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Thin noodles in clear broth was my choice. 먹다 / EAT in Korean! cravings for korean food and we had so much. Was grateful to end the meal with small little treats from the Korean lady after dinner tonight 😁 little did I know it was also Mid Autumn festival for them !First time trying on these songpyeon (송편) which are small half-moon shaped rice cakes (tteok) filled with sweet peanut fillings ❤️💕 What a good Sunday night 🌝🌛🌜
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Thin noodles in clear broth was my choice. 
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먹다 / EAT in Korean! 

cravings for korean food and we had so much.

Was grateful to end the meal with small little treats from the Korean lady after dinner tonight 😁 little did I know it was also Mid Autumn festival for them !
First time trying on these songpyeon (송편) which are small half-moon shaped rice cakes (tteok) filled with sweet peanut fillings ❤️💕 What a good Sunday night 🌝🌛🌜
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2013-09-20 226 views
Oiso Korean Traidition Cuisine & Café ,The moment I steps in, the environment and the interior makes me feel like a home, very nice interior and friendly staff with the nice korean food course and here the price is very reasonable RM 16.90 for set lunch of chicken set. this portion is really enough for one person and they served hot in a hot plate and in korean cuisine they give unlimited side dishes which i like the most is the kimchi
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Oiso Korean Traidition Cuisine & Café ,The moment I steps in, the environment and the interior makes me feel like a home, very nice interior and friendly staff with the nice korean food course and here the price is very reasonable RM 16.90 for set lunch of chicken set. this portion is really enough for one person and they served hot in a hot plate and in korean cuisine they give unlimited side dishes which i like the most is the kimchi
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2013-07-08
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2013-08-16 165 views
Vegetable SoupFor this fare, it is a bit extraordinary as this is my first time having such soup at Oiso. Usually, they would serve my favourite tasty kelps soup. But that is the other two outlets I suppose. This soup comes in a cutesy ceramic bowl with vegetables that resembles cabbage. It is sweet and soft, after being boiled for some time. To some extent, it does remind me of the dried vegetables that are often used by Chinese to cook soup with pork bones, which is nice too! But of course, th
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Vegetable Soup

For this fare, it is a bit extraordinary as this is my first time having such soup at Oiso. Usually, they would serve my favourite tasty kelps soup. But that is the other two outlets I suppose. This soup comes in a cutesy ceramic bowl with vegetables that resembles cabbage. It is sweet and soft, after being boiled for some time. To some extent, it does remind me of the dried vegetables that are often used by Chinese to cook soup with pork bones, which is nice too! But of course, this Korean eatery is halal, so got to be pork-free
Nevertheless, the soup is still sumptuous in whetting your palate in a different way
I usually would ask as for a second round
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Jap ChaeThe other Korean dish that always stays close to my heart is Jap Chae. It is a plate of colourful dish made of glass noodles, fishcakes, carrot, slices of capsicums and others, that is woofed up in a soy sauce seasoning. I actually love Korean glass noodles more for it is much springier, thus better texture compare to local ones. When it is stir-fried with simple condiments, alluring aroma is what you would be expected that is good enough to make you go drooling Just that it could be ta
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Jap Chae

