Lalalala, its Korean time!
Oppps, pardon me, I might have too much of Korean and Japanese food this round. But I just can’t help myself hunting after them.
After a long wait, these couples, KBCG and CC finally spared some times to me. We were supposed to hop over WOW Korean Chicken for fried chicken and beer. But they are closed on Sundays . With the help of a friend, we were introduced to this.
Mr. Lim Korean BBQ
Aside from steamboat like Steamboat Letien and Bone & Pot, what is great after the rain??? Call for Korean BBQ!!! Contunue Reading
Let’s the oink oink journey continues…
I hope I din overdose you guys with too much pork here. But I just can’t wait to share more of my porky journey and this is quite a new restaurant in KL.
So, this round, let’s follow me to explore the oink oink in Asian flavour. Contunue Reading
Alright, some backlog post today.
Well, no exactly a backlog post as I visited again not long ago.
Ahha, a new face has just shown up in my neighbourhood and it’s a rare face (Japanese food, I mean) that would pop up here. Kanpai Japanese BBQ & Bar shows up here as a second outlet of theirs after the first one in Seri Petaling, an izakaya style Japanese place that serves not only yakiniku and yakitori, but also much-alike-homemade style dishes such as bento, nabe, curry rice and udon.
Where for dinner with a breathtaking view in Putrajaya, overlooking the pretty-looking lighted up bridge?!
How about Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside this round?! Contunue Reading
Korean food is not just about kimchi, bibimbap, tteokbokki, and Korean barbeque. There are actually more than those – such as Dak Galbi and Samgyetang, these are also the popular dishes among the Koreans.
Samgyetang or literally translates as “ginseng chicken soup” is one of the specialties in Hong Park Sa, an authentic Korean restaurant that is located in the Ampang. Normally, Koreans consume this traditional dish in the summer for its nutrients, which is to replenish the energy and excessive sweating during the hot summers.
Just like the usual Korean restaurants, we were served with a variety of banchan before the main courses. The kimchi is served in a huge pot; just slice them into pieces – big or small based on your preference with the pair of scissors provided. Contunue Reading
Take a break from those stories and allow me to share my recent find with you guys – Yakiniku or simply known as grilled meat, or more likely the Japanese BBQ.
Gerai Makan Japanese BBQ 大众烧肉 is one of my good finds in Year 2011 (highly recommended by a choosy friend a.k.a. picky eater) after fire-y hot meal in Uncle Jang and the once-a-while-splurge in Shuraku. Want a place for sake and some grilled stuff but not ready for a splurge?! Perhaps, this could be in your list.