From left: Fried chicken; Makgeolli cocktail

The Little Han pop-up is back this month, bringing a taste of Korean street food to Parnell

Parnell restaurant Han is well-known for its delicious, modern Korean fare, and to celebrate its third anniversary the eatery is once again holding its Little Han pop-up for us all to enjoy.

Following the success of Han’s previous pop-ups, Little Han will be occurring every Tuesday during September from today, the 8th. While Han’s regular menu offers a variety of Korean classics like Bibimbap, Bossam (slow-cooked pork belly) and Korean BBQ, Little Han centres around Korean street food — a nod to Han owners Min Baek and Grace Kwon’s roots in the New Zealand culinary scene as the founders of Uni-Ko food truck.

From left: K-Tacos; Fish cake

Diners can expect a selection of ‘K-Tacos’, a delightful mash-up of cuisines comprising the likes of a beef bulgogi taco, Korean fried chicken taco and crispy tofu taco. A house-made traditional fish cake arrives on a stick, slathered in tomato sauce, mustard and smoked cheddar, and for anyone who has seen the film Parasite, Little Han’s Chapaguri — black noodles with grilled eye fillet on the top — pays homage to Bong Joon-ho’s acclaimed movie.

Elsewhere on the menu, pop-up punters will find Bindae tteok — a mungbean, pork and kimchi pancake with an umami soy sauce — free range chicken skewers, sashimi salad and a range of Han’s ever-popular fried and marinaded chicken.

Wash the fried delights down with a special Makgeolli cocktail, made with a traditionally fermented rice spirit.

From left: Free range chicken skewers and fried chicken; Bindae tteok

Seeing as limited spaces are available due to social distancing, we recommend booking in quick for what’s bound to be a fun and fresh taste of Little Han’s Korean street food.

Little Han Korean Street Food Pop-Up — September 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th
100 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland (inside ‘The Rise’ Building)

Gastronomy


new

This new hole-in-the-wall is serving some of the tastiest, most authentic tacos in town

new

Feeling fancy? The new Park Hyatt’s afternoon tea turns traditional high tea on its head

Church Road celebrates 25 years of TOM winemaking with its exquisite new release