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Mira's Korean Street Food

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Published August 21st 2016
Hightail it to Mira's for Kimbab (Korean Sushi)
When I was in high school, my group of friends used to share our lunches with each other. Not every day, just when we had something special. It was a real treat when my friend brought in extra rolls of kimbab to share with us. Back then, I didn't know it as kimbab, we just called it korean sushi. But in fact, it is in a class all of its own, and I was delighted when, after all these years, I discovered what it was called and where I could get it.

If you like the idea of sushi but don't fancy raw fish, you will love kimbab. It is filled with many ingredients including picked carrots, egg, your choice of meat (such as pork, prawn, chicken), picked daikon, sesame oil and tofu. Kimbab, when made expertly, has the perfect ratio of filling to rice (which means not too much rice).

One place to try kimbab is Mira's Korean Street Food, where it is made fresh to order.

mira's korean street food eastwood
Mira's Korean Street Food

Mira's is excellent value. The total bill for 3 of us came to $30 and we had enough leftovers for another person.

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Prawn Kimbab @ Mira's

kimbab mira's korean street food eastwood
Kimbab @ Mira's

As well as a wide range of kimbab, Mira's also offer other Korean street food delights like Korean sausage (soondae) and skewers.

Order and pay at the counter, then pick a table and help yourself to the water while you wait for your food to be brought to you.
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Why? For authentic korean street food, especially the delicious kimbab
When: 9am - 10pm (except Sundays when it shuts at 9pm)
Where: 16 Railway Parade Eastwood NSW
Cost: $10 average
Your Comment
That does look proper! As a Korean-born Aussie, I always love kimbab when on a picnic. Home-made would be the best but it's quite a lot of work prepping the ingredients, so we often buy some on the way to our picnic. You can get pre-made ones at korean grocery shops but Mira's look a lot more authentic! Would love to try this shop, better plan a picnic!!
by michelle (score: 0|3) 1693 days ago
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