• Where To EatKorean

    Kyochon 1991 Korean Fried Chicken

    by Arslan Z. on Fri, November 02, 2018

    There's no denying Malaysia's love for Fried Chicken but to be more specific it's Korean Fried Chicken and Kyochon 1991 without a doubt have to be one of the most well known. Is it the freshness of the chicken or could be the crispyness…  More »

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    by Adly on Sat, November 11, 2017

    Sweetree is one of the only Halal Certified Korean Restaurant in Malaysia. The name Sweetree is chosen by the founder to provide a cozy and comfortable place for guests to enjoy a sweet dining experience. The décor here is beautiful…  More »

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    Ho Bahn

    by Alexa P. on Wed, September 22, 2010

    When I first entered the restaurant it was still early in the evening and majority of the tables were empty which had me a bit worried. Once we ordered though, people started trickling in and before we knew it the restaurant was buzzing…  More »

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    Daorae Korean BBQ

    by Li Ann on Wed, August 18, 2010

    This is my Dad’s perennial favourite every time he visits KL. First, the service is impeccable. Never mind that we were served by a mainly Nepali staff, but they are really efficient and helpful. Second, the portions are huge and…  More »

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    Bon Ga

    by Alexa P. on Tue, October 27, 2009

    Kimchee, bulgogi, and ginseng chicken it all sounds good to me! However I usually like to order the paper-thin slices of meats that are barbecued on the tabletop grills and served with salty sesame oil and chilli sauce as a dip. Choose…  More »

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    Seo Gung

    by The Foodster on Wed, March 21, 2007

    Korean food has become somewhat of a favourite amongst KLites. Even though this Foodster has been to Korea and had some fine chewy Korean sashimi and went to a restaurant in central Seoul that served over a hundred Pan Chan (that’s…  More »

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    Koong Jung

    by The Foodster on Sat, March 11, 2006

    Overlooking the KLCC park on the 3rd floor of PNB Darby Park, sit next to the glass walls for the great ambience. The restaurant can be a bit busy during dinner as it is popular with Koreans and locals as well. An all Korean meal at…  More »