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Telephone
03-2287 2981
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Smoking Section
Signature Dishes
Dengjang Chigye Dolsot Bibimbab Dolsot Bibimbap Kim Chi Jji Gae Seafood Udon
Review (2)
Level4 2016-01-02
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We were doing a lot of shopping at the International Food Convention at Mid Valley Convention Centre when we finally had time for lunch. We had lunch at Gogung Korean Restaurant which serves delicious food at affordable price and wonderful quiet ambience.We ordered the Kimchi Jeon beef soup with rice set. There are 5 Banchans consisting of spinach, preserved white fungus, ladies fingers, the ubiquitious kimchi and bean sprouts.The Kimchi soup has straw mushrooms inside and also tofu, my favourite glass noodles, egg and mushrooms. The soup is so thick and tasty, simply superb!We also ordered the Yuk Gae Jjang (RM 24) which is the best Korean Pancake ever. I specially requested for it to be super spicy. Amongst all the Korean Pancakes I have tried, this is admittedly THE BEST.The Green Tea (RM 9) for 2 pax is quite tasty, clear and smooth.I wonder why every time I come here, there were not many people but the food is quite reasonably priced. Probably because of the misconception that the restaurants here look expensive.Restaurant Details:Go-Gung Korean Restaurant (managed by Koryo-Won)Lot 212, Level 3,The Gardens, Mid Valley CityGPS Coordinates: N3 07.145 E101 40.538Tel: 03 2287 2981 continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-07
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Why did it take so long for us to visit this place? It's now one of our top-rated outlets at the Gardens _ everything from the food to the service is fabulous. The lip-smacking array of appetisers was only a foretaste of the pleasures ahead. Beef sashimi with sesame oil, nuts, raw egg and pears. Not much healthier than a steak, but it tasted refreshingly divine. The interplay of flavours and textures _ sweet, tender meat vs. crunchy pears and nuts _ was heavenly. Glutinous noodles in beef stock soup. The only kind of soup that I'd eat cold. BBQ duck breast meat with Korean traditional herbs. Succulent and smokey. Bi Bim Bap, wonderfully fluffy steamed rice mixed with veggies, beef, egg, chilli paste and sesame oil. My favorite for the evening. So addictive. Bul Go Gi, comprising tender marinated slices of beef with fresh mixed veggies. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)