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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
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Published June 13th 2020
One of the restaurants in Glynburn Plaza, Seoul Express is a branch of the outlet of the same name located at Southern Cross Food Court in Adelaide CBD. Portion sizes of the dishes are very generous, sufficient for sharing with a friend if you desire.

The process of cooking the dish on a hot plate helped to impart a smoky flavour to their Spicy Seafood Grill. The mussels, prawns and squid were all cooked just right. The spicy sauce the seafood was cooked in gave them a delectable spicy taste and the rice had a lovely bit of crust on the bottom. A topping of an omelette made the dish looked like a Korean version of the Japanese dish, Omurice. Accompanying the dish was a small serving of kimchi.

Seoul Express, Spicy Seafood Grill, Adelaide
Spicy Seafood Grill (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


We liked that the flesh of the pork schnitzel in the Busan Katsu was succulent and set off nicely by the crisp crumb coating. The store's signature sauce gave it a delectable savoury flavour and a salad of shredded cabbage provided an element of freshness. Miso soup, chips and orange wedges made the dish a complete meal by itself. If you prefer, there is a variation known as Seoul Katsu that replaces the pork schnitzel with one made from chicken.

Seoul Express, Busan Katsu, Adelaide
Busan Katsu (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Offered as a serving of six wings, the flesh of their Korean Fried Chicken was juicy with the golden brown coating providing a contrast with its crispiness. Served with the wings was sweet chilli sauce to provide a bit of spiciness. The size of the wings made them perfect as a snack or as an accompaniment to your main meal.

Seoul Express, Korean Fried Chicken, Adelaide
Korean Fried Chicken (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Décor of the restaurant gave it a comfortable and casual feel. Parking is not an issue as the carpark at Glynburn Plaza offers plenty of off-street parking.

Seoul Express, Adelaide
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Seoul Express, Adelaide
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
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When: Mon – Sat: 10.30am – 8.30pm
Phone: 08 8364 0641
Where: Glynburn Plaza, 161 – 167 Glynburn Road, Firie, SA
Cost: About $14 per main dish
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