Available Korean dishes

Kimchi-jeon ( Korean pancake with Kimchi and Cheese )

Japche (Stir-fried Beef, Veggies, and Sweet potato noodle, served  with rice )

Dak-Galbi ( Stir-fried spicy chicken thigh with veggies, served with rice )

Cheese Tok-poky (Spicy rice cake with Fishcake and Cheese)

JJa-Jang (Black bean and pork sauce noodles with seafood)

Take away only

For more focus on our

Chicken and Dumpling,

We stop selling all the other dishes

for a while also dine-in service as well.

Opening Hours

Tuesday and Wednesday

11 am to 8 pm

Thursday to Sunday

11 am to 8:30 pm

Once we have set-up all systems,

the shop will be open Monday as well.

Ordering Hours

Tuesday and Wednesday

10 am to 7:30 pm

Thursday to Sunday

10 am to 8:00 pm

The first order can be made

early morning and the last order

should be made

before 30min prior of the closure


Not available at the moment.

It can be changed without notice,

 please check the online ordering for availability and order.

you can change (min $30) into (min $0) 

by clicking itself for take-away orders.

On your mobile ordering.

Korean Fried Chicken

Tok-Poky ( 떡볶이 )

Tok-Poky is a Pan-fried Rice cake with Korean chilli paste, topping Cheese, which is representative of Korean spicy food......  Yummy...!!!!  

( Available now )

Cheese Tok-Poky

Japche ( 잡채 )

Soy sauce based Stir fried Beef, Veggies and Sweet potato noodle,  served with rice


( Available now )


Dak-Galbi ( 닭갈비 )

Chilli paste based Stir-fried spicy chicken with veggies, served with steamed rice

( Available now )

JJa Jang 

JJa Jang ( 짜장, known as a black noodle )

Black bean sauce mixed pan-fried noodle with seafood.

( Available now )
Please call us for the reservation..!!
Booking has to be made a day prior.
Take away hours between 3 pm and 8 pm,
Available on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
JokBal - Korean style Schweinshaxe.


( Available )


Using 7 Oriental herbs, Slow-cooked pork belly is served with Veggies, Jang(sauce) and tow different type of Kimchi in order to enjoy SSam,
Ssam (쌈), ` meaning "wrapped", refers to a dish in Korean cuisine in which, usually, leafy vegetables are used to wrap a piece of meat such as pork or other fillings
( not available for a while )
Kimchi-Jjim ( 김치찜 )
Kimchi-Jjim is Braised Kimchi with Pork belly.  Aged and well-fermented Kimchi will give you a deep and thick flavour. You will not regret it to try.
On your rice bowl, make a little rice pile using a chopstick and put a piece of pork belly on top. Then use a nice long piece of Kimchi to wrap the pork and rice together and have a big bite for a mouth full of flavour.
( not available for a while )
Soon-Tofu( 순두부 )


Soon-Tofu is a Spicy soft-tofu stew with various seafood. Korean people tend to have this in order to get rid of hang-over. Yes, you can select your spice level from mild to super spicy.

( not available for a while )
Bulgogi ( 불고기 )

Bulgogi is one of classic Korean dishes where thinly shaved meat is marinated in a sweet and savoury sauce made of soy sauce, sugar, and fruits. 


( not available for a while )
Bibimbop ( 불고기 비빔밥 )

Bibimbap simply translates to “mixed rice with meat and assorted vegetables“.

It is probably one of the most well-known and beloved Korean dishes for many people. Even if people don’t know anything about Korea, it’s not too difficult to find people who had Bibimbap sometime in their lives.

( not available for a while )
Jeyuk-Dupbop( 辣炒猪肉, 제육덮밥 )

"Jeyuk" means pork ​​meat and "Dupbop" means a steamed rice dish with cooked food on top. 

Normally, Korean Spicy Paste is used to marinate the pork meat.

It can be a little too spicy for the people who does not enjoy spicy foods.

( not available for a while )
Korean seafood pancake.

Korean style seafood pancake includes scallop, prawn, mussel, clam, squid, baby octopus, and veggies.