What is the best Korean food KAOKAO at Town Hall in Sydney?

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Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Sydney!




Since there are many Korean immigrants in Australia, many Korean dishes are available in Sydney.




At KAOKAO, which has a store in the Town Hall in the center of town, their famous dishes include Jajang Noodles and Tangsuyuk, which is fried pork!




My Korean friend recommended this restaurant to me, and I liked it, so I’ll introduce it to you.



Recommended for
  • Looking for a Korean restaurant in Sydney
  • Want to eat good Korean food near the Town Hall
  • Want to know what Korean food is recommended by people who have studied in Australia







Contents of this article
  • What is Korean food KAOKAO?
  • What is Jajang Mian Rice Noodles?
  • What is Tangsuyuk?
  • Appearance of the restaurant
  • Atmosphere inside the restaurant
  • Recommended Menu
  • How to Order and Notes
  • Taste of the food






I studied abroad in Sydney for a year starting in 2018. Now I am writing a blog about my experience.




By reading this post, you’ll get to know about the best Korean food in Sydney!



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What is Korean food KAOKAO?

It is a restaurant located in Sydney’s Town Hall that specializes in Chinese-style Korean food.




I especially recommend their Jajang Mian noodles and a dish called Tangsuyuk!



KAOKAO
  • Access: 5 minutes walk from Town Hall Station
  • Address: shop4/379 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
  • Opening hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm daily






What is Jajang Noodles?

black beans noodles

Jajangmyeon is a Korean noodle dish derived from the Chinese dish Jajang Mian.




It is classified as a Chinese dish in Korea and is characterized by its sweet flavor.




It is prepared by stir-frying wheat noodles, black miso, minced meat and onions together, and because of the large share of seasonings, the taste often remains the same from restaurant to restaurant.




It is also famous as a Black Day dish in Korea, and is eaten by people who have no boyfriend on April 14th.



What is tangsuyuk?

sweet sour pork

It is a Korean Chinese dish made with pork, and is derived from the Chinese dish, sweet-and-sour pork.




The cooking method of frying fried pork and vegetables in sweet vinegar is the same as that of Chinese food, but it is less sour.




Since it’s a large dish, it’s one that’s often eaten in large groups!



Exterior of the restaurant

You can see the menu from outside the restaurant.




You can also see the restaurant from the window.



The atmosphere inside the restaurant

Since the location of the restaurant has changed, the inside of the restaurant has been updated, making it a beautiful space.




There are a lot of tables, so it’s hard to get full.




However, it may be crowded on weekends.



Recommended menu

I recommend the Jajang Mian and Tangsuyuk!




You must order them when you come to this restaurant.



How to Order and Points to Note

Place your order with the waitress at the restaurant.




The bill is paid later, and card payment is also accepted.



Taste of the food

I ordered jajang rice noodles and tangsuyuk!




I’ll start with the jajang rice noodles.



black noodles






It’s got a sweet and spicy sauce that goes perfectly with the noodles!




I also like the texture of the onions in the ingredients.




It’s a simple dish, but very tasty.




I’ll also try the tangsuyuk.



sweet sour pork






The crispy fried chicken and the sweet and sour seasoning is to die for!




The ingredients, onions and carrots, are also well seasoned and delicious.




Because the quantity is large, it is better to order in several people.



Conclusion

Sydney
  • KAOKAO is the best Korean food in Sydney.
  • A place where you can taste Korean-style Chinese food.
  • A restaurant with convenient access.






This is a summary of KAOKAO, Korean food in Sydney!




There are many other Korean restaurants in Sydney, and I will introduce them as needed.




Stay tuned for more information on Australia as it becomes available.




Thank you for reading to the end!

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