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Hanam Korean BBQ is one of the latest Korean BBQ that just open its door to public. It is located at United Point, KL. I have been aiming them since last year MCO as the hoarding board seems to be there for ages till recently I saw a Korean Tiktoker went there to dine in.

Quickly swing by and found out that they area actually a famous chain from Korea.

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Hanam BBQ menu is very straight forward which is only a few pages. Mostltly focus on ala cart bbq meat and some sets.

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This is their special side dish. Love their Kimchi as marinated well and have its own taste and texture. Serve with 4 different condiments and their signature is the leave (suddenly forgot what is the name).

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Quite interesting as it seems it is like a non stick Stone grill bbq pit .

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best korean bbqLook at the pork belly. Nice cut and even balance of fats. .

Order Set 2 (2pax x 2 set) @ RM 96, comes with: (the set is actually allot can feed easily 3 pax)

  1. 1 x pork belly
  2. 1 x stew
  3. 1 x steam egg with flying fish roe.

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There is some one there to assist on the grill meat to ensure you get the right texture and cook meat.

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This is one of their signature eating style. Korean BBQ meat wrap with their special seasoned leave. It is so good that taste abit of sourish yet the bbq taste is just perfect. A great combination with Soju at the side. Best!

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Steam egg have to eat fast while the texture is soft and not over cook. Another trick is too scoop up fast.

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Their Kimchi Stew is one of the best I have come across. Thick in soup base, yet aromatic, hint of sourish and spicy end. Kimchi veggie is soft and pork belly in it is whoolaa laaa.

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another nice Korean BBQ in KL to pay a visit. Currently it is quite packed and best advise to call in for reservation.

Other of my fav Korean BBQ:

    1. Qing He Gu– Uptown or Retail 163, Mont Kiara
    2. Don Don Korean BBQ, Hartamas

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-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, not bad pun. worth to try. Kimchi Stew BEST!!!!~Recommended-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
UNITED POINT,
UNIT G-28 , PUSAT PERDAGANGAN BERPADU UNITED POINT,
Jalan Lang Emas, 51200 Kuala Lumpur,

Operating Hours: 11.30am – 10pm

It all started off with my Instagram stories as I was looking for a nice Korean BBQ place to try out. Thanks to many of that responded to it and decided to try one of your recommendations in it. Many of you suggested Qing He Gu Korean Restaurant in Uptown Damansara. I am quite surprise not many info about them in Google. I know about this shop and always wanted to try.

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By the name itself, it seems pretty confusing to me as I would thought it is a China restaurant. However, this turns out to be hidden gem of Korean BBQ in KL. Operate by a couple from Korea.

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Even premium meat that is special packed.

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By looking at the menu, I am excited as there are quite number of items that I can order. Will need to bring bigger group to try as they have a few classic dish that I wanted to try.

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Free Ice cream for all of us, which is a nice catch . .

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One of my favourite Korean rice barley drink @ RM 7. Sweet enough to my liking and quite fragrant.

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Their signature sauce is pretty spot on for both the sesame oil with sea salt is a must have ontop of your bbq meat. They are using quality sea salt.

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Rarely you get to see Cow Tongue @ RM 40 and it was a must order for me. Cut to paper thin slice and easily grill. If it is too thick cut, it might become too chewy. Perfectly cooked by the staff to medium. Just a thin slice, add onto the veggie with both their sauces is perfect! End with a sip of soju bomb especially Tsing Tao with Soju (is by far the best combination of all)

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Pork Belly @ RM 30 which is a piece of meat that I would rarely miss. A nice cut of pork belly and just look at the colour of it. Handling with care and perfectly cooked both side. Meat texture not too dense yet a nice layer of fats in between.

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Most of the banchan are pretty good, especially the pumkin honey. I had 3 of it.

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Service is pretty good even though they are foreign workers.

Great meat, great banchan and free ice cream (it is not about the ice cream). I would say that this shop had certainly grow into my top 3 recommended Korean bbq in KL. Pretty good and will certainly come back for more. One of the best Korean BBQ in KL or one of the best Korean bbq in PJ.

Good news is that now they have expended to Mont Kiara which is nearer to me. In Retail 163. 

