Singapore’s No 1 Korean Fried Chicken has now landed in Subang Jaya, bringing the fun yet authentic Korean dishes to us. Just like what’s on their name, this is the place for chicken and definitely beer too, to complete the chimaek (chicken+beer) experience. Chicken Up has quite a long history, established in Singapore in year 2010, and it has now expanded from the home country.
With over 500 outlets all over the world. Shinmapo, the Korea’s No. 1 BBQ Restaurant is now in The Gardens Mall after their first outlet in SS15 Courtyard Malaysia. This has drawn my attention over here due to the good and promising reviews I have read through many blogs and also for the love of the Korean bbq meat to go with garlic and kimchi wrapped up with the piece of fresh lettuce. Pricewise, it is considered affordable for the mall standard. So, I suggested a Christmas celebration here with the colleagues last year.
Shinmapo Korean BBQ Restaurant
If you were bored with the just the limited choice of BBQ pork that I have posted earlier, here is another one I would like to recommend.
Duk Soo Ne
The lively Solaris Mont Kiara is now the Korean hub, with a lot of Korean eateries, be it BBQ or modern or authentic Korean Retaurant, they are just mushroomed over the area, such as Sae Ma Eul, Gogi King, Palsaik, Gangnam 88, Café Bene… and etc.
Now the latest trend of Korean eating is Eat-All-You-Can type. And here you get the unlimited refills of BBQ Pork at just Rm 29.99. Yes, hear it, it is just Rm 29.99 per pax at
Too much of Chinese food feast?! Guess it is time to freshen up the taste buds and give a break to the stomach from Chinese food.
There has been hype on the Korean BBQ with cheese dip at a side for quite some times and I have yet to try it on. Glad to have the bff(s) around, together with her drinking partner, we checked out this place that people has been talking about.
Fried chicken. Beer. Cheon Song Yi (the main character in the popular K-drama My Love from The Star)
Yeahhh, this was last week’s story. A small gathering with the BFFs. And we had it in Cheon Song Yi’s style, except we substituted the beer with something else.
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Continue with my overdosed weekend, with the BFFs, this is an impromptu plan to revisit this sweet Korean café in Plaza Damas. After our lunch at Uokatsu (my favourite place for homey Japanese food), we checked out around for coffee and finally settled down at this place.
Like Mom Korean Cafe
Fried chicken and beer again. Anyone??? It’s in KL this round!!!