Time Out says
Biwon is our favourite iteration of Sydney’s Korean-Chinese eateries. Like the Korean-Chinese canon generally, Biwon’s charm is its unfussiness – servings are massive, good value and accessible. The restaurant is loud and often packed, so don’t be surprised if you’re shafted to the top floor where you need to order through an intercom. However you request it, the jajangmyeon (black bean noodle) and tangsuyuk (battered sweet-and-sour pork) both make it worth seeking out this hidden diner above a Strathfield café.
L1/22 The Boulevarde
|Opening hours:||Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 11am-9.30pm; Tue, Thu 9am-9.30pm|