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-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9/10, so so, love the Korean BBQ here – Recommended !!!~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Qing He Gu Korean Restaurant
Jalan SS 21/39,
Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor

Operating Hours: 12–3pm, 6–11pm

Tel: 03-7732 6655

It seems that Korean Bbq shop is popping every where now. One of the latest arrival from Korea to Malaysia is this new brand – Apple Samgyupsal Korean BBQ that is currently operating their first shop at Taman Desa. A shop that is operating away from the busy district of Taman Desa that sits nearer to Old Klang Road.

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As you can see in their logo, Apple + Pork. Most of the item in here are infuse with apple base that is making the food quite interesting.

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There are also a huge board on the wall teaching you on the method of cooking and eating.

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As you are seated down you are then treated with the usual banchan.

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Set price are reasonable and would recommend to hit on their BBQ Sharing Set that fits for 3-4 pax @ RM 168. As for this set, you get unlimited packet of Ramyum upon request.

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Every one will have apple slices on the table and you are curious what are you going to do with it?

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This is Apple Platter @ RM 88. 

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Pork Cuts in here are marinated in apple for 24 hours and then smoked with apple smoke chips before putting onto the grill.

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As for the sides, they serve you with their signature onion dressing with apple with apple infuse soy base, and their thick honey apple. With the apple slices, the purpose of this is to:

  1. Upon your Pork meat is done, you put the pork meat onto one apple slices (instead of the usual with vegetable)
  2. Then add on with onion apple soy on top, follow by the honey apple sauce.
  3. Then you put everything into your mouth to get the burst of fragrant bbq apple and sweetness of it

Remark: do not put too much as the flavour of sweetness might be overpowering the juicy pork.

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Just like this. You will get a nice juicy texture and crisp from apple.

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Cooking with pork belly slices as the meat might be too fatty for me. Samgyupsal – Spicy @ RM

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L.A Galbi @ RM 40 which is marinated in their special sauce and it is good.

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Wang Galbi @ RM 32

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This is the unlimited ramyum refill. Loving it.

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It will only be perfect with some alcohol along. Their Apple Magoli is something you can try it out.

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This place is not your typical Korean BBQ place as the the meat here is marinated with apple base and there are also classic item that you can choose. Their Jjajang Bbap is pretty good too. Worth to give this place a try.

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Location:
Apple Samgyupsal
22, Jalan 1/109e,
Taman Desa Business Park,
58100 Kuala Lumpur,

Operating Hours:
Sunday to Thursday : 5pm – 1am
Friday and Saturday: 5pm – 3am

Tel: 03-79728911

Korean restaurant is sprouting like wild mushroom in Solaris KL, that have made them the new Korean Village at Solaris Mont Kiara. If you love any KOrean food, this is the place to be. Gogi King Korean BBQ is one of a restaurant that introduce the current hype in Korea that a bbq plate offers you a side with egg and cheese to dip on.

[update: 15th April 2018 : this outlet no longer in operation]

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Fancy looking restaurant as Pig is their super hero. Goji King (4)

Price are quite decent as you can either set or ala carte.

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My pit of Korean bbq will not miss Pork Belly, Pork Spare ribs and their octopus.

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This is what you will be serve, on their new bbq plate, where they have included a mini line of cheese and egg.

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Order a add on with Sizzling plate corn Cheese. Feels like a Indonesian street snacks as theirs add on with chili powder. NOthing to shout about as it has milk mix with cheese on a melted hot plate with corn.

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Every piece of meat is ready, I dip along with cheese at the side. I have even added some cheese into the egg and dip along. Great Stuff.

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Added more Cheese at RM 8 per bowl.

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I was told that it taste much better at Korea, however I think this is good enough for me as I have never tried the one in Korea like many of you out there. Meat marination is decent as we now have another new Korean BBQ franchise chain that have just landed that offers similiar concept is Shimapo. Will try that out soon.

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-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, favourite street snacks~ -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Gogi King Restaurant
No.1, Jalan Solaris,
Solaris Mont Kiara,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-6206 5256

Opening hours: 11am to 3am

Gogi King Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Empire Damansara were once a big hit with their fancy decor umbrella and now its replace with colourful strings. Indeed its a nice place if all cafe or fashion retail comes to live. However, came by this place numerous times and always wanted to try San Nae Deul for their Eeat All you can Korean BBQ which for lunch is around RM 39++ and dinner at RM 45++ which I think its a good bargain.

