Restaurant Red & Green

Woolloongabba

Restaurant Red and Green is an authentic Korean eatery, tucked away up on the 2nd floor of Woolloongabba’s Princess Plaza, dishing up budget lunch time fare and an all you can eat Korean BBQ buffet after 5.

Lunch specials under $10 range from cold noodles, hot soups, sizzling hotpots and rice dishes. Popular choices include chilled buckwheat noodles, Jeyuk Deopbap (spicy stir fried pork belly with rice), Kimchi Stew (traditional marinated cabbage, pork, tofu and vegetables), Yukgaejang (spicy seafood and soft tofu stew), and Bibimbap – a rice dish mixed with beef (Korean traditional marinated namul), vegetables and fried egg.

Restaurant Red and Green Woolloongabba

Less inexpensive but equally delicious dishes include spicy monkfish with soybean sprouts, tofu with stir-fried kimchi, napa wraps with slow-cooked pork belly and spicy seafood hotpot.

Restaurant Red and Green Woolloongabba

After 5pm, diners can feast on an all you can eat Korean BBQ buffet, cooked by customers with charcoal barbecues built into tables. Choose from pork belly, pork ribs, wagyu beef, beef brisket, teriyaki chicken, prawns, baby octopus and more to chargrill at your table; while traditional Korean side dishes include kimchi, stir-fried bok choy, spicy mixed cucumber and marinated bean sprouts. 

Restaurant Red and Green Woolloongabba

Red and Green is licensed and offers a range of Korean liquors like soju, black raspberry wine, plum liquor and rice whisky. The restaurant also stocks a good selection of imported and domestic bottled beers from Korean Kloud and Japanese Asahi to Australian VB and XXXX Gold.  

By Deb Lidster

Restaurant Red & Green

Shop 3F, 14 Annerley Rd

Woolloongabba

Tue-Sat 11-3pm

Daily 5-10pm

Licensed

3217 3188

Map

14 Annerley rd Woolloongabba

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