Sizzling BBQ@Dao Rae, Taipan USJ

dove acquistare viagra generico 50 mg a Torino Demona: It’s been like forever since I last blogged about food! Crazy hectic period for me. Company’s tri-annual team event, chasing sales, dealing with housing issues, and finally…. April had come to an end and I could finally take a huge and deep breath.

comprare viagra sicuro Yes… I’m still busy venturing and eating, eating, eating along the way. Just lack of time to put them down in words. Dogma and I had been crazy fans of Korean food lately. I was renting in Pinggiran USJ then, that was why our Dao Rae experience was in Taiping. The craze for all these kimchi-madness heightened even more when I finally moved in to my new home in Hartamas, land of Korean food! Demona: Got protein, got vegetables, no carbs. Fairly good diet for those weight watchers! The lettuce leaves were fresh and crunchy, somehow psycho-ing you to forget about the charcoal grilled oily, juicy, slightly fatty BBQ flavoured pork and beef. Mmmmmmmmmmm!

follow site Demona: I know.. I know. The thrill of eating BBQ food is to grill the meat on your own, as burnt as you wish, as rare as you wish, as flavourful as you wish. However, these two lazy asses just gawked at the raw meat cookin on the burning hot coal sizzled grill plate by the kind and helpful bangla waiter. All we did was open our mouths (say Ahhhhhhhh…..) and close our mouths, and the rest, we leave them for your own imagination.

Demona: Yes, mr.kind and helpful bangla also grilled these to perfection for us.
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh…. ngarm, ngarm, ngarm, ngarm.

Demona: The part I loved most about Korean food was the generous refillable servings of a wide range of appetizers in the midst of eating the main dishes. They were served in little bowl like plates and you could ask for a refill if you really enjoyed that particular appetizer and wanted to have more, more, more, more. “Si Beh” worth it!
If we were to eat on a normal basis (the usual amount of food we need to consume to feel full), by eating 2-3 rounds of these appetizers would keep your tummy full and happy already. Being the Malaysians that we are, words like buffet, refills, eat-all-you-can are like magic. Our tummies just won’t fill up full somehow.
We also ordered a spicy stew soup but left the picture out. The soup had a balance of veges, tofus, and beef strips, making it a full meal being on its own. By the time we finished the bbq meat vege wrappers, we were too full to drink down the soup even if it tasted really delicious. However, no good food should go wasted right!
Guess what did we do?
Guess. guess. guess.
We tapao-ed of course! And um… there were still some 3/4th round appetitzers left on the table. No good food should go wasted right! We quietly dumped them into the soup as well before we asked for it to be packed. Urks….. shhhhhhhhhhh! hehehe.

Seoul Yummy@Novena Square 2

Demona: Having only 45 minutes left, we quickly browsed around the eateries to have a quick late lunch bite before I leave back to KL. Dogma was craving for something “Anyong Ha Seyoh”, and Seoul Yummy caught our eyes. It is a casual dining korean restarant, with a see-through glass kitchen filled with tall white hat chefs busily cooking away. The waitresses were in cute Korean costumes, and a few of them were real Koreans as well. The restaurant was packed with customers, and its noise level was quite high. This place is suitable for a quick sit-eat-pay-leave meal.

Demona: A small bowl of Kimchi as an appetizer. (SGD 1.00). Both of us wiped it clean within 2 mouthfuls. TAK PUAS! Need.. more.. kimchi.. slurps.

Demona: My tongue is typically Malaysian. I need chilli, I need spice. That will make everything nice! This was the “SPICIEST” chilli that they can offer. It was more sweet than spicy. Oh well.. better than nothing. I couldn’t not complain any more than this.

Demona: We shared a bowl of stir fried glass noodles with seafood and beef slices. (SGD 7.80) The glass noodles were a major letdown. The beef slices were pretty tender, and flavourful and this was the only worthy bit in the whole dish. The noodles were clumpy, sticky, agglutinating to each other. Despite its brownish colour, it was actually quite bland. The sweet chilli which we request became our SUPERHERO.

Demona: We ordered a plate of kimchi dumplings as well. (SGD 4.80) There were 4 pieces in one portion. The taste was strangely similar to our local “Chai Kueh” (Vegetable Cakes),which is made from gluten free flour, wrapping turnips and carrots stir fried with dried prawns/garlic.

The only difference was that the dumplings were pan fried rather than steamed like Chai Kuehs. I did not feel any Anyong-ness in this dish.

Demona: The bill came up to SGD 17.40. We were left unimpressed after the meal. The food which we tried did not make us yearn for another trip back here. I strongly doubt we will visit this place again in the near future. Unless, we have missed out something great from Seoul Yummy. Anyone out there knows if there is any worth trying?