The Value meal is just under RM10 per person and it comes with all the lovely Korean side dishes as well.
Bulgogi literally means “fire meat” in Korean (this refers to the cooking technique—over an open flame—rather than meaning the meat’s own spiciness). I was surprise to see that even here, at this economical Korean joint, they still cook up your BBQ meats for you!
As such we went for the higher set and ordered the ‘Chili beef Bulgogi’ (my companion wanted to feel the burn today) and the gorgeous Pork Belly Kimchi Stew. We were already anticipating a good ‘crying session’!
The Chili Bulgogi had a strong bean paste taste. Pretty so-so and a little on the salty side. We should have stuck to original beef bulgogi to try the sweet juices in its natural state. However, the Kimchi pork belly was delicious! Tonnes of pork fatty belly swimming around in the kimchi stew and truly value for money.
BULGOGI BBQ HOUSE
12 A, GF, PJU 5/20B,
Tel: 603 6142 7088
After lunch, the hunt for dessert continues..
The ice-kacang at RM5.50 was delicious. As you can see, it’s packed FULL of liao and the thing I liked best was the surprise mouthful of nutmeg towards the end of the ice-kacang! I don’t know about you, but I personally adore nutmeg.
Anyway, lunchtime over. Back to work:)
The Wok Cafe
26, Jalan PJU 5/21
Tel: 603 6142 7388