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The Best Korean BBQ in Sydney for an Unforgettable Feast

With platters of meat, fresh seafood and sizzling side dishes, get your grill on at the best Korean BBQ in Sydney.

SOOT Barangaroo

Nothing satiates a carnivorous craving quite like an old-fashioned Korean BBQ. The generous servings, platters of meat (hello melt-in-your-mouth wagyu beef), fresh seafood and DIY barbecue grill thit the spot every time. It's the perfect suggestion next time the crew is looking for a fun night out

This Gogi gui style of cooking is a fantastic way to keep things lively – and to ensure your meal is prepped exactly how you like it. Fortunately, Sydneysiders won't need to hop on a plane to find authentic Korean BBQ. Sydney's got a sizzling korean  scene that will satisfy your cravings. Roll up your sleeves and grab the tongs; we’ve picked out the best Korean BBQ in Sydney so you can grill to your heart’s content.

Bornga Korean BBQ Restaurant

Bornga Korean BBQ Restaurant

If you're looking to impress your foodie friend, this is the place to book. With several branches scattered across the globe, and an epic menu of Korean classics, you know that Bornga is the real deal.

From sizzling barbecue meats and mouthwatering bulgogi to comforting bibimbap and soul-warming jjigae (stew), Bornga covers all the bases for every foodie to enjoy. And did we mention the unlimited sides and amazing service?

When it comes to Korean BBQ in Sydney, Bornga is a real game-changer, setting the bar high for an authentic culinary experience.

Level 1/78 Harbour Street, Haymarket

Dae Jang Kum

Dae Jang Kum

With over 150 Korean dishes tempting the taste buds, Dae Jang Kum stands out as a haven for those craving an authentic Korean BBQ experience in Sydney. This homestyle restaurant—fitted with traditional Korean decor—and cook-it-yourself tabletop grills are irresistible for famished patrons.

Their Wagyu BBQ sets are at the top of our order, along with their moreish kimchi pancake to round out your meal. And it goes without saying, that everything you order is only improved with Korean beer and soju. Rally your best mates for a scrumptious feast and say geonbae!

35 Goulburn Street, Sydney

28 Rowe Street, Eastwood

678 Korean BBQ

678 Korean BBQ

One of the busiest Korean BBQs Sydney has to offer, 678 is an institution and serves up plate after plate of high-quality meat to ravenous customers desperate to get their grill on. Add a glass of soju or Korean beer as the perfect accompaniment to your traditional Korean feast.

Level 1/396 Pitt Street, Haymarket

14 Glen Street, Eastwood

789 Korean BBQ Darling Square

789 Korean BBQ Darling Square

For a top-notch Korean BBQ experience in Sydney, look no further than 789 Korean BBQ. An upgraded sister establishment to the famous 678, they've levelled up their game, blending traditional Korean flavours with a modern twist.

With premium cuts of meat and veggies grilled to perfection right at your table, 789 never misses. Whether it's a cosy date night or a lively get-together with mates, the warm and inviting atmosphere at 789 will let you grill, gather, and celebrate the essence of Korean barbecue right in the heart of Sydney.

Shop 4/35 Tumbalong Boulevard, Haymarket



Located within Market City, KOGI Korean BBQ in Sydney stands out with its tantalising fusion of traditional Korean flavors and contemporary culinary innovation. From sizzling bulgogi to savoury kimchi pancakes paired with a buzzing ambiance.

9-13 Hay Street, Sydney

MyungJang Obaltan Restaurant

O Bal Tan and Myung Jang

O Bal Tan and Myung Jang Restaurant, a charming and cosy eatery tucked into an alley off Pitt Street, is the answer to your end-of-work-week dinner cravings, with an extensive menu covering all the Korean classics, and naturally the full BBQ options. If you’re there with a group why not try the 950-gram mixed combo to ensure you get a taste of pork, beef, chicken and seafood? After one visit you'll see why it is one of the best Korean BBQs in Sydney.

363A Pitt Street, Sydney

BaaOinkMoo (BOM)

For a sizzling night out with a side of K-pop beats, BOM Korean BBQ in Sydney takes the crown. This joint isn't just about grilling meats; they're dropping beats that keep the vibe alive. With karaoke nights and a soju bar, it's the perfect combo of good food and great tunes.

Oh, and did we mention they've got a VIP room? Whether it's a birthday bash, a squad gathering, or any excuse to party, BOM's all-you-can-eat buffet in the VIP room has you covered.

EdSquare Shopping, Level 1/52 Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park



SOOT offers a modern twist on the traditional Aussie steakhouse, fusing classic Australian cuts with the vibrant flair of Korean BBQ. Part of the Kolture hospitality group, SOOT knows how to bring the heat and they surely know how to take Korean BBQ in Sydney to a new level.

Each grill on the table will cook Wagyu beef, Angus galbi, and Kurobuta pork ribs to perfection that goes well with thoughtfully prepared banchans.

Still hungry? Order up Korean fried chicken, seafood pancakes, and a variety of noodle and rice dishes and pair them with Korean liquors, sake, and Korean-inspired cocktails to complete your meal.

Shop T1.05, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo

Woo Wol

Woo Wol in Chippendale is Sydney's answer to fancy Korean BBQ. Forget the run-of-the-mill grill joints; Woo Wol brings the art of Wagyu Omakase to the table. Picture this: the finest Wagyu beef, kissed by a true charcoal flame, celebrating the freshest local produce with a chef's touch of rich, Korean flavours.

This hotspot, an offshoot of Sydney's high-end Korean dining experience Jung Sung, is where high-end dining meets the sizzle of a true BBQ experience. Don't sleep on the wagyu cake and their top-tier Wagyu omakase for an indulgent meal.

Shop 7 / 6 Central Park Ave, Chippendale



If you’re looking for something a little special, this upscale take on the Korean BBQ is a fantastic option. Danjee offers a vast range of authentic Korean dishes including bibimbap in chicken, beef, fish or pork variations, potato starch noodles or try out their kimchi and mung bean pancake, a refreshing take on the traditional.

On the grill side, they'll keep you satiated with the Korean BBQ sets featuring premium cuts and delicious marinated options. The best part is that you can choose to cook your meat yourself or by their in-house chef. How convenient!

1-7 Albion Place, Sydney

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