Hungry for some Korean tapas, we decided to pop by Suda one evening and try our luck. We didn’t have a booking but managed to grab two seats by the window. Suda is a cozy little eatery and seems to be a popular casual hangout spot for couples and uni kids.
To start, we ordered the lotus root chips which was served with a side of spicy mayo. These were crunchy and not too oily, and generally was just a fun way to start us off. Next, we got four mini burgers: two of the mini korean BBQ burgers and two tofu kimchi burgers. The buns were a little bit of a letdown for $5 each as they were smaller than expected, but I did like that they held together really well. Both burgers were great in terms of taste and I was tempted to order more!
Seb was still peckish so he ordered the gorgonzola garlic pizza. I think that’s when I decided that tapas just wasn’t for me – it’s perfect for when I’m out drinking and want nibbles and don’t really care too much about how much I’m spending. However, it’s not something I personally see as worth it for what you pay for and how much it fills you up.
The overall service was friendly and the food didn’t take too long to come out. I think Suda is a place I would revisit in a bigger group but definitely not on an empty stomach.