Sometimes, a katsu curry hits the spot. Sometimes, nothing other than bulgogi beef will do. At Seoul Bistro, you'll find both. Why go to two separate eateries to indulge your hankering for Japanese and Korean cuisines, when the Sunnybank spot does it all?
That means kimchi fries, work-fried pork or chicken in smokey soy sauce, gyozas and soju all on the same menu, plus five flavours of Japa-burgers too. No, you won't struggle to find something to order here. And, that's not even the main attraction. Every place in Brisbane seems to whip up their own chicken wings these days; however Seoul Bistro has been frying pieces of poultry with the best of them since opening back in 2013.
Seven varieties of chook are available, including crispy fried, honey wasabi, peri peri, buffalo and yang nyum (aka sweet and spicy) — either as an unlimited buffet with chips, garlic bread, lemon iced tea and chocolate mousse, or small, medium or large a la carte servings. That's all the encouragement you need to drop by, but the likes of blue lemonade, peanut butter and strawberry milkshakes, and both Japanese and Korean beers on the drinks list should also help.