Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Daorae Korean BBQ

After reading Ivy's hard-selling of how nice Daorae is, we decided to give it a try ;)

enjoy being the passengers ;)

dropped by Gurney Plaza first. bought this yummy ShiLin's tempura as our tea time snacks ;)


it was evening when we left Gurney Plaza. headed to Daorae situated at Tanjung Tokong, which is about 5 minutes from Gurney Plaza.
friendly Nepalese welcomed us while we were parking our car.. he ran to us which was abit shocking to us.. haha... there was a tall man standing near the entrance and greeted us with anehasayo (nice day/welcome) i think he's Korean ;)

it was still early so there werent many customers yet. this is the cooker hood which is available on every table, it sucks up the smoke from the BBQ. how thoughtful! we doesnt have to worry about the bad odour now!

tatami style


WN and Annie while waiting for the food to come...


Hubby and i


the menu. basically they have quite alot of dishes..

sauces, free steamed egg and appetizer beef soup and some vege


refillable side dishes

clockwise from top left: pancake (free), Dderk Bokgi (fried rice cake)-RM30, barley juice (free) and Kimchi Jeon Gol (Kimchi-based steamboat)-RM50

Woo Sam Kyup, sliced marbled beef. RM 45

Saeng Deung Shim, scotch beef fillet. RM 65


Hanbang Dweji Wang Galbi, pork marinated with Korean ginseng and sweet soy sauce. RM 35. yummy!
so many food to eat!! we were all damn full lo... my jeans were obviously tighten :(

with his lansi face


we couldnt finish all the food =_= lesson learnt already..
friendly Nepalese greeted us kamsamida (thank you) when we left the place. started our journey back home, with our tummy fully loaded..
overall, i'm pretty satisfy with the warm services and food. although its abit pricey, i think it's worth a try ;)
Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant
No. 104, Jalan Tanjung Tokong,
10470 Pulau Pinang.
Tel: 04-8913616

8 comments:

  1. Wooopppsss... Looks like this Korean restaurant is better than the ones I had in KL!

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  2. Shirlexia, i know KL has a few Daorae too! did you try?

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  3. i never had korean food before... does korean cup noodle count? would love to try out Daorae someday, but surely hubs will reject because he's a japanese food supporter, tsk!

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  4. Yvonne, haha, somehow, i prefer japanese food more. but then, no harm trying different cuisine!

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  5. LOl.. u ordered 3 BBQ >.< 2 should be enough.. then d kimchi soup, u ordered d steamboat ei... that one is bigger portion ei... really salute u all if can finish.. lol :P sumore got rice cake >.<
    Now u know d ler... cant order so much... :P
    Haha... told u is very nice lor... worth the try one.

    But y d free pancake looks so weird ei? Hmm...

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  6. Ivy, haha, we tam ciak, order so much.. in the end, cannot finish :S

    yaya, i also feel that the pancake is weird.. not like the one i saw in the blog..

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  7. haha.. really tam chiak la.. ordered so much...lol...

    ya lo.. d time i ate is like d paid ei pancake..jus d ingredient different bit.. but colour stil same..urs.. like burnt ei pan cake... lol...

    bt anyway, you finaly posted this blog. Been waiting for it. lol

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  8. Ivy, haha.. nvm, lesson learnt! ;)

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