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.
The Dakgalbi 3-Pax set comes with 2 portions of fried rice, 1 ramen and 1 cheese. The 3 Pax set is RM94 (about CAD30). The 3 pax set is good for 3 to 4 people.
The server will come by to do the cooking.
Ta-da, dalgalbi is ready.
We also ordered a Seafood Pancake to complement the meal. This is RM17 (about CAD5.50).
When we were 1/2 way through our dakgalbi, we signaled the server to help us fried the rice.
The server pressed the rice to the pan to get some crispy bits at the bottom. Nice.
The fried rice was cheesy.
When we asked the server to refill our kimchi, he brought over a bowl.
Setia Walk is a nice place to have dinner. The above is the scene from our table. We chose to sit outside.