Stra Heajanggug is one of those Korean restaurants that we like to frequent. It’s just a few minutes walk from Strathfield train station so it’s very convenient whenever we are in Koreatown. They consider themselves a traditional Korean restaurant as they offer dishes that remind you of home-cooked meals in Korea.
We’ve dined here a few times and here are some of the dishes we’ve tried:
Steamed Jokbal or steamed pig’s feet. Lightly seasoned with salt, pepper and spices, topped with salad. Jokbal is one of Korea’s famous appetizers, street food and accompaniment to alcoholic drinks such as Soju. The pig’s feet were sliced thinly and very tender. We’ve only had this once in order to experience the taste of Jokbal and wouldn’t mind eating it once in a while.
Kimchi, Tofu & Pork Soup. Not for the faint-hearted. Very spicy; the kind of hot I like. The kind of hot that’s comforting during cold nights.
Beef Ribs Soup. The beef was so tender that it almost fell off the bone! The soup had a balanced flavour of sweet and salty. This is my favourite Beef Ribs Soup to date. Some nights, we only come back just to have a bowl of this.
Stra Heajanggug feels like home to us. From the simple but cozy ambience of the restaurant, the Korean Dramas they play on TV, the promptness of the staff and of course, the delicious food they serve.
Shop 28/45-47, The Boulevard
Strathfield NSW 2135
Phone: 02 9746 7500