I'm a full time College student and a part-time writer.
Published December 30th 2019
Before the end of this decade, I wanted to try Korean food but buffet style because who doesn't want to eat a week's worth of food in one night. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a buffet-style Korean food place in Brisbane city and when I looked up and searched for more restaurants, I was fortunate enough to find the Restaurant Red and Green hidden away in Annerly street. I and my friend took the 120 bus and got down from our stop and reached the place on the top floor.
The atmosphere screamed Christmas spirit and of course gave out the Seoul vibes as well. The staff greeted us and they were very polite and were taken to our table by a lovely worker. He gave us a brief explanation about the whole process since it was our first time there.
Within the next few minutes, they brought the charcoal-burner to grill the meat and we were ready to go get the food. There were a lot of options and we got ourselves steamed rice, kimchi, meat, Korean pancakes, rice cakes and many more.
We started eating around 7.00 pm and with casual talks and grilling the meat along with it, the dinner was fulfilling. The food was really and lived up to the standard and the service was commendable. There was K-pop playing in the background and it was very chilling.
I'd recommend you to eat as much as you can and go for the desserts as well which included a variety of fruits and cakes. Further, it's best to walk after eating because it's better to burn the calories.