KL 2017 Mr. Dak-galbi


On my last dinner in Kuala Lumpur, my sister and family and my youngest brother went to Setia Walk for a Korean dinner.

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We went to Mr. Dak-galbi. I had tried this type of of Korean dish when I visited Seoul last spring.

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We started off with some complementary soup.

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Some banchan appetizers.

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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.

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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.

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The server will come by to do the cooking.

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Ta-da, dalgalbi is ready.

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We also ordered a Seafood Pancake to complement the meal. This is RM17 (about CAD5.50).

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When we were 1/2 way through our dakgalbi, we signaled the server to help us fried the rice.

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The server pressed the rice to the pan to get some crispy bits at the bottom. Nice.

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The fried rice was cheesy.

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When we asked the server to refill our kimchi, he brought over a bowl.

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Setia Walk is a nice place to have dinner. The above is the scene from our table. We chose to sit outside.

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Mr. Dakgalbi Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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