Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Woo Ga Chon Korean Restaurant - Sunway Mentari (Sunway)

Lunch with colleagues is pretty straightforward. There's always the "Asia Cafe" or somehow or rather, we will walk our way to a nearby eatery. Lunch with a close friend for a private moment on the other hand I prefer venturing somewhere a little further. With the friend who was back to Malaysia after settling down in Saudi and I have not seen for two years, Woo Ga Chon Korean restaurant by chance we came across while driving at Sunway Mentari. The clock by then had ticked after 2pm and that was a good thing because the restaurant was empty for lunching while catching up on the many pending stories.

Somewhat featuring similar affordable Korean dishes and also similar ambiance as per other Korean restaurants, we ordered grilled lamb, grilled pork, Korean omelette and Korean seafood soup.
And similarly, the side dishes we started with but suppose so, some different items especially the spicy as well as subtle dips.

The table was packed with food and upon the arrival of the other dishes, we tried to finish off the sides which had already filled up my small appetite. Any way, instead of letting down my friend, I scooped and drank a little of the soup, slightly different because it wasn't spicy but the flavours appreciated.
The omelette quite a big portion for two of us was fried with I think some meat, onion and green chillies. Not too bad the taste.
The feast then continued with the hot plate grilled lamb and pork, well seasoned for the mild salty-sweet tastes, indeed another hearty portion. We literally forced in the succulent meat pieces which fared quite right and accompanied with more side dishes including the salad, sweet soup and watermelon. 

Finishing off whatever we could, we agreed over this lovely and tasty meal. Worth I may say paying RM100.00 and the meal can easily fit at least four people.

17-G, Jalan Mentari
PJS 8/10, Bandar Sunway
Tel:  03-56301051

Korean B.B.Q Woo Ga Chon Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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  1. I love Korean food,they serve small potions of side dish,after finished eating the side , I'm full le....hahahha

  2. Wow, that looks like a true feast! I love Korean food, and it seems like you got a few not so often seen abroad dishes, too! :)

  3. I passed by that area just now. SO many steamboat restaurant there. Really dont know where to eat LOL

  4. That's a sign of a good restaurant...when you want to order everything off the menu! You'll have to go back and try some of the items you all looks delicious~

  5. The thing I love about Korean Restos are the side dishes... I just can't get enough of kimchi! :)


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  6. No doubt this was an enjoyable meal! I love trying new restaraunts, but it does have its ups and downs, but it looks like you made an excellent choice to try out this one.

  7. a hundred bucks? wow. thought of trying when i saw the pics but now i better think twice haha

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  8. Korean restaurant... always leave with full tummy. Haha

  9. Korean foods are one of the best food in the world! Infact, i just had a bibimbap. LOL!! :)

  10. wow a feast Ms.Nava..a tummy full day hehehe ;)

  11. Thank you for all the comments everyone. Like I said, they food was great and plenty to eat but whether paying that amount was worth it is another story here.


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