Sunday, 21 February 2016

Tasty Korea Restaurant (NON-HALAL) @ Taman Connaught, Cheras

Taman Connaught is a paradise for food. Last night, we found a nice restaurant to taste the original Korean food here. Heard that this restaurant was founded by a native Korean, and the exotic dishes are prepared by chefs with more than eight years of experience and furthermore the meals are all served with traditional Korean utensils from sujeo or metal chopsticks and spoon to earthenware pots.
The internal of the Korean restaurant looks simple, tidy and neat.
After browsing through the menu, we decided to pick a few dishes within our budget of RM100.
These free side dishes come with every order. The peanuts ikan bilis was yummy!
Our drinks - Plum juice @ Rm5.90 and Honey Lemon Tea @ RM5.90. The Plum juice was nice, but the honey lemon tea tasted weird.
Korean Ginseng chicken soup set RM29.90.  The soup was served with strong ginseng smell, but the glutinous rice which was stuffed into the chicken made this dish became sticky. We didn't finish it, it did not suit our taste bud.
Kimchi Jjigae set RM14.90 came with rice. This soup made with kimchi, scallions, onions, diced tofu and small amount of pork. Thumbs up for this dish, it was spicy with good taste!
Samgyeopsal (Grilled pork belly) RM19.90. This is the MOST popular Korean dish. A MUST ORDER item in this restaurant, we noticed that all the customers ordered this. This dish consisted of thick, fatty slices of pork belly meat. The meat were neither marinated nor seasoned, and was grilled before serving to us. It was served with ssamjang (쌈장 a thick spicy soybean paste) and lettuce leaves to wrap it in.
Pajeon (Korean green onion seafood pancake) RM11.90 without rice, but a bowl of yummy sea kelp soup was given instead. It was a pancake made from a batter of eggs, wheat flour, rice flour, green onions,and squids. It tasted really nice, my kid loved it. But it was a bit too oily and the starch was a bit too much, it would tasted better by reducing the starch inside.
All the dishes in one glance. The Korean meal were full of bowls and plates which scattered all over our table. Our total bill was RM99.35 after the 10% service tax.
Overall, this restaurant served nice local Korean food. Their prices are standard, and the price listed in the menu has include the 6% GST. If you can get a good deal at Groupon, it is really worth for a try.

Where is this?
Tasty Korea Restaurant
No 6, Jalan Waras 1, Taman Connaught,
56000 Cheras,
Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 11am - 3pm / 5pm - 9pm (including public holidays).

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