Perth Kimchi

Posted December 29th, 2009 in Perth WA 5 Comments »

This kimchi shop opened its door just one month ago in Myaree.  Although the shop is new, customers keep coming back to buy the fresh delicious home-made kimchi.

Kimchi is traditional Korean pickled dishes made of vegetables with varied seasonings.  The most common kimchi is the spicy Chinese cabbage variety.  Cucumber and daikon radish are also popular kinds.  Kimchi is eaten as it is as a side dish to steamed rice, but is also used as an ingredient to make some of the delicious Korean dishes, such as kimchi friend rice, kimchi jigae (kimchi soup/ steam board), topping on bibinba or Korean cold noodle.  

I love kimchi, it’s a great accompaniment to a beer 🙂  

She gave me a free sample, and I really loved her kimchi!  Very fresh, unlike those packaged kimchi you see in grocery shops.  There are some unique kimuchi such as squid kimuchi as well.  (see my dinner photo)  She, the owner, is from Busan, South Korea, and she makes her kimchi everyday at the shop.  No wonder the kimchi is so fresh.

Plus, Korean BBQ dish, Bulgogi (beef and pork) is also available there.  You may need to go there in the morning as this item is very popular 🙂

This shop opens 6days a week, from Monday to Saturday, 9:00 to 18:00.  If you like this spicy Korean pickles why not try some?

37 Hulme Court, Myaree WA 6154 /  (08) 9317 8688

5 Comments on “Perth Kimchi”

  1. 1 kimchi store - Perth Street Bikes said at 9:10 pm on February 3rd, 2010:

    Was pretty cheap at less than 20 bucks for the 3kgs.

  2. 2 Megan said at 10:35 am on March 4th, 2010:

    Wow! Thank you for positing this. I didn’t think I would be able to find any info on this shop online. I saw the shop when I was dining at one of the restaurants in Hulme Court. How lucky are we to have a kimchi shop in our neighbourhood?

  3. 3 umepontarou said at 1:03 pm on March 4th, 2010:


    I agree! The shop owner is so nice person too 🙂
    Now we can get fresh kimuchi anytime ♪

  4. 4 Ying said at 3:58 pm on April 8th, 2012:

    is this shop still at myaree? Did they move?

  5. 5 umepontarou said at 8:52 am on April 9th, 2012:

    Hi Ying,

    Yes the shop is still in Myaree 🙂 It’s located in the Hulme Court, around Sunday Everyday and Yee Seng Oriental.

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