03 7957 2181
Opening Hours
Tue.-Sun. 12:00-15:00 (Lunch) Tue.-Sun. 18:00-22:00 (Dinner) Close on Monday
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Signature Dishes
Bulgogi Jung Sik Sou Chicken Nambang Dol Sot Bibim Bap Kim Chi Jigae
Review (16)
Novice Gourmet 2014-01-16
I have never had herbal chicken in Korea but this herbal chicken really tastes GOOD. This is a half-chicken set with a little bit rice inside. There is a full chicken set as well. The soup is really so good and achieving what I expect. Its taste can remain on the taste bud for a long time. It is sufficiently fulfilling, but if you can eat more, order a rice and eat with this yummy soup continue reading
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Novice Gourmet 2014-01-16
This restaurant is really similar to the those in Korea! Awesome. I ordered Kimchi Chigeh ( Kimchi Soup with rice). This one is quite similar to the one I have in Korea. It has always been my favourite Korea Food. This Kimchi Chigeh doesn't fail me. Its taste is GOOD although it is quite spicy for me! Highly recommended! continue reading
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I have always liked vintage items but funny how Amcorp Mall, the one with flea market of collectibles and antiques had skipped my mind. Together with Jason, we explored this treasure land on a weekend and stopped by for lunch at Haeun Khon, a small restaurant on the third floor that deemed to serve one of the most affordable Korean food in town.Kim Chi Jjikeh (Boiled Kim Chi Soup) 韩国泡菜汤 RM15.90Isn’t kimchi a must whenever we go for Korean food? This came in generous portion of enoki mushrooms, tofu, glass noodle, chicken and napa cabbage.To tell the truth, I only began to accept Kim Chi after the trip to Korea due to their perfect balance between spiciness, sourness and mild burning sensation. Unlike my other friends that commented on how this is the best Kimchi they had or how the flavor stood out from others, I couldn’t feel anything but the burning sensation on my throat that was so much stronger than the spiciness and sourness I could taste from this stew of fermented vegetables soup. I stopped after a few scoops and even Jason struggled to finish this off. Side Dishes of Kim Chi (Napa Cabbage), Dried Anchovies and Chilled Tofu with Diced ChiliesThe side dishes are non-refillable which is against the norm of Korean restaurants. Still, the portion of main dish is big enough to ask for second helping of these side dishes. SamGyeTang (Korean Ginseng Chicken) 参鸡汤 RM17.90 for half chickenAnother piping hot soup in stew: Ginseng, jujube (red date) and glutinous rice beneath the spring chicken. The chicken meat was tender enough to fall off the bone by its own and I must say for that instance, this tiny restaurant was filled with none other but fragrant of these herbs. It very much resembles Chinese herbal soup. I still miss the samgyetang I had back then of thick and creamy texture of chicken broth along with a small complimentary cup of insamju (ginseng wine). Yet, one can’t complain as that would easily cost double of what Haeun Khon offers.In contrary with what others might think of the lack-of-smile service, I find them to be more or less friendly. Perhaps it was the after peak lunch hour of our visit. Haeun Khon is definitely one of the cheaper alternatives for Korean food but I doubt if it can be crowned the best. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)