Tarng is located on A’Beckett Street, just a short walking distance from Victoria Market and RMIT. The sunflower against black interior caught my eye the moment I stepped through the door – makes me feel cheerful. Don’t you just love the sunflowers?
We came to Tarng with a group social voucher to try their hot pots. Luckily the weather was on our side and gave us a nice cool day to enjoy them. Basically, Tarng is a no frills restaurant that serves quick and fast Korean eats, particularly popular with hot pots.
Our first course was a plate of marinated Chicken Drumettes sprinkled with black and white sesame. Very finger lickin good.
Bulgogi Tarng (hot pot)
Tarng also served one of the best and most value for money hot pots ever! We ordered the Bulgogi Tarng which was an absolute delight and may I say that the broth was addictively sweet, wholesome (contains a good mix of vegetable, tofu, potato noodle and beef slices) and came in generous portion for two persons.
Pork Bibimbap (Cold)
Chicken Bibimbap (Hot)
The bibimbaps were fantastic too. We tried both the hot and cold bibimbaps. The cold bibimbaps were served at room temperature while the hot ones were served in hot stone bowl which gave that extra crisp burnt rice bits at the bottom of the bowl. Love it!
Good hot pots. Good bibimbaps. Value for money. Formula for success and here to stay.
To die for : Hot pots, Bibimbap
Price : $$
Yummy Factor : +3.5
Noise Level : Medium
1/31 A’Beckett St, Melbourne, Victoria
P: 03 9639 4456
Mon-Sun: Lunch, Dinner & Late