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Deli Korea @ Karamunsing Capital

Angeline Thursday, August 18, 2011 , , ,


Korean cuisine is largely based on rice, noodles, tofu, vegetables and meats. Traditional Korean meals are accompany by numerous side dishes (banchan) which usually include Kimchi.
Recently opened at Karamunsing Capital, Deli Korea Restaurant is not one to belittled. Operated by a Korean owner, you'll be amaze with the most authentic flavours of Korean cuisine.


Deli Korea
Unit G-0-2, Block G, Karamunsing Capital
88400 Kota Kinabalu Sabah
Tel: 088-4874444
 
Water (Free of Charge)

Kimchi and Tofu Soup RM30.00
In Chinese cuisine, we have Ham Choy Tofu Soup (Salted Mustard Cabbage with Beancurd Soup), while alternately in Korean cuisine, they have Kimchi with Tofu Soup. Sourish, savoury with mild spiciness. Well, I would say that it is a good soup to kick start your appetite. 
Side Dishes (Banchan)
The side dishes served on-the-day were Steamed Egg, Pickled Vegetables (Kimchi), Seasoned Fish Cake Slices and Crispy Seaweed.
Fish Cake Slices with Walnut
Crispy Seaweed
Kimchi
Korean Steamed Rice top with Red date and Chestnut (Dolsotbap)
Our meal was accompanied by the Korean Steamed Rice cooked in a stone pot and topped with Red Date and Chestnut.
Interesting....the leftover rice in the stone pot were then added with water and covered. The heat on the stone pot will turn the rice into porridge. Porridge with nice aroma. We like it!
 
Bibimbap (Pork), RM30.00
Bibimbap is a signature Korean dish. Literally, its mean "mixed meal." The Bibimbap at Deli Korea is served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with namul (sautéed and seasoned vegetables), raw egg, pork and gochujang (chili pepper paste). The ingredients are stirred together thoroughly just before eating.
 
 
Bibimbap serve with Soup and Steamed Egg
 
 
Jabchae (Pork), RM20.00
Jabchae is a Korean dish made from sweet potato noodles, stir-fried with mushroom, black fungus, spring onion, onion, carrot, omelete and pork, garnished with sesame seeds. The texture of the noodle was chewy while the dish tasted sweet and savoury.
 
Total paid for dinner, RM80.00 nett 
 
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1 comments:

maslight said...

I was looking forward for this post when I saw the photos posted on fb. Then I saw the non-halal. *disappointed. *sulk at the corner.

 
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