We went on a Sunday at 17:30pm, wanting to order the $20 per person Korean Homemade Meal Set, but were told that it is no longer available on Sundays.
A man who appeared to be the chef, came out and went through the menu pointing out customer favourites, then recommended what to order to suit all our groups various dietary requirements. We settled with seafood hotpot, stir-fried octopus, stir-fried pork belly, and steamed rice.
The nice thing about Korean restaurants is all Main dishes are accompanied by sides such as kimchi, picked radish, steamed broccoli. These seem to be limitless, so two main dishes would have been plenty for the four of us.
The Chef also recommended the local drink Soju, and presented us with a complimentary serve of steamed egg soup.
While the seafood hotpot was in fact fishcakes served in 3 different ways - skewered, balls, and strips, there was plenty of it, and also of tofu, which filled us up. Viewing the menu later, revealed he had brought us the fishcake hotpot instead of the seafood one.
We were informed that the stir fried spicy pork belly and stir fried octopus would have similar tastes, but we had ordered both regardless due to diet requirements. Both delicious and mildly spicy.
The food being tasty and with generous portions, at a great price, brings Seven Star Korean up on my Melbourne's Best Cheap Eats List. Enjoy!