21 Sep Han Guuk Guan, Melbourne CBD
Han Guuk Guan is hidden away in the shadow of two taller buildings, near the corner of Mackenzie and Victoria St. We came here for a birthday lunch and because the servings were large we ordered in groups. My group got haemul pajeon (seafood pancake), japchae, gamjatang (pork bone soup) and crispy chicken. I don’t have time to write in detail or edit my photos at the moment, but I thought the food was quite good. Altogether we paid about $15 each, including rice.
Banchan for today was taugeh, kim chi, potato and carrot (soy based broth) and a jelly-like thing, which one of my Korean friends said was made of chestnut. The texture was very similar to konnyaki (aka konjac).
Han Guuk Guan
13 Victoria St
(03) 9639 1747