New Korean Cafe with a Unique Name Opens in Geebung

Geebung Cafe Un:Named Dining
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A unique name helps an establishment stand out from the competition. Amidst a handful of eateries in Geebung, a new Korean cafe with a trendy name could soon be on your list of favourites.



Cafe Un:named Dining launched on 20 Jan 2021 and it’s slowly proving to be more than just a restaurant with a remarkable name. Following its first week of trading, the restaurant soon changed its opening and closing hours to cater to more guests. 

It’s also set to become the locals’ top choice for the best Bibimbap. This warm bowl of steamed rice with sauteed vegetables, marinated beef, bean sprouts, gochujang (chilli paste) with fried eggs is already a crowd-drawer. It’s so flavourful and good that you’ll forget your own name! 

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The cafe also serves Bulgogi Rice,  Korean Sweet & Chilli Chicken, and choices of pasta and sandwiches. As a new business, Cafe Un:named Dining’s menu is simple and concise but you also need to try out their version of the croffle (croissant waffles) – it’s a good marriage of two breakfast hits. 

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Cafe Un:named Dining has a spacious outdoor area for guests with dogs. They also offer takeaway and delivery. 

Follow the store’s Facebook or Instagram for updates on new food to try and trading hours.



“This is a brand new business that has opened up within walking distance of my home. I thought I would give it a try with my wife for Valentine’s Day and to say I was impressed would be an understatement the food was lovely and fresh very well priced, service exceptional. So for anybody who lives in the area or surrounds and you want a nice cafe that is not overpriced and serves wonderful food then this is it.”

Steve Brown, Google Reviews

“A new cafe in Geebung.  Jayden – the staff member we spoke to, was very friendly & the food was delicious. We ate of the small, but lovely Korean menu. They have burgers & pasta also. Dog friendly outside. Open 7 days.”

Bne C Oliver, Facebook