Since it opened its doors four months ago, Little Korea has been quietly going about its business down a little street in Adelaide’s CBD. Situated on Hyde Street, the premises was formerly a Korean restaurant as well, but since opening its doors in September, Little Korea brings something fresh to the scene.
The menu is peppered with all your usual Korean favourites, including Korean Fried Chicken (which goes down a treat with a bottle of Korean beer – try the Cass), Bibimbab, Bulgogi, great value lunch box specials for $14, and plenty of other delicious options.
As we left last night we saw what looked like a seafood hot pot, stacked with crabs (not just bits of meat but full halves), prawns and more. It brought on some serious food envy and I’ll be having it for sure next time I go back.
At the end of the restaurant, there’s a giant projector which streams constant K-POP video clips, and to be honest, it was amazing. It certainly adds some entertainment to your visit (especially if your mates are constantly on their phones too!)
The highlight of Little Korea though, has to be the cartoon corner. It’s an instagram dream.
Hand painted in black and white, the corner features a little table and two chairs, and is ADORABLE.
Best of all, they encourage you to take a snap there, and share it on social media – and if you tag them, they’ll give you a can of Coke or Sprite for free. Winning.
You can find Little Korea at Hyde Street, Adelaide and they’re open for lunch and dinner, Mon – Sat 11:00am- 2:30pm|5:00pm- 9:30pm.
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