Hidden on Leigh St is a quiet Korean restaurant which would generally be overlooked by many passer byers. I’ve always wanted to try it out after reading a few good reviews online so a lunch date at Korea Jung was planned and expectations were high (kinda).
Decor; Korea Jung’s quiet lunch crowd
The restaurant is quiet and empty with one waiter tending to the few customers on hand. We are seated and presented with our menus and a complimentary spring onion pancake.
Complimentary spring onion pancake and an array of side dishes.
Pancake is rather oily and soft; not as crispy as I’d like it to be.
Pan fried dumplings; $8.00
The dumpling shells are crispy but like the pancake, the dumplings are on the oily side. Meh.
Spicy pork and kim chi fried rice; $15.00 and $12.00
Presentation is obviously not high on the priority list here. Can’t say I was impressed with either dish, the rice was soggy, there was hardly any meat and the overall experience was quite poor.
13 Leigh St
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8231 9551