Brisbane's Korean street, Elizabeth Street in the CBD, has in the last few years been expanding out into other streets. One of the new restaurants is Noritor. Located on George Street this restaurant is a little more upmarket than the mainstays on Elizabeth Street and does both Korean and Japanese food.
Note: Why do Korean restaurants serve Japanese food? In Korea there are many Japanese dishes that are also popular local favourites, such as Okonomiyaki, or are just Korean versions of popular dishes that most people only know by their Japanese names, such as dumplings.
Noritor provides you with all the most popular dishes you would find in Korean restaurants in Brisbane, including dumplings, hot and cold noodles, spicy soups and Bibimbap (mixed riced).
The main advantage of Noritor over many of its competitors is the quality of both the dishes and the ingredients for only a few dollars more. The main thing that counts against it is that it lacks the classic forms of the dishes. I have Korean friends who complain about this fact. So you can't just get a plain Bibimbap or proper Korean dumplings.
They are also good at accommodating people who are not familiar with Korean food while also not being freaked out when I ordered some things using Korean. Overall a really nice restaurant, however I still prefer the other restaurants on Elizabeth Street such as Madtonsan.