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Best Korean BBQ in Melbourne For A Flaming Good Feast

The generous servings, platters of meat, fresh seafood and a cook-it-yourself grill hit the spot every time at the best Korean BBQ in Melbourne.

Yuk Gam K-BBQ

For carnivorous souls, there’s nothing like an authentic Korean BBQ feast to set your taste buds alight. From the premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood, to the cook-it-yourself grill and generous share platters, there’s so much to love about Gogi-gui.

Whether you are a seasoned pro or a first-time griller, we’ve tasted our way around the best Korean BBQ in Melbourne, so you can experience the famous flaming delicacies yourself.

Woo399 Korean BBQ

Woo399 Korean BBQ

Woo399 BBQ is not only one of the best spots for Korean barbecue in Melbourne, they also are Halal certified. Here, butcher and restaurant collide, as you pick out your premium meats for barbecuing at your table. Indulge in delicious wagyu beef, pork, chicken and more as you eat until your heart's content.

Woo399 strive to make Korean barbecue as affordable as posible without compromising on quality, with wagyu prices ranging from $15 to $25 per kilogram. Now that's an affordable feast.

4/399 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Yuk Gam K-BBQ

Yuk Gam Korean BBQ & Pocha

At Yuk Gam, you get to enjoy both some of the best Korean BBQ in Melbourne and pocha all in the one place. Whether you're craving crispy, crunchy comfort street food or want the full-on K-BBQ experience (or a little bit of both), this Korean restaurant truly has it all. Get a group of friends together and enjoy the signature set, which comes with wagyu beef rib fingers, scotch, oyster blade and more, along with pork belly, chicken thigh, a sahsimi platter, and other goodness. It's a feast you're bound to remember!

Shop 5-7, 535 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Mansae Korean BBQ

Mansae Korean BBQ

Mansae Korean BBQ has put down new roots in Burwood East - and with its two thriving locations, it's never looked better! Translating to 'hip-hip-hooray', it's a true commemoration of one of Korea's most authentic dining experiences - and considered one of Melbourne's best K-BBQ hot-spots. The new location offers a larger menu and dining space, with the same quality and attention to detail as in the CBD.

Fun, interactive and casual, Mansae delivers the very best in quality Australian Wagyu beef and free-range prime pork, cooked fresh at the table over the hot grill - the proper K-BBQ way. All you need to do is gather your friends... and feast! 

Shop 12/2 Burwood Highway, Burwood East 

Shop 9/120 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne

Hwaro Korean BBQ

This trendy CBD eatery often sees queues winding out the door and along the street, with dozens vying for a table come dinnertime. Soups, noodles and hot plates, always hit the spot, but you’d be mad to visit Hwaro without ordering one of their mixed meat sets (the beef ribs are a must) and get the tabletop barbecues firing. The staff here are very attentive and will help you with the cooking process – no overcooked meat on their watch!

562 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Bornga Korean Restaurant

If you're looking to impress your foodie friend or simply craving some mouthwatering Korean BBQ, this is the place to book. With outposts in 10 countries and an epic menu of Korean classics, you know that Bornga is the real deal. From BBQ meats, fried chicken and bulgogi, to bibimbap, beef japchae and jjigae (stew), there is something for everyone to enjoy. Incredible flavours, juicy cuts and delicious sides... and did we mention the sides are unlimited and come with a side of super friendly service?! 

When it comes to Korean BBQ in Melbourne, Bornga is a real game-changer.

Level 1/178 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne



Step through the arched wooden doorway and be transported straight to the streets of Seoul – no passport required. One of the busier Korean BBQ joints Melbourne has to offer, ChangGo is a local institution and serves up endless plates of high-quality meat to ravenous customers desperate to get the grilling started. While you really can’t go wrong with the menu, it’s the Palsaik BBQ Set with eight cuts of pork belly individually marinated in every flavour of the rainbow that keeps their chairs filled night after night. Authentic. 

70 Little La Trobe Street, Melbourne



This laidback spot for Korean BBQ in Melbourne is a Smith Street favourite, where hungry friends with a mutual craving for boneless fried chicken, savoury Korean pancakes and tender barbecued meat congregate for an always delicious dinner. 

