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Sydney Madang Restuarant

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by Tammy Nguyen (subscribe)
The taste of good food takes my mind away.
Published July 31st 2011
Sydney Madang Restuarant is a Korean cuisine restaurant with many varieties on the menu from mild taste to chilli taste. Their food is good and good value for money.

I've been to many Korean restaurants in the CBD and this one is my favourite one and I can't wait to come back to try more dishes. I really recommend this place to people who haven't tried it yet. But you better get there early, as you will need to wait for a table, it's that good.

They have Korean BBQ that you can cook by yourself by ordering the raw dishes you ask for, chicken, beef, pork, octopus, ox tongue and many more.

They also give you unlimited side dishes, potato, salad with this really nice mashed up sauce, tofu fish and kim chi. I love this place because of the unlimited side dishes and the side dishes are really nice.

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I've tried one of their Gimbap dishes, it's a hotpot steam rice with green veggies, mushroom, egg and you choose your own meat from chicken, pork or beef.

While you eat the pot is steaming the rice making it hot, it is set on a limited of time, it will be set from hot to cool down. It's really cheap as well, around $13-$15, it's one of my new favourite dishes that I've recently tried.

They have other food on menu such as sweet sour pork, fish pancakes, rice, noodles and many more other things to try from sweet, salty, sour or spicy.

So I really recommend this place, it's in an alley way so it might be hard to find since I always get lost trying to find the place even though I've been there many times. But once you've tried, I hope you can pass on the word of mouth and recommend this place.
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Why? Korean BBQ and with varieties on the menu.
When: 7 days a week.
Where: 371A Pitt St Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: $10-$25
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