No. 47, Jalan Austin Heights 8/3, Taman Mount Austin
Johor Bahru 81100

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Monday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:15pm

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Here is a little known fact: there's quite a large number of Koreans living in Malaysia. Not surprisingly, this means more than a few authentic Korean businesses have sprung up there too. For eg. "The K Style" a hip Korean hair salon in Johor Bahru's Bukit Indah that's owned and operated by Korean stylists, and this restaurant group called "Dong Seoul" with branches across the country that's owned by true blue Koreans. I swear the apron-wearing lady boss at the Sutera branch where we lunched at, looked like she'd just stepped out of a Korean movie or TV series. Specifically one of those who insists on feeding you with their tasty cooking till you have to roll away from the table.
Anyway, what's most important of all is that the food has to be delicious, and "Dong Seoul" more than met our expectations on that front.
Starting off our meal was a spread of thirteen (yes, thirteen!) "banchan" or side dishes. This was for two of us and they were all refillable! Special mention must go to the "kimchi" which was one of the tastiest and most flavourful we've ever had.
For grilling, we chose the beef prime rib (RM60) and the sliced pork belly (RM28). Both were excellent. The best part was the staff helped us to do the barbecuing too. I love it when that happens because I can then focus on the eating.
Besides the meats, we had the seafood pancake (RM25) and seaweed soup (RM15). Thick, soft and chewy, the large pancake had a decent amount of seafood and chives in it. The seaweed soup billowed with steam when it arrived at our table in its cast iron pot. Besides masses of seaweed, it contained mussels, clams and small de-shelled prawns - all of which contributed to a light and clear briny sweetness.
We left the restaurant very satisfied.

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And they are refillable too 😄 #banchan #koreansidedishes #dongseoul #johordining #burpple

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Korean BBQ and kimchi soup as dinner.

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