Monday, 14 September 2015

Maru Korean BBQ, CBD

Yeeep, I'm gonna update a little about how I spent my last Sunday and introduce my current favourite restaurant in Brisbane. So... since its a Sunday, Eric and I woke up really really late because we watched <The Hills Have Eyes 2> the night before. I hate watching thriller or horror movie but I was forced so its okay at least its not about ghost just some disgusting mutant. The ending was really unsatisfying... nah not gonna spoiler or what, I still dislike any thriller movie. Back to the topic, by the time we get ready to go out was around 2pm. heh just how much I love the weekends. Could not feel our stomach anymore by the time we reached city. Ended making our fastest decision to eat in Maru again! It was the 7th? time ever since we've been here which means we've been visiting at least once a week. hahah 

 quick selfies before heading out. 

Cut my fringe two weeks ago because I was so tempted to have short fringe again. I got it cut in a Korean hair salon in city which explains how satisfy am I with the result heh. But I still flip them to the side from time to time because when the wind blows, it became middle parted... 

Maru's interior

love love LOVEEE all these side dishes. Cannot explain how good does the 오뎅(odeng) tastes. I also freaking love eating the kimchi here with the mayonnaise thingy side dish. HEAVEN xo

Eric's pick: Soy fried chicken. He eats the fried chicken here every time. 

My pick: Mild Seafood Jjamppong. I cant handle spicy food well so I have very limited choices. This jjamppong is love. Portion is more than enough for one person.

Look at how much seafood I got. so much love and the price can be considered cheap. It costs either AUD$12.50 or AUD$14.50. 


I also tried black bean noodle 자장면(jajangmyeon), seafood pancake 파전(pajeon), teriyaki bibimbap in Maru during my last few visits. Pajeon's portion was a bit small to be honest but taste super good. These are solely based on my personal taste, I really really love the food here. But a korean unnie I met at university commented that the food in Maru are not "korean" fully. haha but i still like it anyhow. 


Kayy, that's all for this post!



Loves.