TK Something is Korean barbecue restaurant located in the suburb of Canley Vale in Sydney's south-west. A warm and friendly atmosphere is constantly maintained here, so restaurant-goers will feel no inhibition. Decorations at TK something is kept simple, giving a refreshingly clean and contemporary look. While at the same time the sizzling sound of food on the grill will remind those who enter that the restaurant is serving traditional styled Korean cuisine.
Food at TK Something will be presented to the diners pre-prepared, with the meat marinated and well seasoned; while the fun part of grilling them will be left to the customer. There is a very large range of meat and seafood to indulge in at the restaurant, catering to all sorts of appetites. Side dishes such as Korean Kim Chi and various Asian styled salads serve as great appetizers to keep one's stomach occupied during the short period it takes for the proteins to cook through.
The grills at TK Something operate similarly to most barbecues at home, they are of respectable size and a decent quantity of meat and seafood can be cooked at the same time. Flame intensities are easily adjustable, rendering the grilling process simple and doable by just about anyone. Staffs are very friendly and will often help out customers at the first sign that they are experiencing any difficulties.
At its busiest up to 100 people can be fitted at once into the restaurant, the tables are suited to cater to guest groups of all sizes. So whether it's a date, family outing or friend reunion, TK something is the ideal place that will guarantee a good experience.