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Korean BBQ Seoul Garden @ Kuchai Lama

When was the last time we stepped into a Korean restaurant for BBQ? Probably way back then before we even went to Glasgow.

We always look forward to Fridays. Weekend without any fuss from work is just so right. Well this doesn't include my OTs on weekend sometimes. And to give a toss to remind ourselves the joy of Fridays, we would come out with different plans to pamper ourselves. What else? Spell FOOD; and this time Korean.

I spotted this during our last visit to Nippy Noodle & decided to drop by right after hours of congested traffic from work. AiWei was our company for the night :)
We hungry people entered the restaurant and ordered fast.

Banchan was served first to build up our appetite.


It's definitely not complete with the sauces and fresh vege.


We just gotta have to BBQ & we had:
Sliced pork fatback - RM25
The melody of sizzling is what I love most. Aromatic and smokey pork cooking in front of us made us even hungrier. Ooo... my hair smells like BBQ all over. 


Pancake with green onion - RM25
Loaded with Kimchi, this portion was kinda huge for us. But still I enjoyed every bite though I can't stuff myself with more of this till the end. I would however still prefer my pancake with crispy edge, like the one at Ko-Hyang.


BibimBap in hotpot - RM18


Spicy Rice Cakes - RM15
Flavoursome and spicy!


Haemul Ra-Myen
Seafood Instant Noodle - RM13
I should have just shop at Isetan for packets of Korean noodles & seaweed.
But when the craving comes, you just gotta pay for it. 


Complimentary Steamed Egg

Verdict: We still prefer NakWon & Daorae if you put these few in comparison. However, the service was good and environment was pretty relaxing. Food was moderately good. Definitely a great place to chill and sit down for hours chit-chatting when you don't feel like heading home so fast after work :)

Seoul Garden

Korean BBQ Seoul Garden
2-1, Jalan Kuchai Maju 1,
Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park,
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 7984 2100


ai wei April 11, 2010 at 7:20 PM  

kakaka, i was about to post this soon. hmm, mayb take a break first. hehe :)

when's next??? i love friday (i meant the day) ^^

jason April 12, 2010 at 11:00 AM  

Was about to go and have Korean food in 1U yesterday but went to somewhere else. Hehe.

iamthewitch April 12, 2010 at 11:54 AM  

I miss the Korean food at Seoul! But this looks like a great alternative :)

choi yen April 12, 2010 at 2:36 PM  

I love Korean BBQ but it never a cheap meal, only can have once in a while~~

thule a.k.a leo April 12, 2010 at 7:02 PM  

but with Daorae, you have to order minimum 2 BBQ dishes :)

~Christine~Leng April 12, 2010 at 8:18 PM  

I need a break! monday blue here :(

when's your Korean spread then? hehe

haha. try Nak Won gal! I prefer their bbq there actually ;P

yea.. too often would be too much too. Meaty right.. ;P
but I still can't resist Korean banchan!

really? their portion that small? Can't really remember... haha

Selba April 12, 2010 at 8:28 PM  

Awwww... how I wish I could join you to eat all this yummy Korean food!

J2Kfm April 12, 2010 at 9:40 PM  

Seoul Garden has a few outlets in KL right?
Your post made me wanna eat Korean food also. Hmmm Pa Jeon....

Ken Wooi April 13, 2010 at 1:41 AM  

looking yummy! i rarely have korean food though.. haha.. =)

~Christine~Leng April 13, 2010 at 9:19 PM  

come join us! :)

what's your recommendation? :) any other nice Korean food we should go check out?

then it's time to try some! very appetizing :)

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