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Telephone
03-4253 4249
Good For
Group/Family dining
Special Occasion Dining
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Signature Dishes
BBQ Pork Belly Bean Paste Soup Kimchi Jji Gae Rice Cake Sam Gye Tang Ttuk Bokki
Review (6)
Level3 2013-06-04
753 views
First time to be here, which this restaurant was recommended by my brothers and his friends. The services provided by the staff here was great and satisfied, prices of the foods are normal while they will give you complimentary korean cold barli and watermelon slices for you as dessert. We have ordered Fried Tong Fun, BBQ Lamb, Fried Rice Cake, BBQ squid and pork. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-13
316 views
来BBQ Nak Won当然要试试他们的BBQ烤肉了。他们这里的烤猪肉都蛮好吃的。猪肉肉质非常的新鲜,腌制的味道也不会太咸。而且肥瘦刚刚好,BBQ过后吃起来也不会干干难咬的。这里也是会有专人帮我们烤肉。 continue reading
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Level1 2013-03-20
218 views
第一次和朋友跑来 ampang 吃,经过cheras很塞车,我们从6.30pm去,到9pm左右才到达一进去就觉得这里的环境很不错老板娘应该是韩国人,很有韩国风但是食物可能吃不惯,觉得肉不是很熟不过朋友叫的 Soondubu Chigae 很好吃 噢不过整体来说不错哦 continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-16
138 views
What could be the best signature drink for Korean cuisine other than the famous traditional rice wine ? For me would be this traditional Korean herb wine; “Baek Se Ju”. To be honest, this is my second time of trying Korean booze, and I kind of enjoy and love it very much, albeit not really a drinker anyway Compared to Soju, this wine range has a milder flavor. It is also the first alcoholic beverage where I could actually sense and appreciate the sweetness of it. Baek Se Ju or literally means "one-hundred-years wine, is a Korean glutinous rice-based fermented alcoholic beverage flavored with a variety of herbs. Later do I found out that this drink is prominently infused with ginseng and other eleven herbs, including licorice, omija(Schisandra chinensis), gugija (Chinesewolfberry), Astragalus propinquus root, ginger, and cinnamon. And now I roughly know where the mellow sweetness has come from It goes really smooth on the throat. After drinking, best to lt out the sound “Aissh…… masshita!! “ ^_^ continue reading
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