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Day 55: Dear Korean BBQ

Day 55: Korean BBQ

Day 55: Korean BBQ

Dear Korean BBQ,

Where would we be without you? It definitely wouldn’t be a Sydney Travel Tribe event if we didn’t venture on to a late-night chow session of your spicy flavors. Sometimes, it feels almost life-saving.

If you asked me what I am eating, I couldn’t tell you (James does all the ordering for us in Korean).

korean bbq table

If you asked me if I like soju, I could tell you (it’s not good, mate).


Dumplings, though? Those are the bomb. Tony agrees.

Korean BBQ, you make a good night even better, partially because you are one the very few late night options in Sydney, and also because you provide us with so much variety. You’re awesome.



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8 Responses to Day 55: Dear Korean BBQ

  1. Steve February 25, 2011 at 10:32 am #

    You don’t like soju?? Sorry to hear that. Seriously though, can you recommend a good Korean joint in Sydney? I’ll be there in April after 4 months in South America where Korean is really, really hard to find.

  2. Odysseus February 25, 2011 at 1:18 pm #

    You should come visit me. The best Korean BBQ is in Seoul — though I have to admit, the soju tastes like varnish remover. 🙂

  3. Lauren February 25, 2011 at 2:05 pm #

    Someday, I will stay late enough to go. I’m getting closer every meetup…

  4. Ayngelina February 26, 2011 at 4:44 am #

    I love korean BBQ, what a great way to finish the meet-up.

  5. Tony February 28, 2011 at 7:53 am #

    There’s something crisp and addictive about those dumplings. It’s totes tempting to be selfish and slide an extra couple on your plate at the expense of people’s enjoyment your end of the table. I’m not sure they’re a match for the Chinese braised eggplant, but then we wouldn’t all fit in that tiny place at 11pm 😉

  6. James March 6, 2011 at 8:29 pm #

    Glad you enjoy the K-barbs. No soju next time – I was very hungover the next day 🙁


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