15, Jalan Mesui
Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur 50200

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm


12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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Treat your besties to a delicious meal at this trendy restaurant in the heart of KL. Burpple Joey Tin loves that you can get both Korean barbecue and Japanese dishes here, and recommends getting the BBQ Combo 01 (RM68) that features meats including Australian beef and spicy octopus. The sweet-salty Miso Grilled Eggplant (RM16.80) and the crunchy Tori Garlic (chicken karaage, RM16.80) with mustard garlic sauce are noteworthy side dishes. Sip on refreshing sake cocktails — the Sake Yuzu (RM26) and Sake Asamboi (RM26) are crowd-pleasers!
Photo by Burppler Joey Tin

This place reminds me of the neon lit manga cartoon and everything is refreshing here, the concept and deco which is totally a cliche with its name.

Love it. Not a Korean food fan but would come again for the drinks and the good vibes and service.

Back here again for awesome cocktail. Today featuring a new blend, suntory gula melaka. Gula melaka was a very sweet ingredient in food, mint was being added to refresh the blend to be easily drinkable. Overall, I will still prefer Suntory Lover as opposed to its brother Suntory Gula Melaka. Price: RM36 before tax, Food: 8/10

Here again bringing my besties to this extraordinary food place. Kimchi soup chilies to salt ratio are having chilies on the higher side, so it was less salty. I personally would like the salty part to be higher to balance out chilies flavor. Price: RM22.80 before tax, Food: 7/10

If you’re a big fan of Korean BBQ, and you’re also craving for Japanese cuisines, here at Super Boring Club they’ve got you covered.

This place serves fancy Korean-Japanese fusion cuisines, which Korean BBQ actually tasted very authentic and guess what? We had BBQ with Sake cocktails instead of the normal Soju (Korean tradition) which I think was actually quite interesting. Some authentic ala-carte Korean dishes were also given a different vibe. It is authentic but it doesn’t actually taste like the original. It just excites our tastebud in short.

p/s : Try this for yourself and tell me your experience. Full post on this place, is up on my Instagram

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Quite reasonable at RM35.20, the Australian beef goes well with the sweet sesame sauce. Most interesting thing was the salted egg chawanmushi which was delish. All in all, a flavourful lunch.