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Yami Yami Korean / Japanese (Box Hill)

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Parking should be easy to find around the area; fees apply during the day

Location: 1d Bank St, Box Hill 3128

Telephone: (03) 9890 4588
Opening Hours: 7 Days | Lunch and Dinner

Can also be found in Melbourne CBD: 398 Lonsdale St, Melbourne 3000
Telephone: (03) 9670 3323

Looking Outside

Dishes Ordered:

L.A. Galbi $15.00+

This is a grilled Korean dish that is made with marinated pork short ribs in a ganjang-based sauce (Korean soy sauce). When cooked on a griddle or grill, the meat is usually cut in thin slices across the bones and is called L.A. Galbi.

Beef Bulgogi and Mushroom Stew $35.00+

Fume free cooking facility =]

Stew for Two; it was shared between the three of us

Hot Pot Bibimbap $14.00

Bibimbap in a Stone Pot

Banchan refers to small dishes of food served along with cooked rice in Korean cuisine. (Hangul: 반찬; Hanja: 飯饌; also spelled panch’an) – Bean sprouts, cabbage and potatoes.

Number of Diners: 3
Total Bill: $60.00+

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