Friday, April 23, 2010

Korean BBQ Seoul Garden @ Kuchai Entrepeuners Park

I love Fridays, always, as i get to hang out with my Makan Kaki for some real food and chilling out after some tough weekdays.

Kuchai Entrepreneur Park for its well known blooming food hub has now become our choice for food exploring.


We chose to have some Korean delights, fix our tummies with some sourish kick kimchi, DdukBboggi and some grilled meat! Therefore, we had our dinner at Seoul Garden.



The variety of Ban Chan with unlimited refills.



Samgyeop-sal (RM 15) - sliced pork fatback was something we longed for.


The lady will help you to do the grilling part. you can just sit back and enjoy your food while she is doing her task.




Bibimbap in hot pot (RM 18)


Haemul Ra-myen (RM 13) had nothing to shout about. It was just the Korean instant noodles with some added-in prawn and seaweeds. We can simply purchase the instant noodles and make this at home.


Dduk-Bboggi (RM 15) was best to have it when it is still warm. She was too impatience to fork in the chewy rich cake while he was still busy paparazzi-ing it


Kimchi-jeon (RM 25) the kimchi pancake made in a thicker batter. It seems to be our tradition to have the pancake every time when we dine in Korean restaurant.


Ohh, we got a complementary steamed egg in hot pot :)

Tastewise: they prefer NakWon to this. and i do love Daorae's BBQ stuff than here. The services provided were very good and attentive. besides that, it was quite comfortable to sit down for a chit chat and hang out and enjoy the food with friends and family.

Korean BBQ Seoul Garden
2-1, Jalan Kuchai Maju 1,
Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-79842100

More review:
Brought up 2 Share


iamthewitch said...

I miss Korean food! Dduki boggi!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

theres a daorae just a couple minutes from there at sri petaling! opened a couple of weeks ago

Pete said...

lots of nice food aorund this area. Missed Korean BBQ!

Anonymous said...

Can I have a slice of Dduk-Bboggi? It must taste very good:)

Oh? this Haemul Ra-myen really doesn't worth RM13 :x

choi yen said...

The pancake was too thick for my liking,I prefer crispier version :)

ai wei said...

korean food in korea must be very very yummy, hor? i wanna go there so much

izzit??? now i dun have to travel so far for daorae d. thanksss! ^^

yep, there are lots more to find out at this area.

agree, that instant ramen darn exp!!! i think we din notice the word 'instant' when we ordered that :(

me too... theirs thicker and very filling

Ann Flower said...

Your blog looks superyummy with wonderful picture of dishes. It was nice going through your blog. keep on posting.

Jean said...

I love korean food!!!

Jialing said...

Oh.. Long time haven't eaten Korean food. The food here taste so-so only ah?

Ciki said...

the dolls are so cute.. the food so yarmie.. i want!

Simon Seow said...

It's been a while I haven't eat Korean. I wanted to try the new Korean restaurant opened in Desa Park City about 2 months ago, still haven't have a chance yet sigh.

xin said...

OMG I WANT T____T missing korean food already!!!!!

Swee San said...

wow it looks yum!! looking for a korean bbq place, but this one is so so so far away :cries

Canada flower shops said...

Hey great stuff, thank you for sharing this useful information and i will let know my friends as well.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...