Category: Korean

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Madang

With Lynn in Canada for six months, it was high time for a catch up and we were craving Korean so we thought we’d check out Madang, which replaced the very popular Middle Eastern Café, on Wellesley Street. It was nothing flash interior-wise but warm and welcoming on a rainy...

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Tiger Burger

Food trucks and pop-up restaurants have been transforming Auckland’s dining landscape over the last few years, gracing us with innovative, inventive and affordable food. But sometimes you don’t want to have to wait for the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month to eat your new favourite food, so happy...

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Ko’s Dumplings

So who knew that there is a little cluster of Korean-owned shops and restaurants off Lincoln Road? I was on a mission to check out Ko’s Dumplings for another project, and found it amongst a little strip of cafes, shops and other restaurants.  Although the restaurants offer Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese...

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Nol Bu Ne

Review by May-Lee Wong Housed in a rather mystical, retro red pagoda style building on the corner of Wellesley and Lorne Streets, Nol Bu Ne has been serving up good Korean for as long as anyone can remember. I used to frequent its floorboards in my days spent at the...

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Ah Ssak

The sloping beginnings of Queen Street is a treasure-trove of cheap and cheerful eateries. If you’re ever in the city late at night, the restaurants that form this distinct block of ethnic cuisines should be your first port of call. Last Saturday I had dinner at Ah Ssak, one of the...

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Sanchun Bamboo

After an afternoon visit to Beerfest and realising we were not twenty-something anymore, we decided to go and have a civilised meal somewhere close to the Cloud. There were a number of places on Commerce street which had excellent Cheap Eats potential but we settled on Sanchun Bamboo. They had...

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