In celebration ofAustralia’s wonderful food scene, we’ve compiled a list of the top fivefeeder countries of international students into the Australian tertiaryeducation sector and listed our favourite places to indulge in thecorresponding countries’ culinary delights.
#4. Republic of Korea
Kongis a slick, modern take on Korean cuisine and the only issue here is decidingwhat to order. Spicy pork buns, three flavours of fried chicken wings and theKong Bossam BBQ tray are all safe options, or go all out with the $66 Feed MeHappy Menu.
There are almost too many dishes to choose from at Madang butthat’s a good problem to have. With seven different types of bibimbap and a BBQcombination of ox tongue, chicken, pork king prawn, octopus and mussel, youcan’t go wrong!
If you’re on the hunt for premium Korean fried chicken, lookno further than Seoul Bistro.Choose between crispy fried, sweet ‘n’ spicy, honey soy, honey wasabi, periperi, buffalo and hot ‘n’ spicy, and stay calm – there’s an unlimited buffetoption!
Smart diners in Hobart know exactly where to head forsimple, delicious Korean fare. Arirang Korean and Chinese Restaurant might double up on cuisines with a variety ofdumplings but a hot pot (suited for two-three people) is the obvious choice;try the Budae Jjigae with pork, ham, sausage, kimchi and tofu.
Darwin isn’t the first place you’d expect to find anoutstanding Korean restaurant yet low and behold, there is one all the same. Little Miss Korea is all about BQQ, whether you are ordering single dishes like porkbelly in garlic oil and green shell mussels, or deciding between the LMK meatset ($27 per person) and the LMK seafood set ($37 per person).
Perth has plenty of great Korean BBQ joints and there arefew places better than Palsaik Namooin the CBD. The kimchi seafood pancake is a great way to get things started butit’s all about meat here – the 8 Colourful Flavours of Pork set comes in avariety of marinades with rice, vegetables and stew.
A slightly different take on the cuisine, Mandoo Korean Dumplings may be only a small venue but it certainly packs a punch.Take your pick between pork, chicken or vegetarian, decide whether you’d like themsteamed or pan fried, and enjoy.
Arirang is the politician's choice for Korean food in the nation's capital and there are options aplenty. Take it easy with a $14.50 chicken kathu set or ramp things up with a special, perhaps the Korean sizzling beef and mixed vegetables in spicy stew.