Prepare for a Korean feast like no other at Seoul of Sydney
The Streets of Barangaroo will soon turn into the Seoul of Sydney, a Korean feast not to be missed! The pop up on Wulugul Walk in Barangaroo will hold a dinner with loads of Korean specialities, including BBQ pork and kimchi. Founder of the event, Peter Jo has joined forces this year with Moon Park‘s Ben Sears. With Moon Park closing in September, this will be one of the last times to try their famous fried chicken. No doubt tickets will sell out quickly.
Peter Jo, known by his peers as ‘Kimchi Pete’, founded Seoul of Sydney in 2011. He was inspired to bring Korean cuisine to the forefront of the Sydney hospitality scene. And although he’s currently working on opening his own, so far untitled, Korean restaurant in Melbourne, Jo has also worked on the opening’s of Madang restaurant and Danjee Korean restaurant with his father.
Dishing up modern Korean with flare, Redfern’s Moon Park is leaving Sydney’s wine and dine scene on a high. The restaurant has been awarded one chefs hat in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide and is listed in the top 100 restaurants in Australia by the Australian Financial Review.
The shared table dinner at Seoul of Sydney is sure to be delicious with the menu featuring dishes including BBQ Pork Belly, lots of Kimchi and Moon Park’s fried chicken. Enjoy the dishes with three matched wines as you take in the iconic views of Sydney Harbour.
We have a double pass to giveaway, valued at $200, to enjoy a Korean dinner feast. One lucky reader and their friend will enjoy a complimentary cocktail on arrival, a multi-course shared plate meal and three glasses of matched wine during the main courses.
Tickets are still available for those who want to go along.
One lucky reader and their friend will win a double pass to The Streets of Barangaroo’s Seoul of Sydney Korean dinner event. With a cocktail on arrival, a multi-course shared plate meal and three glasses of matched wine, attendees are in for a night of great food and fun.
To enter simply…
- Head to Instagram and follow @eatdrinkplaysyd
- Find this picture:
3. Tag a friend you’d take along and tell us your favourite Korean dish and why.
The winner will be notified by direct message on Thursday 7 July, by 5pm.
Seoul of Sydney
When: Monday 11 July, 2016
Where: Wulugul Pop Up, Wulugul Walk
Tickets: $110 per head available here
Looking for more fun things to do in Barangaroo, then check out up and coming new bar and bistro Banksii here.