Dyfoodiesonthego have chosen there pick of 5 Korean Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur to try out this weekend or any day of the week exclusively for The City List!
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5 Korean Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur to try out this weekend
Come here with family and friends and share a pot of Korean goodness
" There’s only one way here at Chicken Up, which is all the way up “
Their Snow Squid Toppoki could leave you into a food coma. Generous portion of squid, Egg, Kimchi Rice, Cheese and Toppoki for you to share with your loved ones. Their chicken wings were tasty and juicy. Portions were also right. Also a good place to catch up with friends over some drinks.
Tips: Don’t forget to squeeze their rubber chicken on the way out.
Awesome Rating : 7/10
: 7, Jalan SS 15/4, SS 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening Hours : Monday to Friday 4PM-12AM : Saturday and Sunday 11.30AM-12AM
Come here for a night of sweaty Korean BBQ galore
" Where to find great Korean BBQ in Kuala Lumpur I asked my Korean colleagues? Most of the time it leads to this place Sae Ma Eul "
We had a hard time looking for this place as it is tucked in one of the back streets of Solaris. Without much indication from the turning in, we bumped into it when we saw a bunch of trailing smoke fuming from the tables.
The meats here are well marinated. Portions are average. Other than that get ready to sweat and dig in for value for money Korean street BBQ.
Awesome Rating : 7/10
: 1, Jalan Solaris 4, Solaris Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours : Daily from 12PM -10.30PM
Come here for Korean Fried Chicken
" Choo Choo Chicken brings Korea Famous Fried Chicken to our doorstep "
The simplicity of the menu made it easy for us. Although there isn’t much on offer except for fried chicken and rice dishes, the star is the fried chicken here. They have fried chicken cooked in many ways. Eg. Crispy, Garlic, Spicy, Soy and Sweet flavours. Pick your flavour and indulge in a chickenly good time if there’s even such a word. We recommend the Spicy and Garlic flavours!
Awesome Rating : 7 / 10
: 22, Jalan Genting Kelang, Taman Danau Kota, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours : Daily from 10.30PM -10PM
Come here for freshly made Bingsu
" Korean Desserts hitting Malaysian Food scene by storm - Beans N Beans "
Bingsu or simply shaved ice desserts is a huge thing in Korea. We had our fare share of what's good and what's not when we were in South Korea.
Having said that not many Malaysian cafes or restaurants could replicate the quality of food provided overseas especially from Korea and Japan. And it's sadly true.
However the Bingsu here at Beans N Beans is an exception as we found the ice was shaved exactly how it should be and ingredients used was flavourful and fresh.
Awesome Rating : 8/10
: Lot G.17, Ground Floor, No. 1, Jalan PJU 1A/48, Ara Damansara, 47301, Petaling Jaya
Opening Hours : Daily from 9AM-1AM
Come here for one of the best churros in town
" Street Churros is now in Malaysia, is it any good comparing it to overseas standard? "
Yes it is. Crispy on the outside and fluffy in the inside. It was made fresh to order as how it should be. Make sure you dip it right:) Available in three different options, Churros as it is, Filling churros or our favourite the Ice Cream Churros. Salivating as were are writing about this.
Awesome Rating : 8.5 / 10
: LG39A Lower Ground Floor, 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening Hours : Daily from 9AM-1AM
Dale and Yana felt in love more than a decade ago over culinary differences and their love for travel. Their passion soon bloomed into their very own Blog on Instagram and recently just launched Facebook account, Dyfoodiesonthego. DY (Dale and Yana) as the Blog’s name represents; both Cooks, Photographs and write individual reviews of Food, Hotels and Restaurants for the local and international scene cohesively. Dale and Yana’s background extends to a multiracial blend of Portuguese, French, Chinese, Malay and Thai descent. Making each and every of that review a more indebt one.
The idea of Dyfoodiesonthego initially came about to relief each other’s pain in deciding where to eat for the day. Which they bet most of us can relate to this. Sometimes even creating unnecessary arguments during the decision making process. That ultimately made them take on the food blogosphere together to give a helping hand back to society. It was a tool for their friends, family and fellow travellers to source for an easier alternative into the best food around the city and the globe. They have travelled extensively around the Asian region and even to further places like America and Europe to bring you their awesome reviews which is most importantly unbiased. If the food sucks they will say that it is.
As an interesting fact, The Asian Food Channel and the Food Network channel played a major role in their food and travelling blogs start up. It was love at first watch, and they became addicted.
Back then in 2007, before the start of their social media influence. Dale and Yana were actively finding ways on how to up the ante on their cooking skills while exchanging views on new recipes. They soon discovered that writing a food blog could help them further showcase their talents. Soon enough the Malaysia food scene was booming and there was so much to try and discover. Dyfoodiesonthego never turned back since then.
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