On any given day, especially with a big group, the Korean restaurants in Northcote may be the perfect culinary choice for you. It’s not just an Aussie phenomenon. Korean BBQ has transcended nationalities, becoming a globally popular dish. The savory, tasty marinades are some of the most delicious, and the thing-sliced meats cook right before your eyes as you celebrate the day with your best mates. Sounds pretty good, right?
When looking for Korean restaurants in Northcote, you will notice different cuts of Korean BBQ are the star. Whether it be pork belly, beef short rib, sirloin, brisket, beef tongue, squid, or another fabulous cut, these marinated meats make up the bulk of the meal. Served with delicious sides like kimchi (spicy fermented cabbage), these meats will have the entire room floored from their smell and taste. Korean BBQ cuts are thin enough that they cook in minutes in front you. Appreciating the meat gets smoky, charred, and deliciously rich before your eyes is one of the joys of visiting the Korean restaurants in Northcote.
Dumplings and Korean Pancakes
Don’t get caught up – the dumplings and Korean pancakes are excellent alternatives for those who aren’t huge fans of sliced meats. Dumplings, inspired by the Chinese originals, are starchy rice patties boiled, steamed or fried, that wrap up delicious insides made of prawn, pork, chicken, or beef.
Korean pancakes are just that – Korean culture’s amazing take on pancake batter and filling! Made from shredded potatoes, fresh veggies, then pan-fried to perception Korean pancakes are tangy, saucy, and perfect for veggie eaters who still want to go with their friends to the local Korean restaurants in Northcote.
Korean BBQ Set
Pork belly, beef bulgogi, bao bun, pickles, kimchi, baby cos served in a sleek, modern setting. Watch the flavored steam rise up off your flavored meats at the Korean restaurants in Northcote.
Steamed Prawn and Scallop Dumplings
Steamed to perfection with sous-vide meats inside, the prawn and scallop dumplings are a pescatarian’s delight. May sure to ask for extra Yuzu Kosho dipping sauce – a citrusy, spicy addition.
Udon Noodle Soup
If you love soups and stews, you have to try this udon noodle soup. Filled with your choice of beef or tofu, the homemade broth has a soy sauce base. But the real star is the incredibly rick, thick noodles. Available at your local Korean restaurants in Northcote!
From Korean BBQ to K-Pop, Korean culture has brightened the everyday lives of us Aussies. Although the number of South Koreans in Australia still hover in the tens of thousands, we in Melbourne have taken to their cultural imports – K Pop and KBBQ. In fact, it turns out that young Melbourne students have taken a greater interest in learning Korean. They just want to be closer to a culture they love.
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