Korean Food In KL

Korean Food In KL

Featuring Shinmapo Korean BBQ (The Gardens Mall), Hansang (Pavilion Elite)
Junior How Ka Chung
Junior How Ka Chung

Sundubu Jjigae, or known as korean spicy soft tofu stew, made with freshly curdled soft tofu and vegetables. Was ordered this in a set, with three side course and rice, with only RM16.90. Was quite cheap to me as the portion is big, plus the side dishes are able to refill for free, just like the other Korean restaurant. It's not really that spicy for the normal tofu stew, spicy level is 2 out of 5.

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A not so expensive korean restaurant that located at Pavilion Elite 8th floor, next to Nam Heong. It might be a little quiet, but their food is good, as most importantly, their price is quite affordable. Kimbab (RM6.40) with 5pcs. As usual, their kimbab is big and when you bite half way, the rest might just separated from the main pieces. But it is good tho, not that oily, plus the sesame have make it nice and tasty, good for a pre-lunch.

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They claimed themselves as Korea's No. 1 BBQ restaurant which having more than 500 BBQ restaurant worldwide with more than 430 outlets in Korea. The first outlet was at ground floor, SS15 Courtyard, and their second outlet is located at level three in The Gardens Mall. To be specific, their shop is just located next to Sushi Zanmai and in front of Moo Cow. Food in frame: Ultimate Set D (RM128) BBQ set that meant for 2-4 pax, which included 200g of Pork Skirt Meat (Spicy), 200g of Pork Belly, 200g of Marinated Pork Collar, a piece of Marinated Pork Skin, Mixed Grilled Platter, Army Stew, Side Dishes and Signature Kimchi Egg Crust. The portion of food is quite generous. Love the taste of pork skirt meat. Although it labeled with the spicy sign on the menu, however the spicy level is still able to handle. Not a fans of army stew due to the common korean restaurant in kl usually served with much spicier as I thought but this one is acceptable. On the side note, do remember to finish the cheese to avoid over cooked and become texture like eggs. Other than that, we also ordered Volcano Fried Rice (add ons RM25) which is really tasty, especially the eggs that surrounds around the fried rice. And also, they are serving delicious makgeolli (rice wine), soju (contain alcohol) and various of drinks. Visited on Sunday and its full house from 1pm-2pm. If you prefer less crowded dining experience, weekdays might be a wise choice.

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I eat what I saw. 🤗

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