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2016-06-09 469 views
Whenever I’m watching Korean variety shows such as Running Man or Roommate, their Korean cuisines always make me drooling, including tofu stew, bulgogi, bimbibap, kimchi and etc. Talking about Korean Cuisine, the flourishing of Korean restaurants no doubt makes us spoil for choice.San Nan Duel restaurant, hidden among the shop lots in Publika, serve you authentic Korean cuisine where you can get your craving fixed. Besides serving you an array of Korean cuisines, they have free flow side dishes,
San Nan Duel restaurant, hidden among the shop lots in Publika, serve you authentic Korean cuisine where you can get your craving fixed. Besides serving you an array of Korean cuisines, they have free flow side dishes, which is also a plus point. We went for this squid and beef bulgogi set. This set is meant for sharing and we really didn’t expect the portion to be so big. Both squid and bulgogi are well-marinated and grilled to perfection, not too dry and not too raw, while you are chewing them you can still feel that the juices keep oozing out. It has strong flavor and mild spiciness, super piquant.
You can choose to wrap them with raw lettuce, where the fresh and crunchy lettuce gives you a different sensation, it helps you to balance out the oily level of squid and bulgogi at the same time. Or you can choose to eat with a bowl of steamed white rice, I’m sure that you will clear your rice real quick. Their Tofu seafood jjigae stole everyone’s heart at the dining table. The stew soup comes with tofu, seafood such as clams, sea crab, mussel, prawns and squids, top with enoki mushroom, spring onion and an onsen egg. It’s served with a bowl of white steamed rice.
The soup has rich texture and it gives you an umami taste.
The fiery red color might scare you but fret not; the jjigae is not as spicy as you thought, even a person like me who don’t like spicy food, I can easily sipping down a few spoonful of the soup, it goes super well with white steamed rice too! We almost finished “drinking” the whole bowl in the end. Their spring onion pan cake tastes average. I expected it to be crispy outside and moist inside, but it turned out too moist and too much starch. You might want to skip this as they serve pan cake as one of their side dishes as well, which you can refill unlimitedly.
We had squid and bulgogi set, spring onion pan cake, tofu seafood jjigae and kimchi fried rice, it costs us Rm30 per pax, we find it pretty reasonable as the taste is decent and the portion is big enough to make you stuffed.