Considered as one of the best Korean BBQ places in Sydney CBD, it took us the perfect time in order to eat at Madang. As soon as evening strikes, people troop down to this restaurant for some Korean BBQ. So we came up with a plan to have dinner before 6pm. The plan was successful as we were the third customer that arrived a little after 5pm.
Unfortunately we weren't in the mood for BBQ (even if their meats were highly recommended) so we decided to order a few dishes to share between the two of us.
The Kimchi Pancake seemed dry and a bit burnt in some parts. The only saving grace was it wasn't oily and it was on the thin side so it was at least easy to eat.
The Beef Bibimbap doesn't look as attractive as I want it to be but it was fresh and filling. The vegetables were abundant and the rice just enough for a person to finish in one seating (other Bibimbaps I've had overflows with rice).
The dish that brought the house down that night was the Tofu in Soybean Stew. The soup had a tinge of sweet and nutty taste due to richness of the soybean paste. It was the perfect comfort food on warm night especially when partnered with steamed rice.
The next time we come back to Madang, we'll definitely have a BBQ so we can try their meats.
Sydney Madang Restaurant
371A Pitt St, Sydney
(entrance located down a small alleyway just north of Liverpool Street)
Phone : (02) 9264 7010