The other Korean dish that always stays close to my heart is Jap Chae. It is a plate of colourful dish made of glass noodles, fishcakes, carrot, slices of capsicums and others, that is woofed up in a soy sauce seasoning. I actually love Korean glass noodles more for it is much springier, thus better texture compare to local ones. When it is stir-fried with simple condiments, alluring aroma is what you would be expected that is good enough to make you go drooling
Just that it could be tad oily at times as it need slightly more fluid to prevent it from sticking to the wok during sautéing process. So you could actually pair it with lots of greens like spring onions to reduce the oiliness. Other than that, it is still very good to go! ^__^
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Sundubu JigaeNo longer aliens to many of us is the delicious Sundubu Jigae. Comes in a piping dolsot or hot bowl, holds this seemingly fiery soup. Fret not as it is actually not too spicy This appetizing soup is cooked with soft tofu, seafood, egg, cucumber, enoki mushroom and many more. Sourness is part of the expectation with the companion of kimchi to enhance the flavor. The level of hotness is tolerable and best eaten with a bowl of white rice. Simple and wholesomely done!
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No longer aliens to many of us is the delicious Sundubu Jigae. Comes in a piping dolsot or hot bowl, holds this seemingly fiery soup. Fret not as it is actually not too spicy
This appetizing soup is cooked with soft tofu, seafood, egg, cucumber, enoki mushroom and many more. Sourness is part of the expectation with the companion of kimchi to enhance the flavor. The level of hotness is tolerable and best eaten with a bowl of white rice. Simple and wholesomely done!
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Korean Rice WineThis time round officially marks my maiden experience trying the Korean Rice Wine Bearing the bold name of Kooksoondang in a medium tall green bottle, this Draft Makkoli surely is unique in its own. Now only am attracted to it firstly by the innocently milky colour, it is actually pretty smooth during the earlier sips as compared to the rougher experience with the other booze. You would be able to sense the mild fragrance of the rice amidst the fermented wine. This drink is best
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This time round officially marks my maiden experience trying the Korean Rice Wine
Bearing the bold name of Kooksoondang in a medium tall green bottle, this Draft Makkoli surely is unique in its own. Now only am attracted to it firstly by the innocently milky colour, it is actually pretty smooth during the earlier sips as compared to the rougher experience with the other booze. You would be able to sense the mild fragrance of the rice amidst the fermented wine. This drink is best served when chilled, which after consumption, one might be experiencing some gaseous aftereffect.
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2013-08-16 35 views
This is the second outlet of Oiso, my favourite Korean casual dining place. I always enjoy the warmth and hospitality by this eatery. As time passes by, it expands its business quite swiftly and now into the second outlet located at Leisure Mall.This time round the design is bit different from the pioneer one at The Sphere, where it comes in a more chic and futuristic design. With its bright and round orangey stand, the restaurant is located comfortably at he middle of the floor where it is quit
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This is the second outlet of Oiso, my favourite Korean casual dining place. I always enjoy the warmth and hospitality by this eatery. As time passes by, it expands its business quite swiftly and now into the second outlet located at Leisure Mall.
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This time round the design is bit different from the pioneer one at The Sphere, where it comes in a more chic and futuristic design. With its bright and round orangey stand, the restaurant is located comfortably at he middle of the floor where it is quite spacious. Comes with lively hues, it is decorated with some artificial trees to help liven up the atmosphere. Apparently, the owner of this chain is the friend of the first owner’s outlet
They are both equally friendly and always attentive.
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Before main meal is served, ban chan would arrived first to warm up your tummy first as usual. Aside from the staple Kimchi, I particularly enjoy its stir fried spinach. It is very crisp and rich in sesame flavor. I guess adequate amount of sesame oil must have been added in order to prepare such a pleasant hors d'oeuvre.
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2013-08-15 94 views
Oiso Korean Traidition Cuisine & Café is located at bangsar south and parking is here good to find and easy and not much people dine in. here i bought the voucher online to enjoy the food here at the ala carte menu with 50% discount and really worth the value . the egg roll like korean style is not spicy with little tomato taste and very soft texture of the hot served roll.
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Oiso Korean Traidition Cuisine & Café is located at bangsar south and parking is here good to find and easy and not much people dine in. here i bought the voucher online to enjoy the food here at the ala carte menu with 50% discount and really worth the value . the egg roll like korean style is not spicy with little tomato taste and very soft texture of the hot served roll.
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2013-03-11 43 views
Jeju-Island Tangerine Juice Normally, it isn’t my style to have called in another round of drink, but this time, couldn’t resist and so, here we have Korean Tangerine Juice, all the way from Korea. From the appearance, it does looks like a glass of orange juice, even the aroma resembles it. But upon a sip, you would be able to differentiate it. This tangerine taste tend to have a much more fragrant citrusy flavor that are still strongly lingering around your taste bud after taste. The beverage
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Normally, it isn’t my style to have called in another round of drink, but this time, couldn’t resist and so, here we have Korean Tangerine Juice, all the way from Korea. From the appearance, it does looks like a glass of orange juice, even the aroma resembles it. But upon a sip, you would be able to differentiate it. This tangerine taste tend to have a much more fragrant citrusy flavor that are still strongly lingering around your taste bud after taste. The beverage is more concentrated than orange juice, just that it is not pulpy. Nevertheless, it does help to cool off the burning sensation of the taste bud after savoring the scrumptious Korea Seafood-cum-Kimchi Steamboat!
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Haemul Jeongol - Korean Seafood SteamboatFinally, am trying Korean steamboat! This pot definitely could feed up to three person, as we both, still struggling to clear this up, with the guy raising the white flag first, haha. The soup is quite mild and sweet with the assorted seafood added in it. I would say their portion are quite generous with varieties like mussels, squids, prawns, clams, rice cake, oyster mushroom and many more. The seafood are fresh and chewy, and would heighten up the sou
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Finally, am trying Korean steamboat! This pot definitely could feed up to three person, as we both, still struggling to clear this up, with the guy raising the white flag first, haha. The soup is quite mild and sweet with the assorted seafood added in it. I would say their portion are quite generous with varieties like mussels, squids, prawns, clams, rice cake, oyster mushroom and many more. The seafood are fresh and chewy, and would heighten up the soup flavor as you boil it longer.

