in cardboard cutout form.



He’s also a cartoon on the storybook menu, where his American chain is given a distinctly Aussie twist.



The shiny silver extractors and polished concrete floors give the space a quasi-industrial look.



Even banchan arrive in metal, well except for earthenware bowls of gyeran jjim (steamed egg)...



...that make nice counterpoints to the charcoal grilled meats.



And make no mistake; you have come here to eat meat, constructed into ssam (leaf wrapped) with kimchi and radish in gochujang (hot pepper).



Start your big beef adventure with Beef Tartare ($27) before advancing to the grill.



While Wagyu 8+ Rib Eye ($27) is the most popular, the...



...Wagyu 8+ Beef Flower Marble Scotch Fillet ($34) really melts on the tongue.



While you’re cooking, get into the lively spirit of the place by necking a few Hite ($6) beers or some Korean Herbal Wine ($20).



After you’ve tangled with thinly sliced Beef Tongue ($18) kick on with some pork.



Don’t be afraid of the Pork Jowl ($19) - it has good meat to fat ratio and scrubs up well in a shiso leaf.



By the way, the icy banchan bowl isn’t a hand-wash! It’s radish water (dongchimi) and aids digestion, so try spoonfuls between your ssam.



678 Sydney Korean BBQ
Level 1/ 396 Pitt Street (enter Goulburn Street), Haymarket
Ph: (02) 9281 8997



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