What makes the meat more palatable at Guhng is that its grilled with the traditional charcoal BBQ method. Unlike the more convenient version using gas on a metal steel to BBQ, using charcoal is way more preferable for me because the taste of smoked meat becomes more distinct. Besides, at Guhng, you don’t have to get your hands dirty. Worried with your grilling skills? Fret not, all you have to do is sit down, relax, let the waiters do the job.
Here’s a list of things of what we ordered.
Chicken Thigh Fillet, 22AUD (Cooking)
The purpose of the metal exhaust is to keep the BBQ smell away so you wont go out smelling like meat. Unfortunately, it only helps a little. The BBQ smell still lingers on my clothes and hair the whole night.
Chicken Thigh Fillet, 22AUD (Uncooked)
Beef Ribs Fillet, 22AUD (Uncooked)
Scotch Fillet, 25AUD (Uncooked)
Scotch Fillet, 25AUD (Cooked)
The Scotch Fillet is pretty good and this is one portion at 25AUD. Remember to take a lettuce and wrap the meat around it, dip it in the Korean red chili sauce before taking a bite. YUM.
Pork Belly / Sam-GyepSal, 21AUD (Cooked)
The Pork Belly is my favourite out of what we ordered. The fat contents are extremely sinful but worth every bite. Choose from having it plain, spicy or marinated with sweet soy. I chose sweet soy.
Seafood Hotpot, 39AUD
The seafood is listed as a ‘must try’ on the menu. Its full of goodness with ingredients such as Abalone, Fish Of The Day, King Prawns, Squids, Baby Octopus and various vegetables.
Steamed Dumplings, 14AUD
Twelve pieces of steamed dumplings that are filled with pork and vegetables. Its so pretty on this plate.
Kimchi Hotpot, 14AUD
Guhng’s traditional Kimchi hotpot that is lightly seasoned and not too sour.
Beef Bibimbap Stone-Grilled, 16AUD
A mix of rice with seasoned vegetables and egg. You can choose from pork, beef, or chicken to go along with. You can even have it meatless.
Black Rice, 2AUD
There’s something about black rice.. I can just eat them with chili and be satisfied. For real.
Free kimchi overdose for me!
Had dinner with some lovely people at Guhng tonight but didn’t manage (completely forgot) to take photos of everyone or anyone.
Guhng has three floors and each floor has a different setting. The lowest floor is the quietest section and has a smoking area. Perfect for dining in with close group of families or your acquaintances. The middle floor could hold the most number of people and they cater this floor to the younger customers. More homey and laid back for a casual dining purposes. The top floor has a mini bar for a group to have some private time together.
Thanks Patrick for recommending Guhng, its an awesome Korean BBQ restaurant and also, big thanks to Laura Lolo for the treat. Next time its on us 🙂
Mon to Thu (Lunch): 12pm-3pm
Fri (Lunch): 12pm-3pm