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sydney madangKorean restaurant sydneykorean restaurant sydneyKorean restaurantkorean restaurantkorean bbqWe waited in the laneway outside this great Korean BBQ Restaurant for 30 minutes.Before waiting there we went for a drink. We were given a number, #44, then waited to be called. It took awhile as we were 4 and one of their BBQ tables wasn’t working.It was one of the best meals we had in Sydney. Great price and great food.Our friend Jane took us there, she’s our major food source in Sydney, it was so good we went back twice. Apart from the bbq meats there were deep fried soft shell crabs, seafood pancakes and bbq prawns with spicy dipping sauces.

Madang is the Korean word for courtyard. As the restaurant is located up a laneway off Pitt Street, the front of the restaurant could be seen to be a courtyard.

Dinner at Bronte Beach.

bronte beach

Debra's fish

Debra’s Poached Whole Schnapper.

Have a large pot of boiling water ready. Large enough to hold a whole fish.

Put fish in with shallots and ginger in the cavity, cover and immediately remove from the heat. Leave for 12 minutes or 18 for a large fish. Heat peanut oil until smoking, add julienned ginger and shallot, remove from heat and pour over fish, sprinkle with light soy sauce. Debra uses the peanut oil from frying Gin Dois (chinese doughnuts) which has sesame seeds in it. Not available to everyone. Perhaps sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds over the fish at the end.

deb's dinner Debra dinnerbarry's prawns

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