Big pot isn't it? ^^
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At some point, I thought that just the seafood flavor would be bit bland, and so, I turn it into Kimchi steamboat instead. How? By added in 2 plates of Kimchi serving that I got, just the way we had it back in Korea. Trust me, the Kimchi just tune the soup up in the right way! Not too spicy but makes the soup much more appetizing, so does my friend opines as well


Here comes my Kimchi double dose; instant recipe! Haha...... And the soup has now gone more reddish!
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Home-made Korean Rice NectarThis whitish seemingly drink that looks like barley is actually the traditional drink of Korean Rice Nectar. It’s usually taken during summer in Korean to cool off the body, and that comes welcomingly at tropical places such as Malaysia. The drink is very thirst-quenching with a tinge of mild ginger taste, which reminds me of the ‘tong shui’ that usually come with ‘Tong Yuen’, a.k.a glutinous rice balls. But it isn’t too spicy, so worry not
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Home-made Korean Rice Nectar

This whitish seemingly drink that looks like barley is actually the traditional drink of Korean Rice Nectar. It’s usually taken during summer in Korean to cool off the body, and that comes welcomingly at tropical places such as Malaysia. The drink is very thirst-quenching with a tinge of mild ginger taste, which reminds me of the ‘tong shui’ that usually come with ‘Tong Yuen’, a.k.a glutinous rice balls. But it isn’t too spicy, so worry not
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Oiso remains one of my favorite spot whenever am craving for Korean fare again. Besides its delicious spread of food at affordable price, the Korean ‘boseu’ is also always that friendly. That’s what keep drawing the crowds back for more As usual, Korean food would kick start with some varieties of ‘ban chan’ to sort of like ‘warm up’ your tummy before main course is served. And here we have delish arrays of choices such as egg roll, spinach, caramelized anchovies, and last but not least Kimch
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Oiso remains one of my favorite spot whenever am craving for Korean fare again. Besides its delicious spread of food at affordable price, the Korean ‘boseu’ is also always that friendly. That’s what keep drawing the crowds back for more

As usual, Korean food would kick start with some varieties of ‘ban chan’ to sort of like ‘warm up’ your tummy before main course is served. And here we have delish arrays of choices such as egg roll, spinach, caramelized anchovies, and last but not least Kimchi! The egg rolls are very savoury and the spinach, which remains my all-time favourite with the fragrance of sesame oil.
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