Tuesday, 19 June 2007

Daorae Garden

We discovered a really cosy and friendly restaurant serving authentic Korean cuisine. The ingredients and cutleries are even imported from Korea! You’ll be able to enjoy a typical Korean meal of rice (밥), bulgogi (불고기), kimchi (김치) and if you feel like it, soju (소주)!

Tip: Soju is not listed on the menu, you’ll have to ask for it. You’ll be served green tea by default.

Located at Desa Sri Hartamas Kuala Lumpur, the Daorae Garden (다오래 가든) restaurant is a little gem tucked on the first floor of Plaza Crystal Center (it’s on the same row as Maybank and Vital Pharmacy).

You’ll be warmly greeted “Annyeonghaseyo!” (안녕하세요!) by the Nepalese waiters who speak fluent Korean (cis, I’m so jealous), and even be served by the restaurant’s owner.

The service is excellent and the food, delicious. The side dishes are plentiful and they come by default! Apart from that, you’ll also be feasting using authentic Korean utensils (check out Orchid’s entry on that).

Daorae Garden offers a genuine Korean dining experience. However, it is a pricey affair. A bottle of soju (360ml, 참이슬) and a bowl of bulgogi cost RM25 each. Nonetheless, for not-so rich people like the K-popped Sisters, it makes a lovely treat on special occasions.

Get there:

  • Korean BBQ Daorae Garden
  • No. 9-1 Floor Plaza Crystal Ville Center, Jalan 23/70A Desa Sri Hartamas K.L.
  • Tel: (03) 6203 2616
Know of any other Korean restaurants? Drop us a comment!


Orchid said...

Yeah it was a nice dining experience. We gotta check out the other Korean restaurants around!

Liz said...

Uh-huh...more soju! Yay!

wina said...

Annyeong! first of all, this blog rocks!!! i was just wonderin, of all the korean restaurants u've reviewed in malaysia which one is halal n has the most authentic korean food? thats all, kamsa hamnida!

malaysianfoodguide said...

Hi,I love Korean food, tried a few in Ampang and Sri Hartamas, Daorae still at the top of my list, Seo Gung at SS2 is another good choice.

Anonymous said...

Been there(Daorae)a few times and I think that place is the best. The food & service is very good. They even gave us complementary Japchae and 'tapau' us some kimchi to take home FOC.

Chianz said...

;'p last week I went there to have my dinner with my family.. its tasted really good,tteoookbudgi was my all-time favourite. Sam-Gae Ttang(Ginseng Chicken)belongs to my dad n also de side dishes was soooo good.. Bibimbap also passed so the conclusion is nomu masisoyo.. ;D


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