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We've pulled together our list of the best Korean eateries in the city centre.
If you're looking for somewhere to celebrate, or just want to tuck in to some delicious Korean food, look no further than these delicious eateries in the heart of the city.
Experience some great tasting 'Asian-infused' culinary delights on Lorne Street.
Serving up contemporary cuisine inspired by regions of Japan, Korea and China, Hello Beasty is a cult eatery on Auckland's waterfront.
Faro was established in 2009 and since then has attained a reputation for quality Korean cuisine in the heart of Auckland.
Head to Red Pig for mouthwatering Korean BBQ in the city centre's Aotea Arts Quarter.
There is a new hidden gem located on Fort Street and its called Seoul Night.
Hansik on Drake Street offers delicious and authentic Korean BBQ.
On the corner of Wellesley and Lorne Streets, this small kiosk often has a queue of people waiting to grab the cheap yet filling Korean style pancakes.
Pocha in Chancery Square caters to any occasion; whether to wind-down after a hard day's work, or to prepare for a big night out.
Snowman Cafe brings Korean style ice cream to Chancery Square. The eatery serves delicious shaved ice dessert bowls in a variety of flavours from red bean through to oreo!
Nol Bu Ne is a favourite amongst city centre locals with authentic Korean food at affordable prices.