K-Town Korean BBQ House
An neon-lit Korean barbecue joint on the lower north shore.
Sydney's lower north shore is home to a new Korean joint slinging top-notch barbecue in neon-lit surrounds. K-Town Korean BBQ House opened in early 2020 and has fast become a go-to for locals.
Come here for two things: barbecued meats and the fried chicken. The former includes an entire selection of premium wagyu cuts, including prime rib with a nine marble score ($49). Then, there's rib eye, scotch fillet, oyster blade and short rib. Other grilling options include spicy pork belly, sweet soy chicken thigh, mushrooms and zucchini. To try a bit of everything, grab a mixed platter for two-to-four mates ($62–99), which includes all different meats, plus scallops and haloumi.
Alongside the grilled meats is K-Town's OG fried chicken, which comes bone-in or boneless and in soy garlic, creamy cheese, sweet and sour and extra hot varieties ($22–42). And yes, there are heaps of soju to accompany your dinner.
The barbecued eats are served in a modern setting with pink neon lighting, exposed brick walls and strong party vibes — plan to get a group together and get stuck in.
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