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We had a girls' night out this Saturday. After watching Cinderella at GSC, we went for lunch whereby another friend joined us. I chose this over another Taiwanese restaurant because the price seems more affordable and there are more items like lots of sidedishes.2 of my friends ordered Kimchi Jjigae (pork) with rice. There is also korean glass noodles inside. I kind of like this soup the best compared to the rest of the kimchi soup. As for me, I ordered the Sam Gye Tang (half bird) for the cheap
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We had a girls' night out this Saturday. After watching Cinderella at GSC, we went for lunch whereby another friend joined us. I chose this over another Taiwanese restaurant because the price seems more affordable and there are more items like lots of sidedishes.

2 of my friends ordered Kimchi Jjigae (pork) with rice. There is also korean glass noodles inside. I kind of like this soup the best compared to the rest of the kimchi soup. 

As for me, I ordered the Sam Gye Tang (half bird) for the cheapest price, RM 17.80, I have ever known.The Sam Gye Tang was not bad, almost like the one I had in Korea itself. The Korean ginseng does not have much ginseng taste like the Chinese version. The chicken is quite tender but not overly soft. There was also rice stuffed in the chicken. The overall dish was quite tasty.

One of my best friends' favourite dish is Doenjang Jjigae (RM 20.80). To me, it was too diluted I still preferred the Kimchi Jjigae. It has seafood like fake crabmeat and flower mushroom. 

The Toasted Rice Balls (RM 20.80) were the most unique. We needed to actually make our own rice balls before toasting them in the middle. It also probably had kimchi inside together with seaweed and some meat as my friend saw the meat inside when rolling it with her hands. 

My other best friend ordered the Bibim Naengmyeon (Beef)  (RM 19.80) which was not bad. It was rolled into a ball of noodles. The noodles looks like thin mee sua but of the harder version. 

As for my review of their side dishes, I would say that this is the first time that I would say that all the side dishes are fantastic. I like the lotus, eggplant (which was non-oily), kimchi (I am rarely crazy over kimchi this way). The green leafy vegetables were also so tasty and fresh. The bean sprouts was quite delicious and non-oily. The most special side dish is the kerang as korean restaurants never serve this as a side dish. 

The Korean Barley Tea (RM 3.80) was served in steel mugs which are also light. Quite ok but not that fragrant which I expected. 

The total overall price of RM 157.10 was quite reasonable for 5 pax. 

Toasted Rice Ball
RM20.8
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Kimchi Jjigae
RM20.8
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Sam Gye Tang
RM17.8
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Sam Gye Tang
RM17.8
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Doenjang Jjigae
RM20.8
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Toasted Rice Balls
RM20.8
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DETAILED RATING
Taste
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Date of Visit
2015-03-21
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM157.10
Recommended Dishes
Toasted Rice Ball
RM 20.8
Kimchi Jjigae
RM 20.8
Sam Gye Tang
RM 17.8
Sam Gye Tang
RM 17.8
Doenjang Jjigae
RM 20.8
Toasted Rice Balls
RM 20.8
  • jjigae pork
  • sam gye tang