Location: Perth CBD, Barrack St
I’m still on my Korean journey and decided to visit Little Sinabro on Barrack St (the big brother is in Northbridge). The interior is very well presented and the staff are very friendly greeting me as I stepped inside. The menus are on the table so have a look and then go to the counter to order and pay. I was taken with the cheese teppanyaki chilli pork so I chose that.
Cheese Teppanyaki Chilli Pork $14
Food Review Summary
Verdict: After a reasonable wait a tray was presented with the smouldering hot teppanyaki plate upon wood holding the contents of a rather interesting looking dish. The dish also comes with steamed rice and miso soup. The very thin pork strips were tender and the whole meal was really delicious and certainly had a good chilli fix throughout the marinade. It certainly livened up the steamed rice! I love the gooey cheese. The miso soup was also really refreshing and delicious. I find eating these meals at the various Korean restaurants I’ve visited to be deceptively filling. The dishes initially don’t look like a huge serving, not they look small, but they really fill you up and keep you going. I enjoyed the meal and was really stuffed.
Little Sinabro Restaurant Details
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