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Thursday, August 28, 2014

OH!!! MR DAKGALBI

The other day went to Low Yat because Chingu is looking for and then happily bought Samsung Galaxy S4 for himself before off to his back pack trip to China. On the way back saw this Mr Dakgalbi. Aiiiikkkk...since me so Korean craze woman. I did some sweet talk and Chingu agreed to settle our dinner with Korean food.

hehehe..happy me!!!

Dakgalbi is Korean popular dish originated from Chuncheon and Gangwon province.

Dakgalbi is a stir frying marinated dices chicken in a gochujang (chilli pepper paste) based sauce with sliced cabagge , goguma aka sweet potato ,scallions ,onions and tteok aka rice cake...all in together on a hot plate. 

You can add rice or ramen or both if you are too crazy hungry. Some add cheese in it too.

BEST KOREAN FOOD IN KL
This is Mr Dakgalbi near Bukit Bintang branch. It located just next to CIMB Bank at YTL Building.

HALAL KOREAN
Mine with ramen and octopus added in

HALAL KOREAN FOOD
huh! so sweating waiting for my dinner!
The person attending to us not Korean...they are Bangladeshi..OMO!

What is the taste????
hahahahahahaha... Chingu and me look at each other....what is this????
Maggi mee goreng mamak kah ini???
Add octopus, veggies and chilli muahahahaha...
So Korean huh???
I ate this in Seoul when I was there with live Octopus in....OMG!!!

You can get more info at Mr Dakgalbi facebook and try their food. Overall great experience in trying other people food.

16 comments:

  1. wah..That mee look like very seday ~

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  2. Alamak! Nampak macam maggi mee aje to me :) So, sedap or not ni? I suka Korean drama je, lain-lain tak berapa sangat :)

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    1. ok. nak tau rasa nyeeee???? mcm megi goreng bubuh extra cili powder lol

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    1. Jueliza! macam makan megi goreng kekekekeke

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  4. My review on mr dakgalbi in case you wanna know more about the food detials: http://nicole-yie.blogspot.com/2014/02/mr-dakgalbi-bukit-bintang.html

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    1. Hi Nicole! I read your post! good one..so details.

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  5. Gosh, the price is so economical!! Don't think you can find such prices in SG.......

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    1. exactly!!! I went to SG and quickly wanna to come back after I purchase one bottle of mineral water and my mind keep converting the price to MYR. hahahaha

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  6. is it really spicy? some dakgalbi wanna burn my mouth

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    1. ailyn! this one taste ok not so spicy...quite tasty!

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  7. Bangla again? I dun really trust their cooking skill.

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