Korean dramas and music first came to our attention in the early 2000s and have stayed with us ever since. Malaysian youths are similarly affected by the Korean Wave. It may be seen in the Malaysian youth’s use of Korean products, which has steadily influenced their lifestyle choices in cuisine, cosmetics, entertainment, and technology. Slowly, a slew of Korean restaurants popped up all throughout Malaysia. In today’s world, you don’t have to fly all the way to South Korea to sample authentic Korean food.
Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant
Daorae is another well-known BBQ place in the Klang Valley, with a reputation for consistent, high-quality food, clean and comfortable Korean restaurants, courteous personnel, and prompt service. With so many eateries in town, you’ll be able to choose one close to your home to satiate your hunger whenever it strikes.
You may anticipate authentic Korean cuisine that may remind you of Korean BBQ eateries because the restaurant is maintained and controlled by a Korean proprietor. Even the side dishes are fantastic (and refillable!) – some even claim to serve the greatest kimchi in town. While most people come for the BBQ, other meals such as japchae, soups, and ramyun are also delicious.
|Address||27 & 29 Jalan 23/70 A, Sri Hartamas, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur|
|Contact Details||03-6203 2616|
|Operating Hours||11:30am–3pm; 5:30pm-11:00pm|
Since the launch of its first store in Malaysia, Kyochon has established a large following of dedicated customers, and it’s simple to see why. Bite into tasty wingettes and drumettes in your favourite flavour – the soy garlic and red pepper series are the most popular! If you want to try a range of flavours, choose a combination set or a sampler; you’ll definitely end up licking your fingers when you’re done.
|Address||Lot 1.54, Level 1, Pavilion KL, 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kula Lumpur|
|Contact Details||03-2110 0579|
|Operating Hours||10.00 am -10.00 pm|
For More Information: Kyochon 1991
Palsaik Korean BBQ
Did you know that in Korean, palsaik means “eight colours”? Palsaik is an authentic Korean BBQ restaurant that provides eight-colored samgyupsal, or pork belly slices, in eight different flavours. Ginseng, wine, garlic, herb, curry, miso, and hot pepper are among the eight flavours; all colours are naturally produced, and the flavours are hundred percent natural (free of synthetic ingredients), making it a healthy yet enjoyable dinner.
Allow Palsaik’s crew to grill the meat from lightest to strongest flavours, with mushrooms, garlic, and vegetables thrown in for good measure. Taste the perfectly grilled meat and see if you can distinguish the flavours, which are often similar when grilled. Other meals available at Palsaik include cheddar fried rice, kimchi soup, and clear clam soup.
|Address||Mid Valley Megamall, G(E)-013A, Ground Floor, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur|
|Contact Details||017-803 8533|
|Operating Hours||10 am – 10 pm|
For More Information: Palsaik Korean BBQ
Seoul Garden is a Korean food in PJ and is known for its 2-in-1 smokeless grill (which allows you to enjoy grilled meat while also cooking ingredients in a soup base!) Seoul Garden is a leading Halal-certified Korean BBQ company in Malaysia, with beautifully marinated meats and a well-known reputation among BBQ fans. Seoul Garden promises a delightful dining experience with friends and family with a comprehensive range of meats like bulgogi beef, kimchi chicken, black pepper dory, tom yam squid, and more.
|Address||Lot LG 2.126, Sunway Pyramid Mall, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor|
|Contact Details||03-5631 7385|
|Operating Hours||11:30 am – 10 pm|
For More Information: Seoul Garden
Gangnam 88 is a traditional Gangnam-style restaurant where you can eat excellent and authentic Korean food. The restaurant boasts a bright decor, and complimentary banchan (side dishes) are presented on bright plates that make you grin.
|Address||First Floor, No. 2, Jalan Puteri 2/2, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor|
|Contact Details||014-607 3488|
|Operating Hours||11am-10pm (closed on Monday)|
For More Information: Gangnam 88
Gui Gui Korean BBQ
Gui Gui BBQ in Solaris Mont Kiara is worth a try if you’re searching for a genuine Korean BBQ lunch – the fiery pork ribs here will be a treat for your tastebuds! Gui Gui doesn’t have fancy meals, but it does have a lot of wonderful old classics, so it’s no surprise that you’ll see a lot of Koreans dining here.
BBQ pig ribs (in original and spicy flavours), pork belly, pork shoulder, and spicy octopus are among the menu’s most popular items. Their cheese rice balls, we’ve heard, are also delicious. Psst, don’t forget to wash down your food with a cool cucumber soju, which is the perfect BBQ companion, especially on a hot day.
|Address||143, Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Contact Details||011-1155 2608|
|Operating Hours||12 pm – 12 am|
For More Information: Gui Gui Korean BBQ
Da On Fine Korean Cuisine (halal)
Da On is the place to go if you’re searching for a Korean restaurant for a special occasion, a fun get-together, or a nice lunch to pamper yourself. Da On specialises in Korean gourmet dining, with everything from succulent beef ribs to filling samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup), dakgalbi (stir-fried chicken), bulgogi (marinated beef), bibimbap (mixed rice with veggies), and seafood hot pot.
They take pleasure in utilising only the finest meat and ingredients in all of their meals and ensure a pleasant eating experience, despite the fact that their prices are slightly more than those of other Korean restaurants in the Klang Valley. The halal-certified restaurant is located on the top level of the Pavilion and has a nice environment.
|Address||Lot 6.40.00 Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur|
|Contact Details||03-2141 2100|
|Operating Hours||11:30 am – 9 pm|
For More Information: https://www.daonrestaurant.com/
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