A lively Korean barbecue restaurant, where traditional food philosophies meet contemporary flair, has made its home in Haberfield's historic post office building. It's a buzzy spot, where neon glows cheerfully from the walls, the soundtrack is one of sizzling meat and eating is always a communal affair.
Diners get a chance at playing chef, barbecuing their own selection of meat on the grills set into the middle of each table. There's swag of plain and marinated protein options, from beef prime rib and gochujang-coated pork belly, to thinly sliced brisket and pork neck, all in 200-gram portions primed for mix-and-match group feasts.
To round out your feed, there are traditional Korean stews made to long-held family recipes, noodles, stir fry dishes and a range of snacks, including plenty of cracking fried chicken. And at dinner, find classic Korean pancakes stuffed with the likes of kimchi or seafood, and hearty hot pots loaded up with meats, veggies and noodles.