Time Out says
Korean dining continues its hot streak in Surry Hills
This mod-Korean spot is slinging spicy pork and cheese jaffles, and kim chi and cream cheese stuffed chilllis alongside more traditional Korean fare including ashed chicken dak-kkochi and beef short rib. Along with a la carte dining, they host event series focused around different Korean culinary trends, from Pojang Macha (small street food vendors on wheels), frozen soju cocktails and rice cakes. The cocktail list experiments with the fermented flavours Korean food is famous for, and there's a wine list that draws on natural drops, pet nats and textural Aussie pours.
204 Devonshire St
|Opening hours:||Tue-Wed 5-11pm; Thu-Sat noon-3pm, 5-11pm;|