Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Dinner @ Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant.

Once again, i'm a satisfied patron. *wide smile to the ears*

Today, we dine in at Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant @ Kota Damansara (situated right opposite of Sunway Giza) and i thought it was a pretty good idea as we kindda got bored of having Japanese food most of the time. So we headed there after buying some dilly dally stuffs from SSF and the moment we stepped into the restaurant, we were greeted with such warm greetings (even though the waiters were mostly Nepalese, but they were trained professionally). We were also greeted by posters of Rain and Super Juniors at the entrance lol.

Fyi, they serve authentic and delicious barbeque dishes with very simple yet comfortable ambience and wooden chairs and tables used to mimic the good old days in Korea. Portraits of Korean females too were hung around the restaurant to add to it's Korea-ish atmosphere =/.

This is the Sam Kyub Sal (slices of pork belly) which they cooked it for us there and then. It's really tender and juicy and the sauces just spice up everything purrr-fect-to-ly.

They called it the Ban-Chan (small portions of side dishes served along with meal). They can be replenished as many times as you want. The most popular one would be the kimchi of course. Just so you know, during cold winter in the olden days, cultivation was practically unavailable so all they did was pickling using salt and they only found out about spices and seasonings back in the 7th century. After much 'experiments', this is how kimchi taste like today.

The set rice which i'd forgotten it's name. Basically it's a combination of egg, crabsticks, seaweed, vegetables, mushrooms, seasonings, etc etc etc. All you need to do is just mixed them well and waaa-lah!

This is Kimchi Jjigae, a spicy combination of meat, vegetables, kimchi, tofu, etc etc etc in kimchi soup with Korean Noodles. Highly recommended!

Korean pancake! The Korean lady boss treat us this for free and we were given complimentary drinks as well - barley with ginger and brown sugar to cleanse the tummy after devouring on those food. Thank you lady boss! =)

Overall, it was a good experience and all you need to do is just sit and wait to be served. In no time, you'll find all the food arranged perfectly right below your nose only waiting for you to feast on them. =)


By the way, we learnt about the brain yesterday during Psychology's class. And here's one interesting and cute video shown by Ms. Yoke Teng which i would like to share with you guys.

Yeah. Pinky & The Brain!
Hindbrain, midbrain, forebrain, medulla, pons, cerebellum, frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, temporal lobe, bla bla bla yada yada.

Goodnight peeps!


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Hilda Milda™ said...

The food looks good, I should give it a try next time!

Sophia Lai said...

Hey hilda! Indeed, it was beyond anyone's expectation. You gotta have to try it! ;)

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