My Korean friends had visited Don Sa Don lately, and shared that the BBQ pork meat was good and rather worthy for the price of RM 29.90++ eat-all-you-can.
I reasoned myself to think it should be alright to binge after 2 hours of badminton, and 1 hour of gym, so tonight shall be the night for my pork-overstuffing-into-my-tummy experience.
Don Sa Don is located on the first floor of Solaris MK, just by the escalator. (take the escalator up from Haagan Daz side).
It was frigging 35 degrees that night, and the inside of the restaurant was also pretty stuffy so we opted to sit outside.
There are several choices of meat you can select from but we all went for the pork belly.
Thumbs up to the side dishes! The kimchi was fierylicious! I loved the bean sprouts too. It was encouraging to have our appetizers tasting good, as many places do not serve good ones.
This was my favourite. Seaweed soup! Nicely cooked one too. Frankly speaking, by the time I finished this bowl along with the appetizers, I was already nearly full. And the layers of pork bellies were still grilling in front of us!
On top of that they gave you more kimchis, grilles version. I much preferred it without the aluminium foil, like how we ate in Korea. So try this guys! Drop your kimchis onto the grill until they turn brownish on the edges and softened. The kimchis are awesome being eaten this way!
The amount of pork bellies given per person were 2 giant strips. Gotta say as much as I loved pork, I couldn’t go any further beyond my first round.
I could be the heat from the grill and the hazy weather that made eating just a tee bit uncomfortable. My nicely blown hair and new shirt ended up soaking in sweat within minutes.
But hey, the pork was yummy! Juicy as hell! And this place would be perfect for a group gathering to catch up, drink and eat till the cows come home.
Definitely coming back again for my second round! This time, I’ll make sure I’d put on my lousiest shirt and only wash my hair after this meal.
Don Sa Don 돈사돈,
Solaris Mont Kiara.
(One escalator up from Haagan Daz)
*the restaurant faces Duta highway