New Arirang Asian Cafe Opens at Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Joondalup
Residents of Joondalup and students at Edith Cowan University will soon be able to enjoy a new Asian cafe located at the university campus. Arirang Australia, a Perth institution in Korean cuisine has been in operation since 1999 and in collaboration with ECU is set to offer a range of fresh and healthy Asian dishes including the Korean dish Bibimbap at its newest cafe venue.
COO of Arirang Australia, Daniel Yu said that the new store will not only give the staff and students of ECU an Asian meal option but that it will also provide job opportunities for students.
“We are delighted to be opening up our 5th outlet here at ECU, Korean food has really grown over the past few years and the interest in Korean culture is strongest among students.”
“We have been in Perth for almost 20 years and over that time we have seen the community learn more about Korean cuisine so we are really excited to be able to offer some great Korean dishes such as our signature dish Bibimbap here in Joondalup”
Bibimbap which stands for mixed rice in Korean is a complete nutritious meal in a bowl with assorted vegetables and meat, arranged on rice and mixed through with sauce and an egg on top. It’s a popular Korean dish with over 200 varieties.
The new Asian cafe will also feature dishes from Japanese and Chinese cuisine including Udon, Sushi and also Bubble Tea.
Arirang Asian Cafe will open its door during orientation at ECU Joondalup Campus, with the grand opening on Sunday July 17, 2016 to tie in with ECU’s open day events.