Average meal for one Korean BBQ meals cost me around RM 30-RM 80 depending on what kind of meat and other items we ordered.

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Upon walking into the outlet, do prepare to smell like a bbq pit after when you are done.

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quite a lovely decor they have with low red brick wall as separation and mezzanine level for more seats as we prefer to be seated at the ground level.

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Some private rooms if you do need any and reservation is recommended if you were to choose the rooms.

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Drinks are not included for the buffet.

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For the bbq buffet selection its pretty decent range, with a few pages to flip and some are not in the list.san nae deul (9)

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Order fresh pork & beef slices. . .

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All the hungry peeps instantly grill on it.

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Fried chicken is decent. .

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Pancake is just mediocre. Nothing to shout about.

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After the whole session, we realise that we were overdoze of food. Oh well, I think BBQ Buffet lunch for RM 39++ I am not going to complain much for a Korean range. If you ask me will I be back, why not. Quite a decent normal Korean food if you are thinking for a eat all you can version.

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-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 7/10 , decent enough and no complain on the pricing! -Stamped-

-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Location:
San Nan Deul
G16-17, Empire Damansara, 47820
Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Phone: +6012-3575865 / 03-7611 0615 / 03-7611 0616
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily.

San Nae Deul Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Hmmm, this year I do travel alot and lets start off with my Australia journey that I have done which I have always wanted to go back visit my friend. This round did not stop by Melbourne but head direct to Sydney. One of a trip that is pretty last minute but nevertheless I have to thanks to Jun Wen for all the best hospitality and knowing I love food he bring me to all his favourite restaurant – Bassim.

On my late arrival, it was well just nice for dinner time. Therefore he introduce me one of the place that he drop by at least once a week to whack on all his favourite beef slice. When he ask me am I okay for Korean BBQ, of course my reply is hell yah. As far as I know till date, there are still none of the Korean restaurant can still beat anything here yet.

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Bassim – Steak and Seafood House is like a neighborhood restaurant that located in Strathfield which is about 25 minutes drive away from city. The reason being here is that nearby my friends house.

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Its a place that fully pack with humans during dinner time as I snap this pic when they are about to close the shop. Yap, we ate from 8.30pm till closing. That’s how much and how long we spend our time there.

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This is what I mean when getting a spot in the restaurant wasnt easy.

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If without any conversion rate, the price is definitely much cheaper to any Malaysian restaurant can offer.

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Normally, Korean restaurant will give you alot of side dish, but this shop give you selected side dish to pair along with their bbq.

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AFter BBQ this is the ingredient that you have to wrap along with, a slice of cabbage, garlic, cucumber and green chili.

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Dipping along with the sauce to make it even more perfect.

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Charcoal BBQ that bout to bbq your favourite ribs away.

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Before that, order Denjang (if I am not mistaken) Bean paste soup with vegetable and beef. A perfect dish to go along with its winter outside something to bring back body heat. Pouring the soup over to the rice just  makes it a perfect combination to eat along. Slightly sour with mild spiciness.

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2 types of meat we order for the night is Spicy Dak Galbi @ AUD 16 marinated along with special spicy sauce.

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Here comes our ribs So Galbi @ AUD 19 with 3 portion. Look how pretty the red meat is with their own special marination sauce.

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AS the ribs was added on top, the smell of it generated is aromatic. Cant wait to get a bite of it.

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Grill till its medium well and left the bone there to char grill. Beef had been own grill to perfection, flavorful, and the seasoning that they use, makes the beef slice juicy. I keep picking up the beef slice and keep ordering till I was totally stuff.

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Along the way my friend order this, to be eaten along with Beef slice to make it even more kick. We ended up ordering 7 portion of beef and 3 portion of chicken for 4 pax. Definitely all of us are big eater. :p It was a very satisfied dinner, whereby I have long forgotten the best taste of it. At the end of the meal only understand that why this is his favourite Korean place or he rate Bassim is the best Korean BBQ restaurant in Sydney so far. If you do have the time, this is definitely a restaurant worth trying.

Location:

Cnr Raw Square & Churchill Avenue
Strathfield, Sydney, NSW. 2135

(For public transportation access, you can stop by at  Strathfield Train station and its about 10 mins walk away. )

Tel:
(02) 8756 5689

Open 7 days
Lunch 12-3pm
Dinner 5-late
Licensed. BYO $2pp


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