Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Bee Won at Korea Town

Believe it or not, this is my first time try korean food. This restaurant named "Bee Won" located at One Ampang Business Center is a Korean B.B.Q Restaurant. If you got no idea where is One Ampang Business Center located, it is just opposite the Ampang Point. This place known as Korea Town where majority of the residents here are Korean. For those who like Leng Lui....here the place for you....keke......

* Korean style interior
*Ginseng from Korea
*Refreshing cup of iced green tea

We ordered B.B.Q set which comes with pork,pork rib and other side dishes. You can eat as much as you can as the side dishes are refillable. Although the side dishes look simple but it is nice especially the egg salad and also the "seaweed arca" ...in malay...dun know what the name for that dish. It is a seaweed whihc seasoned with vineger.

* Rolled the B.B.Q pork with a piece of vege and some bean paste sauce - to get the original taste of the food
*Rolled B.B.Q pork together with Kimchi and a piece of Onion
Other than the B.B.Q set, we ordered the Kimchi soup. Tell you what ...is a nice kimchi soup that I ever had. It is totally different from what I tried before.
* A bowl of Kimchi soup will never fulfill your need - so get more...

Any idea what is this?? this is Korean fried rice cake... dun knw what it call in korean...This is a must if you wanna try the traditional korean food.

Cant really finish all the food especially the fried rice cake. Avery large portion eventhough we ordered the small size.

Highly recommended for those who loves Korean food ....price..???reasonable ....


Mason Dixie said...

Wow all that food has made me hungry. I will have to try korean food sometime (well my mom will)

jason86 said...

wow...so good...can try korean food

Sinv said...

next time u try BBQ beef, the taste would be much better than pork.

jason86 said...

izit!!!???will give it a try thn

Scottie the 'cutie' said...

Hello! :) Korean food...yumm! The rice cake that you asked the name about is called doek pok ki (not sure about the spelling, but it's pronounced 'tok-pok-gi') They are my niece's favourite...heh!


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