Daorae Korean BBQ is one of the largest Korean chain restaurant in Malaysia. Having a few outlets around Klang Valley, Penang, Ipoh and Melaka, Korean food's lover would probably known this place for long.
Daorae Korean BBQ
21, First Floor,
Jln Radin Anum,
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling
Dolsot Bibimbap (RM22)
Our first dish was the traditional, steaming hot stone bowl mixed rice. The rich layering of seasoned vegetables, mixed with raw egg and sweet Korean chilli paste created an excellent flavours. Served piping hot in a stone bowl, the crusty edges of the rice was the most enjoyable parts.
Kimchi Jeon Gol - Small (RM55)
Next, we had the Kimchi-jeon-gol, a spicy combination of pork, kimchi, tofu and Korean noodles simmered in a rich kimchi soup served in cast iron pot. Its flavours was appetizing and delicious.
Je Yook Bokum (RM38)
Je Yook bokum also known as jaeyook kimchi bokum, is a delicious Korean dish that consists of marinated pork loin which are stir-fried with kimchi and red chili pepper paste, gochujang. It was slightly sweetish, salty and spicy in taste.
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