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Melbourne Dae Jang Geum Korean BBQ 大長今 (Little Bourke Street)

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Location: 235 Little Bourke St, Melbourne 3000
Telephone: (03) 9662 9445
Trading Hours:
Sunday ~ Thursday | 1130 – 2200
Friday ~ Saturday | 1130 – 2300

Dae Jang Geum Korean BBQ is a great place for group dining and BBQ. I don’t mind it but I wouldn’t recommend this restaurant to anyone else. Their staffs were really hard-working because you see them attending to diners frequently, so it wasn’t their service that I didn’t like.

It might have been the fact that they didn’t have eel bibimbap… Apologies, but maybe I was too picky. For such a big restaurant to not have eel bibimbap though, it was quite a disappoint. But, maybe eel bibimbap was never meant to be an authentic Korean dish?

Dishes Ordered:

Octopus Stone Pot $14.00
Egg Soup $5.00

Bibimbap and egg soup in the background

Side Dishes – I really like the dongchimi (winter white radish) pickle on the top right of the photo.

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3 thoughts on “Melbourne Dae Jang Geum Korean BBQ 大長今 (Little Bourke Street)

  1. eel is not one of korean ingredients in the first place…
    when u have eel bibimbap, it’s korean/japanese fusion already…

    • Thank you for pointing that out Mr. Crepsley; I would say that DJG Korean BBQ is very authentic and close to the traditional Korean cuisine in that case! Living in Melbourne made my tastebud overly international!

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