Korean Chinese Restaurant which offers sumptuous dinner if you opt for Korean cuisine.
We celebrated at a Korean restaurant this time. This restaurant is located at Ampang and it was our 2nd time visiting the same restaurant together. The last time we visited was back in 2006 on my birthday.
Absolute variety of Kim Chi
Look at the amount of Kim Chi being served to us. You can refill it for free. If not mistaken, I asked for tofu 3 times!
The uncooked Korean Bulgogi when it was served.
This is how the Korean Bulgogi looked when it is uncooked and served on our table. Bulgogi is one of the Korean’s most popular beef dishes. As you can see from the picture, thinly sliced sirloin is marinated with a mixture of soy sauce and mixed with sliced onions plus whole clove of garlic. Looks like minced pork, right?
Steamy Hot Yummylicious Bulgogi
Oh my. My saliva is dropping onto the keyboard. This is my beloved and favourite Korean dish. Bulgogi literally means “Fire Meat” in Korean.
This dish is served with a side of lettuce, which is used to wrap a slice of cooked meat, or other side dishes, and then eaten as a whole. Yes, like how I wrap my Bulgogi with the lettuce.
I’m loving it!
The Bill comes up to about RM101.20 inclusive of service charge and government tax. I think it is reasonable for all the great food that you can munch all night long.
When it comes to eating, nothing can stop me from devouring every dish which I deem as worthy and yummylicious. So tell me, any good Korean restaurants which you can recommend me to try on their Bulgogi?
Now that is when I say AMEN to good food!