Ignored cravings for Asian food has seen factory workers fired for confusing conveyor belt items with all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ trains. Enjoy feasts from the east and stay out of trouble with today’s Groupon for Open Korea:
- $39 for an all-you-can-eat Classic Korean BBQ for two people plus a glass of any beer or wine each, or bottle of Soju to share ($106 value)
- $74 for four people with a glass of any beer or wine each, or bottle(s) of Soju to share ($212 value)
- $99 for six people with a glass of any beer or wine each, or bottle(s) of Soju to share ($318 value)
Giving tongues something worthwhile to talk about, Open Korea offers eastern eaters the chance to feast until both their hearts and stomachs are content with an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ spread.
Groupies have the ability to choose from a range of mouth-watering meats, including marinated beef, pork belly, chicken bulgogi, fresh king prawns, marinated chilli squid and assorted mushrooms. Dishes accompanied with boiled rice gives Korean consumers something extra to soak up the flamboyant flavours.
The freedom to select any side dish, from Kim Chee, a pickled cabbage seasoned with hot Korean spices, to Na Mul, assorted seasoned vegetables served cold, allows gobbling Groupsters the chance to cleanse palettes in between each serving. Taking in the friendly atmosphere with a glass of wine, beer or traditional Korean Soju in hand allows stuffed stomachs to be slowly soothed. For those after a more intimate affair, the option of BBQ-ing with two provides the perfect solution, while those who roll in bigger social circles take as many as four or six peeps.
A family-owned traditional restaurant, Open Korea’s reputation for providing authentic flavoursome Korean food in a relaxed and friendly setting is what has seen customers come back time and time again and kept business flourishing since opening in 1985. Being both BYO and licensed means diners are able to bring along favourite wines to complement the fantastic flavours or order beverages at their own discretion while on the premise.
We eat at Open Korea about once a week because the food is sensational. I have eaten Bibimbap at a number of Korean restaurants about town and regard the version created by Open Korea as the tastiest. This is a family run place, simply and sweetly decorated.”
– davidh10, eatability
Mon-Fri: 10.30am-3pm (Lunch)
Mon-Sat: 5.30pm-10.30pm (Dinner)