Se Jong Korean BBQ Buffet, Campsie


  • Korean lunch buffet by day, Korean BBQ by night.
  • I’ve only explored the daytime all you can eat option and it’s definitely preferable to RSL buffets.
  • The selection of food is relatively small but there’s still a good scattering of food categories e.g. dumplings, sushi, salads, soups, stir fries, noodle dishes, rice, prawns, etc.
  • My approach to buffets is to go in waves.
  • The first wave is all about trying out a little bit of everything that looks/sounds appealing.
  • Once you’ve worked out which dishes you like, subsequent waves are about eating more of the tasty things.
  • I rather enjoyed the broccoli that was in the mixed seafood dish, as well as thinly sliced beef that was stewed with a bit of onion and carrots.
  • There was only one type of sushi (tuna with cucumber) but it was nice enough to be included in all of my three waves.
  • Their dessert selection is pretty much non-existent but the amount of food that gets consumed during the main meal more or less negates the need for dessert anyway.
  • On a side note, I approve of the size of their plates – not massive, which should cut down on people piling their plates as high as possible and then only finishing half.
  • All in all, there’s bound to be something edible for everyone so¬†Se Jong Korean BBQ Buffet is not a bad spot to head to for lunch every once in a while.

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