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December 3, 2008

Little Korea, Mon’t Kiara (revisit)

I was craving for Kimchi Jjigae, so rif took me to Little Korea for lunch last Saturday. I ordered the Kimchi Jjigae while rif had the Bulgoki Jeoung Sik. Both the orders came with a bowl of rice.This time, the Kimchi Jjigae was really yummy. I reckon the kimchi they used was more fermented so there was more “kick”. The broth was thicker, richer and spicier. Each sip was satisfyingly good. The beef bulgoki was quite a generous serve. Laden with enoki mushrooms, glass noodles and spring onions, it was really tasty with rice. The beef slices were tender and the broth was sweet. Lunch cost RM 39.60 inclusive of 10% service charge. Pretty reasonable for a good lunch and nice ambiance.

Previous post here.


8 Responses

  1. 550ml jar of faith

    Kickin’ kimchi! I too often wonder if fermentation level has a direct correlation to its taste. Must give this place a go!

  2. Bangsar-bAbE

    Ya, go try! I also didn’t know about the fermentation thing, but I was at a Korean Mart buying kimchi when a Korean lady told me that. ;)

  3. wei jien

    what the….

  4. Bangsar-bAbE

    You la…eat watermelon simply throw the skin! Not like me – I put on the plate. :D

  5. Penang Tua Pui

    Kimchi Jjigae look tempting to me….

    i wan my Kimchi Jjigae…… some one can order for me? hee hee

  6. Bangsar-bAbE

    Haha…if I order for you, you wouldn’t get to eat it. I would have done it for you lor… :D

  7. juichuan

    Yes. Kimchi can stay fermented up to 3 years. the longer it ferments, the more sour it gets and more good bacteria it contains. a very healthy food. try making some and keep in your fridge

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