17 July 2011 ~ 6 Comments

Cora’s Korean BBQ Applecross

The first time I went to Cora’s… I enjoyed it so much I had to show it off to friends the following week. Cora’s is the most unique Korean BBQ joint in Perth because they use coal with two different grill plates. One for marinated meats and the other for everything else. I think Korean BBQ is perfect for winter because the heat from the BBQ keeps you warm.

Fair warning though, make sure you don’t go out afterwards because you will smell like a BBQ yourself.

It’s $36.00pp and you get unlimited food, a free soft drink and unlimited tea and coffee. The staff are always helpful and attentive.

Cora’s Ready to Eat Warmer Foods

Cora's Hot Food

You can munch on these while you wait for your food to cook. Choose from korean omelette, fried rice, gyoza’s, deep fried fish pieces, deep fried chicken wings done two ways and glass fried noodles.

Sushi and Hot Pot Fish Sticks

Cora's Sushi and Hot Pot of Fishcake Sticks

Sushi platter and a hot pot of fishcake sticks in broth.

Salads, Condiments and Desserts

Cora's Salads and Desserts

A selection of korean cold salads, condiments, sauces, fruit, jelly and cake.

Soups and Steamed Rice

Cora's Soups and Rice

Left: Cold Dessert Soup Right: Hot Miso Soup

Buffet Meats and Seafood

Cora's Buffet

Their uncooked buffet consists of marinated meats, prawns, mussels, pork belly, spicy chicken, beef slices and condiments like garlic, chilli and sauces.

I love how the meat is always cut very thin so it’s easier to cook and absorbs more sauce.

Korean Rice Wine!

Cora's Free Beer

The Bf had this but couldn’t finish it.

My Entree Plate

Cora's Sushi and Fishcake Sticks

The fishcake stick was very juicy and the sushi was nice.

Miso Soup

Cora's Miso Soup

I had some miso soup to start as well.

Sauces

Cora's Sauces

From memory I think we tried the soy, chilli soy, chilli sauce and some of bean-y sauce.

BBQ Coal Grill for Marinated Meats

Cora's BBQ Grill

As you can see we tried a bit of everything. We also added raw garlic and chilli to the cooking meat for extra flavouring. Also, the cooked garlic and chilli pieces are delicious and crunchy. The grill above is the best for marinated meats.

BBQ Coal Grill for Perfect Crispy Meat

Cora's BBQ Grill for Perfect Crispy Meats

This second grill is used for non-marinated meats and perfect for my favourite item in the buffet…. Pork Belly! Otherwise referred to as bacon strips.

My Hot Plate

Cora's Hot Food

I grabbed a bit of everything from the hot food selection. I loved the noodles and saucy chicken wings.

Pork Belly! (Bacon Strips)

Cora's Bacon Strips (Pork Belly)

These perfect crispy pork belly pieces take a bit longer than the other meats, but it’s worth it. I love watching the fat drip off and igniting the flames for special effects and even crispier bacon!

My favourite condiment with the pork belly is a combination of sesame sauce with the salt mixture they offer.

Mixed Plate of Everything

Cora's Mixed Plate

For the prawns, I always find it more enjoyable when you peel the shell before cooking.

More food…

Cora's Marinated Meats

This in my second favourite, marinated pork on the bone. The marinate tastes like a sweet, dark soy-like combination.

My Dessert Plate

Cora's Dessert Plate

I helped myself to pieces of caramel and chocolate mud cake, watermelon, rockmelon, honeydew and orange.

My BF’s Dessert Plate

Cora's Tea and Jelly

My BF loves his jelly.

Be sure to book in advance if you have a large group of people.

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6 Responses to “Cora’s Korean BBQ Applecross”

  1. Kanni 18 July 2011 at 9:12 am Permalink

    mmmmm looks awesome! ^-^

    • littlemi 22 July 2011 at 4:13 pm Permalink

      It was awesome both times! Too bad I have a buffet Ban July =P

  2. mztiff 18 July 2011 at 10:42 pm Permalink

    i would never think to travel so far for food, now i definitely have to! :D

    • littlemi 22 July 2011 at 4:15 pm Permalink

      It’s worth the drive Mztiff! I’m always sleepy on the drive home from gorging because of the delicious food.

  3. Wandering Gourmet 27 July 2011 at 4:36 pm Permalink

    Is this the one that is (or used to be) in Myaree?

    • littlemi 28 July 2011 at 2:16 pm Permalink

      Yes this is the one in Myaree Wandering Gourmet. I believe they change owners a couple of years ago ; )


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