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Korean food is taking over the world. Well Pitt Street, at least. The fried dumplings with rice vinegar are a must-order but the little sides of pickle, fish cake and tofu will you feeling virtuous from the inside out. Come for the barbecue and stay for the kim chi pancake.

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Madang details

371A Pitt Street, Sydney 2000

Telephone 9264 7010

Price per person including drinks Up to $50

Open Daily 11.30am-1am

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