On my last dinner in Kuala Lumpur, my sister and family and my youngest brother went to Setia Walk for a Korean dinner.
We went to Mr. Dak-galbi. I had tried this type of of Korean dish when I visited Seoul last spring.
We started off with some complementary soup.
Some banchan appetizers.
The raw food arrived on the table in a large pan with a ring to prevent splatter. We had the stir fried chicken marinated in their secret traditional Korean chili sauce. It comes with rice cake, cabbage, potato slices, sliced onion and leek. Continue reading