4
1
0
Telephone
03-7875 8868
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Pork-free
Smoking Section
Signature Dishes
Bibimbap Ginseng Chicken Soup
Review (7)
Level4 2012-07-26
269 views
Seo Gung Korean BBQ Restaurant is located at Jalan SS2/67. It's somewhere at Taman Sea, Petaling Jaya. Seo Gung Korean BBQ Restaurant is a restaurant which served Korean cuisine and different type of BBQ set either pork or beef. They also provide variety of Korean side dishes.This is the korean stone rice.Very nicei would say.The rice is so soft and not chewy at all.It's so fragrant and tasty. The stone is the most important thing that make this rice more tasty.It's so hot and really special.The food presentation is so good.Look really amazing.The vegetables inside it is so fresh and tasty.Overall,this korean stone rice is really special and tasty. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Seo Gung Korean BBQ restaurant is located at SS2 Petaling Jaya and serves authentic Korean food. This is one of their ginseng chicken soup, it's type of popular soup. The soup is rich and tasty. The chicken is tender. Like most of the korean meal, it comes with plentyof side dishes. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2012-06-13
84 views
This is the Seo Gung Korean BBQ restaurant at Petaling Jaya. Seo Gung is a korean style restaurant that serve variety of korean food.The famous korean side dishes.They are 8 different side dishes here. The vegetable and ingredient are really fresh. We like kimchi the most. It's sour and a bit spicy on it.Perfect for our appetite.This is my all time favourite korean dish.The squid is fresh and stir together with the kimchi.It's sour and spicy enough. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2012-01-05
58 views
Browsing through some blogs the other day and saw some good comments on this Korean Restaurant. At the same time, I was craving for Korean food. *ta-da* I knew immediately what I should have for dinner that day. Seo Gung Korean BBQ restaurant is located at SS2 which is same row as Yu Yang Sang and just above King's Confectionery. Every easy to spot the place.The design of the place's layout was simple with tables and floor sitting arrangement. Nothing fancy at the place. I went around 7.30pm and the place was not packed at all during Saturday. They provided a few types of BBQ combo meals according to the number of guests and also a variety of ala carte.We ordered the BBQ combo 4 which is cost RM79. It included Samgyeop-Sal, Dak-Galbi, Kimchi-Jigae and Dolsot Bibim-Bap. In case you are new to these words, do not worry, I will explain it one by one below.When having meal in Korean Restaurant, no matter what you order, always come with some small side dishes which can be refilled. It is actually complimentary dishes so it is free! In Seo Gung, they provide 10 small side dishes like the above photos. Some Korean restaurants only provide 6-8 side dishes. Banchan named in Korean for side dishes. Banchan in different Korean Restaurant will serve differently, it is not fix to the same ingredients except that you will surely find Kimchi in every Korean's side dishes. All the side dishes taste not bad which I managed to finish it all without refilling.Samgyeop-Sal is sliced pork belly which it is grilled at the dinner table. It will come with some big onions to be grill together. No oil was used in the hot plate as the pork belly will produce the oil itself which won't stick to the hot plate. Don't worry, the meat won't burned.Dak-Galbi is marinated chicken ribs which is also a grill dish that is popular in South Korea. It is marinated with their own recipe's sauce. If you do not know what to do when you saw a plate of lettuces and you remembered that you did not ordered it. Let me tell you, lettuce and raw garlic come together when you order samgyeop-sal. It is use to wrap the meat to consume. A common way to consume is to place a slice of the cooked meat on a leaf of lettuce with some side dishes and dipping sauce (chilli paste), then to roll it up in the leaf and eat it. You can even add it some rice depends on your preference.Gyeran Jjim is Korean steamed egg with normally eat with banchan. The steamed egg taste great but just a bit hard in the inside. I still prefer light and smooth steamed egg.Dolsot Bibim-Bap is one of the Korean's signature dish which mean mix dish. It is served in a hot stone bowl with a layer of rice at the bottom, some seasoned vegetables and a fried egg on top. You will have to mix it together before eating. I don't really like it as it taste very dry. The overall taste still acceptable.Kimchi-Jjigae is one type of Jjigae (some kind of soup with lots of ingredients either with seafood, chicken , pork, beef or vegetables). Kimchi-Jjigae is made with kimchi and other vegetables ingredients. It taste similar to the side dish-Kimchi except that it is now cooked with soup base. If you personally do not like Kimchi itself, I do not think you will like this either.For drinks, we order green tea which cost only RM2. Overall, the combo meal we ordered are far more enough for two persons to consume. I think 3 persons are more suitable for the combo. Anyway, the rice are not included in the combo meals, you can order it separately which is RM5 per bowl if not mistaken. The price was quite reasonable, I will still come back for more soon. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level2 2011-12-16
24 views
Yeah, it's Korean food again! This is one of the most-visited Korean restaurant in my list, simple reason, near and delicious!I have never failed recommendation to my friend so far, all of them give a big thumb's up!My favorite is Dolsot bibimbap other than Kimchi Jigae (Kimchi rice). Bibimbap is served in hot stone, with rice and seasoned mixed vegetable, and topped with a fried egg & sesame. You have to stir with sweet-spicy sauce together to make it a "ready-to-eat" meal, yes just like you saw from Full House (the Korean drama) how the Song Hye-Kyo stir ALL ingredient together with rice! I love the crisp bits of the rice that was stick on the hot stone bowl. But if you are BBQ lover, you should try their BBQ set as well. It's highly recommend by my friends. Somehow, I cannot bear with the strong BBQ smell after that, they really need to improve this~ continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)