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Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Pork-free
Restaurant Website
http://www.bulgogibros.com.my/
Signature Dishes
Bulgogi Bibimbap Bulgogi Brothers Special Galbi Kkotsal Haemul Pajeon Kimchi Jjigae
Review (28)
Me and my boyfriend went ParadigmMall for shopping as my boyfriend wanted to buy clothes from Padini. Since itwas weekdays, most of the restaurant serves set lunch but we are attracted tothe Bulgogi Brothers Shared by Two Set. Bulgogi Brothers is located next to theTGIF. They offer varieties of Korean dishes and couple of people occupied therestaurant when we arrived around 2.45pm. The ambiance of the restaurant wascool and comfortable. They have indoor and outdoor seating area. We prefer toseat indoor as the weather was hot but in my opinion outdoor would be a perfectfor dinner. I ordered Dak Galbi Set (Shared by Two).Corn Tea was refreshing and theywrote Medical Benefits of it on the tag. The set includes of 2 Bowl Of Rice, 2 Drink, Refillable Side Dishes and Spicy Chicken Barbecue Set. Dak Galbi Set @ RM 29.90 Side dishes are good. Kimchi was spicy and tasty. Non-spicy lovers, be careful. My Boyfriend adds on 1 bowl of rice, as he was not full. Korean Rice @ RM 3.90Spicy Chicken Barbecue Set tasted spicy and flavorful with varieties of vegetables. We loved them especially the Soup!!It was perfect lunch for us before shopping. Delicious food in a good environment, friendly service and value for money especially set lunch.Service Charge: 10%GST: 6%Bulgogi Brothers RestaurantLot B 13&13 A, Ground Floor Paradigm MallJalan Kelana SS7/26A Kelana Jaya47301 Petaling JayaTel: 03- 7887 3541 continue reading
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I've tried numerous Korean BBQ restaurant in my whole life and only few left good impressions. Bulgogi Brothers is indeed an extraordinary one, not to mention the yummy and refillable banchan (side dishes) that contain of corn soup, kimchi, sweet lotus root, mashed pumpkins and yummy vegies, their main courses are beyond delicious too!Their must-try is Bulgogi Brothers Special (MYR 81.90) which is the combination of Unyang (beef patties) and Gwangyang (thinly sliced beef) that has been marinated and seasoned before served, another must try is Beef Bibimbap (MYR 29.90).The beef slices were so tasty and juicy, especially when wrapped together in fresh lettuce. Imagine the crunchy fresh lettuce with juicy beef inside plus, a secret explosion of special sauce, so yummy. Their Beef Bibimbap is really something too! Rice topped with beef bulgogi, raw egg yolk and vegies then mixed all at once with special sauce. Eat it while it's still hot, it's beyond delicious.A little bit pricey but it's worth the price. The portion of their food is quite big and enough for two persons. The staffs were so friendly and helpful too! They were so kind and patient no matter how many questions I've popped out, LOL. They also help in mixing and grilling for the best taste of the beef. continue reading
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For Bulgogi Brothers ala carte menu order, it will comes with 6 complimentary refillable side dishes of kimchi, spinach, radish, spiced water crest, sweet lotus root and mashed pumpkins. This seems to be the norm at any Korean restaurants, a tradition I think, ensuring every meal fills up the stomach fully. Our first dish off Bulgogi Brothers' new menu selection was the Sauteed Beef Wraps, or Sogogi Milssam in Korean. It looks colourful enough, enticing and encouraging me to make my own wrap. The dish consisted of naturally-coloured wheat flour pancake wraps to be filled with deliciously seasoned sauteed beef slices and crunchy julienned potato. I really like the taste of the sauteed beef here, as it was really savoury, bringing out the sweetness of the meat. Up next were the poultry dishes, coming in the form of the Crispy Tofu with Chicken and theCrispy Chicken with Leeks Salad. I found it interesting that both these dishes were a combination of chicken and healthy alternatives such as tofu and salad, a healthy dish indeed. The Crispy Tofu with Chicken was essentially fried tofu squares with beautifully marinated diced chicken in teriyaki sauce. Served with bean sprouts, the teriyaki sauce really sweetened the dish, just the way I like. The Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad features a platter of crispy chicken cubes with piquant chilli sauce atop fresh leeks in sweet fruit dressing. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-04
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what must you have when you are in Korean restaurant. Korean food will not be fulfill with a Bibimbab. Here they are the Haemul Bibimbab that comes with the combination of the spicy seafood and vegetables.Then, we mixed together all the ingridients. The bibimbab is well made and the rice and the combination is bringing me the appetizing meal too.Price: RM28.90 continue reading
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The Haemul Bibimbap sells at RM 28.90 and I do find this slightly a little pricey for the bibimbap range. The bibimbap is authentically rice mix with some meat and vegetable. Haemul bibimbap is rice mixed with vegetable and spicy seafood like prawns and squids served with seaweed soup.The Seoulsik bulgogi is recommended and the flavour was delightfully sweet from the beef marinated in their speacial bulgogi sauce made with apple and pear and served with glass noodles, enoki mushrooms, leeks and onions.Selling at RM 52.90, you can add on optional ingredients like rice cakes or glass noodle at some extra charges. Rice cake add on costs RM 3.50.The electrical stove made dining real clean and comfortable without the heat from conventional stove with fire.The Kimchi Jiggae is not served with pork as this is a halal place. Instead, they replace pork with beef. After all, the name of the restaurant tells it all. So expect lots of beef in the menu.Another ala carte meal would be the noodle choices. There are a few noodle dishes in the menu. Something that is simpler for a meal for one. The “party noodles” would be a good choice if looking for simple meal. Served in seafood broth and garnished with lots of vegetables at RM 17.90And like any other Korean restaurant, the tea is refillable.The restaurant offers a rather enjoyable dining atmosphere with dim yellow lights and polite staffs. Fully air conditioned indoor for non-smokers and a cooling outdoor space for smokers or anyone preferring some natural breeze. continue reading
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