Note: This branch has closed down.
We treated our mom at Korean BBQ Seoul Garden Restaurant on Mother’s Day. It was perfect as mom is a Korean dramas fanatic. Haha Actually we had eyed this restaurant for quite sometime but never really have the chance to try it out yet. So this is ideal.
Korean BBQ Seoul Garden Restaurant is situated on the 1st floor of a corner shop lot. While climbing up the stairs, we caught the aromas of Korean food… Mmmmmm ahhhhhh!
Banchan 구첩 (9 cheop/side dishes)
Once we stepped foot in this restaurant we were greeted with the familiar Anyong-Haseyo by the owner cum manager of the restaurant who is a Korean. I turned to my sister and both of us acknowledged this is an authentic Korean restaurant. Yes even the cooks and waiters are Koreans. 🙂
The place was jam-packed, lively, noisy and chaotic. LOL We were asked to wait while they were clearing up the tables. Waiters and even the manger were seen running up and down to serve hungry customers. Oh yeah it was that busy!
The waiting and dining area.
While waiting for the food to arrive…
Dad ogling at poster of Korean model while sis is playing Word Mole game with my BlackBerry.
The banchan; 9 side dishes…
Clockwise, from top left: bean sprouts, black beans, kimchi, fish cake
Clockwise L-R: Mini pancake?, seaweed, salad, sigeumchi namul (spinach)
This last banchan dish tasted like jelly fish. We have no idea what this is. I’m guessing it’s some sort of kimchi/fermented dish. Can anyone help to identify this dish?
Bibimbap @ RM15.00. Very delicious. 🙂
Haemul pajeon or green onion seafood pancake @ RM25.00. Love this dish a lot.
Galbi or marinated pork in soy sauce @ RM25.00. Super yummy. Very moist and flavorful. Remember to dip the pork with the spicy Korean condiment and garlic provided. It was heavenly!
Samgyeopsal or grilled pork belly meat @ RM25.00. A little dry.
To eat Galbi and samgyeopsal, take a little of the meat with some banchan and wrap them in lettuce. Remember to dip the savory sauce and add garlic. The result: SLURPPPPPPIEEEE!!!!!!!
Too bad we didn’t have the chance to cook our meal with the BBQ stove.
Rice + green tea @ RM15.00
Total bill: RM115.50 (for 4 persons)
If you want to taste authentic Korean cuisine then this is the place.
Can’t wait for my next visit. Plan to bring my grandma there. 🙂
Seoul Garden Korean BBQ Restaurant – branch is closed
20-11, Lorong Batu Nilam 3F,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi,
Tel: 03-3324 3038, 014-331 0644
Bandar Baru Tinggi branch (opened):
21, Ground Floor, Jalan Tiara 2C/KU1,
Bandar Baru Klang,
Tel: 03-3341 1009, 016-226 4700
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