Thursday, November 15, 2012

Bulgogi Brothers (Korean BBQ) @ Curve, Damansara

Annyeong-haseyo. 

Suddenly I just have the feeling to speak korean language. Hehehe.

          Last Sunday, my fiance' and I decided to have lunch at Ikea since  I was craving for the delicious meatballs. Been dreaming to have the balls! While I was on my way to park the car at the Curve, he saw the signage of Bulgogi Brothers and ask me to try the korean food since both of us never taste it before. I said ok, but I like to have the meatball first (tak mau mengalah!). Well, it was Sunday and of course very long cue towards the food counter at Ikea and please don't ask me about the seating there. Because I was so determined, we managed to get seated at some corner :) 

          I was full with 5 meatballs, broccoli and chocolate almondy cake in my tummy. Hoping that he will forget the korean food. So, I asked him to watch Skyfall (which I found out that the movie was devastatingly boring and such a disappointing) later after having the meatballs. Then, on our way to the Curve, tada! There was the Bulgogi Brothers Restaurant in front of us. With his smiley face, I know he didn't forget about it and said, "Jom cuba ni pulak!". I asked him to have it after the movie but he said no because he was hungry. And of course I agree with him...Habes diet iolls!

Bulgogi Brothers Special (RM81.90 for 400g, RM121.90 for 600g) and the beef served here is  Australian beef. There are a few beef dish to choose from either the combination of Unyang and Gwangyang-style bulgogi, Gwangyang-sik bulgogi and many more. Click here to find out the menu. The Unyang-sik bulgogi is a considered royal cuisine and made in heart-shape and Gwangyang-sik bulgogi is thinly sliced seasoned beef served with leeks, sweet potatoes, mushrooms and onions. For today we tried the Gwangyang-sik bulgogi. The beef is grilled in front us as the each server table was equipped with the induction cooker.

Complimentary from the house, Memil Cha and lots of vegetables - Kimichi, Kangkong in soya sauce, white reddish (I guess so),  corn, reen peas, sweet potato, simmered lotus in soy sauce (Yeon-gn Jorim), pumpkin+sweet potato paste and kangkong with sesame. (Phew~ Korean do eat a lot!) 

          Besides that, as this is our first time trying the korean dish, he likes to have bibimbap (influenced from korean drama - Running Man). He choose to eat Chicken Bibimbap, a korean style fried rice with spicy chicken slices and lots of vegetables. For me, I didn't like the taste. Maybe the waitress have put in too much the spicy sauce (I'm not a fan of spicy foods).

The waitress, Yati helped us grilling our Gwangyang-sik bulgogi. Love!

Chicken Bibimbap.

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