Bringing mouthwatering wagyu beef, pork belly, king prawns and even vegetables to the table (ready for you to cook it all yourself), this Korean BBQ spot is all about fun, flavour and sides of tasty takoyaki. BellyQ will leave you with a belly - a belly full of delicious Korean BBQ, that is!

354 Smith Street, Collingwood 



For contemporary Korean BBQ in Melbourne, look no further than DooBoo. It specialises in Korean cuisine including tofu hot pot, fried chicken and meat dishes, with an authentic touch to ensure flavours sing. Don’t go past their signature soon-tofu to start - spicy silken tofu stew, with egg, vegetables, spring onion, pork and clams; or perhaps original boneless fried chicken with sweet chilli sauce tempts taste buds. Those looking to share should opt for marinated and grilled pork neck galbi BBQ, pork donkatsu and hot pot rice. No matter what you choose from the menu, DooBoo is here to satisfy the heartiest of appetites, with each dish best washed down with a Cass beer, of course! 

Melbourne CBD, Box Hill & Glen Waverley

The Galbi

The Galbi

A stone throw’s away from Queen Victoria Market, The Galbi along Victoria Street is a hub for all things sticky, fried, pickled and delicious, and is considered one of the best Korean BBQs in Melbourne. Buzzing and vibrant, this venue serves everything from giant cut marinated beef ribs and pork belly to kimchi pancakes and their prized spicy cold noodles (Bibim naengmyeon) served with the heartiest of beef broths.  

270-274 Victoria Street, North Melbourne

Noda Grill

This beautifully styled venue churns out lip-smacking Korean cuisine like there’s no tomorrow. Fresh, sweet, spicy, crunchy and sticky, expect high-quality eats for a very wallet-friendly price. Gather your friends around the BBQ and settle in for an evening of Korean BBQ deliciousness, alongside a healthy serving of kimchi. Naturally.

144 Bridge Road, Richmond

Mrs Kim's Grill Restaurant

Mrs Kim’s Grill Restaurant

Making their mark on the local community with secret marinade recipes, Mrs Kim’s Grill wants you to feel at home while you delve into new tantalising flavours. With all plates designed to share and prepared with local ingredients, this quirky Korean eatery is all about coming together to share a tasty bite.

136 Koornang Road, Carnegie

Guhng The Palace

Guhng The Palace

Set over four levels and adorned in hanging ornaments, Gunhng The Palace is another favourite for die-hard Gogi gui BBQ fans who relish the opportunity to fire up the grill without the hassle of chopping and cleaning duties. The generous serving of spicy assorted seafood hotpot is a must-order for the table while the deep-fried pork belly is always a favourite.

19 McKillop Street, Melbourne


Yeonga Korean BBQ Restaurant

For Korean barbecue, flowing soju and good times, Yeonga is the place to be. They serve premium cuts of meat including wagyu and black Angus in a variety of marinades, grilled over charcoal for that unmistakable smoky flavour. It's common to see groups of friends toasting shots of soju late into the evening here, and they’re also a great place to try Korean specialty drinks like plum wine and shikhye, a traditional sweet rice beverage.

1 Cobden Street, North Melbourne

Oriental Spoon

Equal parts stylish and delicious, Oriental Spoon transports diners to the heart of Seoul. Specialising in traditional Korean fare, this rustic restaurant is all about flavour and authenticity. From bulgogi and dumplings to hot pot and bibimbap, you are spoilt for choice. A definite must-try is the fried chicken; sweet, sticky and spicy, you will be left wanting more.

254 La Trobe Street, Melbourne

291 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

Woodo Korean BBQ (Image Credit: Karenimo)

Woodo Korean Barbecue

Not messing around, this CBD venue has perfected the art of Korean BBQ. Serving up the classics, expect all the senses to be tantalised, each and every bite. The bulgogi beef is just the ticket, and we’re all about sampling as much Korean kimchi as possible.

179 King Street, Melbourne

Loved our list of the best Korean BBQ in Melbourne and are hungry for more? Try our favourite spots for Japanese in Melbourne for a sumptuous feast. You’ll also find more dinner inspiration with our roundup of the best new restaurants in Melbourne.

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