Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Da Sa Rang Korean Restaurant (SS15, Subang Jaya)


Situated across the ever busy main road of Subang Jaya and next to McDonalds, indeed, how can I not notice Da Sa Rang. I walk up and down from my office every often or not, basically for banking and on the way back, I am at the Post Office for settling our monthly bills. But a meal in Da Sa Rang didn't call until this lunch dining experience with my two colleagues. By 12.00pm, we were already seating in Da Sa Rang, from their menu featuring ample choices, instead of agreeing on  charcoal grilled bbq, we called for Dolsot-Bibim-Bap, Gamja- Jjigare and Kinchi-Ramyeon.

Prompt service. Came cruising before we knew, tiny portions of vegetables, pickles, potato sausage, kimchi, soup and the rest. Holy cow! Just the kind of sides which made me happy. My first time, I definitely wouldn't stop tucking in.   







Just as we polished off those sides, Dolsot-Bibim-Bap (meaning "mixed meal") in a ceramic bowl with warm white rice, veggies, chillies, pork slices and a single raw egg was all mix together by the staff prior to us tucking in. Delicious, we didn't dispute on this typical filling Korean rice dish.
Next was Gamja-Jjigae/kimchi soup. A vibrant, classic, spicy Korean stew, made alongside fermented kimchi, pork slices and assortment of veggies. Slurp! Every bit finished off so soon.  
Thereafter we tackled the Kimchi-Ramyeon. A noodle dish with pork, cabbage, seafood and spring onion, another nice appetizing dish. To wash down the spicy heat in our mouth, tongue and throat, we had green tea.

Truly a wonderful meal as per my liking,and affordable (RM53.57) in this bright and clean ambiance, I shall return again to Da Sa Rang (SS15/4D).

Da Sa Rang Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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6 comments:

  1. the bilis looks so crunchy. Must be very yummy to go with rice

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  2. Oh wow I gotta try this place. Seems more affordable than the rest.

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  4. Kimchi soup looks so spicy!! Nice to go with white rice :)

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  5. Do give a try if you are at Subang Jaya, for me it was worth for I simply love spicy and the price was acceptable.

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  6. Awesome! I have always wanted to try bibim bap! How wonderful - everything looks delicious!

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