19 MacKillop Street
Guhng is a popular place for Korean BBQ. Endless seating options from the long booths downstairs, the tables upstairs - and it fills up so quickly, especially on Friday nights.
Other than the carte menu, they offer courses and banquets for larger groups. We opt for Course 4B $160 ($40 per person).
Fried Beef Salad
For our entree, we opt for the fried beef salad over the beef rib salad. Coated in tempura which could be more crisp, on a generous bed of salad.
Wagyu Scotch Fillet, Wagyu Oyster Blade, Beef Rib Fillet
A variety of cut meats which our server cooks for us. The steel plate heats up quickly and cooks fast. However I find that I much rather Hwa Ro or Bab & 92 where it can be slightly pricier or Izakaya Chuji, where the meats are cooked on a thin wide netting over hot glowing coals - there is a gorgeous char and a smoky fragrance to the meats.
Marinated Beef Ribs
Spicy Kimchi Hotpot
We opt for the spicy hotpot over the soy bean hotpot, which has a mild kick.
Steamed Black Rice & Little Dishes
Blackberry Panna Cotta
Green Tea Ice-Cream
I love green tea ice cream, and ending with a cold and creamy sweet treat after hot barbequed meats and spicy kimchi. It couldn’t get any better.
Green Tea Tiramisu
Other than my personal preference for the cooking apparatus which I feel doesn’t bring the full flavour out of the meat, Guhng is buzzing, service is attentive and well suited to large groups.