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Telephone
03-8062 1203
Good For
Private Party
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 15:00
17:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
17:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Smoking Section
Signature Dishes
Ginseng Chicken Soup Korean BBQ Special Saeng-deung-shim
Review (18)
Daorae has the cheapest and most worth it Korean food ever. So we came here since we are on low budget. As usual, my friend ordered the Tofu Kimchi Soup (RM 20). This time it was a bit oily but still ok. There was a lot of onions. The portion was also much more than the Korean place at One Subang. I ordered the fish pollack soup (RM 20), my first time having fish in my whole Korean food experience in my whole life. The fish pollack actually turned out to be dried fish or what the chinese would call salty fish. But it was not salty at all. The fish was very fresh too and quite tasty, except dried fish did not suit my pallate much as I prefer the normal fish or raw Japanese sashimi. The soup had just kimchi cabbage with the fish and Japanese bean sprouts. The bean sprouts were so fat and fresh. The outcome of the soup was a smooth taste. Each set comes with a bowl of Korean rice which would otherwise cost RM 5 if ordered separately. The barley wheat tea is free here. And every table has one tupperware of it. After the meal, each patron is served a cup of sweet drink. I did not like the taste as it was too sweet. There were 8 side dishes such as : 1. Radish Kimchi 2. The traditional cabbage kimchi3. Fishcake/Pancake - dislike 4. Spinach - OK, not oily5. Potato Slices with kimchi taste - quite ok6. Fresh fat bean sprouts - tasty 7. Mayonaise macaroni salad with cucumber slices - thank god the mayonaise was not as thick as the one at section 14 PJ8. Kacang Botol with Korean paste - the best and so freshThe place was so full of people that I saw a family waiting for a table outside the restaurant! I am definitely bringing my BFF here next time round. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-27
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I have said this so many times but I really think it is important for a Korean restaurant to have good side dishes. So what really disappoint me is that the sides weren’t charming anymore. I guess this happens when they’ve built such good reputations. My pupil dilated a bit when I see the beansprout. No more kongnamul, only sukjunamul. They used to have kongnamul…..The best way to experience banchan is through a Korean BBQ. And yet, accompanying our BBQ is some unattractive sides. Even the Kimchi didn’t taste that great like it used to before.Good thing the O-Jing-Er-So-Myun (sliced squid with assortment of vegetables stir-fried in spicy chili sauce, served with noodles) noodle was scrumptious although I wish they would be more generous with the seafood. But it tasted amazing while sharing with my friends. I really love how Korean meals enhance the communal feel on the Korean dinner table. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-18
36 views
saya pernah berkesempatan singgah makan di sini suatu ketika dahulu.......apa yang paling saya gemari di sini ialah mee goreng... meskipun hidangannya serba ringkas sahaja,namun ia sangat lazat sekali... ia dibuat ala-ala basah dan sos pekat hitamnya amat jelas terasa sekali....sungguh pekat,asli dan amat lazat sekali... bahan-bahannya juga padat dan banyak. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-11
37 views
在这里,第一次尝试韩国清酒,嗅一嗅还蛮芬芳的味道,但喝起来比起日本清酒更呛,涩中带有甘甜的还算蛮不错的尝试,不过我劝那些喝不惯日本清酒的就不要尝试了,因为真的很呛,喝了几口我也有点不习惯了。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-16
15 views
You will be served various types of side dishes aka banchan whenever you dine in a Korean restaurant, just like appetizers and something to munch on while waiting for your main dishes to arrive. I visited on a Saturday and I was served with obligatory kimchi, par-boiled spinach, pancake, anchovies w/ peanuts, beansprouts, broccoli, black beans, fruit salad and radish kimchi. A bowl of seaweed soup and Korean rice tea were served as well. The kimchi tastes a little disappointing as it lacked spicy kick that it should have. Others tasted pretty much average. Seaweed soup was the best- served with just the right hot temperature, fragrant from the konbu and well seasoned with the addition of soft seaweed. I enjoyed that the most. continue reading
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