Dinner at Jonga Jip Korean Barbecue (Eastwood)

It has been a while since we last dined out at our favourite Korean BBQ hangout, Jonga Jip. It is located at the mini korean town over at Eastwood, just 5 mins walk to the Eastwood train station. There are heaps of shops such as Korean minimarts, cafes, restaurants and hairdressing salons.

I was walking around the place looking out for new eateries and noticed a couple of new shops, which may appear in my future list for dining. One of my other BBQ favourites is at BBQ City over at Liverpool Street, Sydney.

I like this place as the service staff are pretty good, efficient and they have a widespread selection of side dishes from fishcakes to salads etc.

I have personally brought couple of friends here for dinner and they all seem to be rather happy with the overall dining experience. Food is good and price is reasonable, for the amount of side dishes you can feast on.

Upon being seated at the table, we immediately ordered our usual favourites, the beef bulgogi- $19, which was so well marinated long enough for the flavour to really set in into this tender beef slices.

Next, we ordered my wife’s favourite marinated grilled chicken -$19. These chicken take a bit long to get cooked to perfection but the taste is so good. As I am recollecting last night’s dinner, I am also salivating with hunger just at the thought of it.. Yum.

Lastly, I ordered my favourite beef rib fingers-$17. These chunky rib fingers have a bit of fat in it but it makes the bbq experience even better. Also, you have to dip the cooked rib fingers into the mixture of sesame oil and sea salt that is provided for. It is not marinated like the previous two, so you got to dip it into the tasty mix.

Alright, time for the wide range of side dishes to accompany the lovely meal. We got mashed potato, kimichi, bean sprouts, fishcakes, salads and so much more. I actually ordered another serving of the side dishes after the initial round. Mum says it is good for us to consume more vegetables. Hehe. That was no plain excuse for this gluttony.

My hands was started to get soiled as I was busy cutting the meats to bite sized pieces, while another hand was helping itself to the side dishes. I could not take many pictures of the end product. But, I managed to take a picture of the BBQ process. It is so delicious, having charcoal placed at the base of the BBQ stove..Enjoy!  You could also try their delicious seafood pancake too.

Here is the address of the great BBQ restaurant in Eastwood.

Jonga Jip

87 Rowe Street

Eastwood

02 9858 5160

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6 thoughts on “Dinner at Jonga Jip Korean Barbecue (Eastwood)

  1. arlow “kakilang”. ho boh? 🙂 yeah eastwood’s quite good for korean and chinese food. i used to live there for a while and man, i was spoilt for choices. I still frequent Jonga Jip even now that it’s no longer my local. Great stuff! Have you tried Fukuya Japanese restaurant? Right opposite the train station. It’s a Jap restaurant run by Koreans. Great value for sashimi! uber fresh and yummy. Plus there’s this korean cafe call BOM cafe (I think)..just few doors away from Fukuya, it serves iced coffee with condensed milk! I could go on and on and on..perhaps let’s meet up and eat and talk about food some time. Was nice to meet you “karp-ster” hehehe

    • Hullo. Great having you drop by:) saw that Korean place that serves sushi . Personally, I am more inclined towards the real thing. But, I might give it a go sometime soon. (since it is your recommendation. Thanks n c u soon 🙂 Korean BBQ at jonga jip rocks !

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