Saturday, December 29, 2012

Da Sa Rang Korean Restaurant - SS15, Subang Jaya


I've figured out. To entertain my Australian counterparts, it can be any Malaysian meal. Bring them over to any one of our Malaysian eateries, they will love the food and love you also. Previously I took the young handsome counterpart to Restaurant Abirami and he wouldn't stop thanking me. Today, despite being busy marking hundreds of answer scripts, while keeping my fingers crossed so that I can pass all of them, hopefully they have not badly messed up their answers, out of convenience, I took Brian to the nearest Da Sa Rang. Such a short crawling distance from my college, so soon we were already seated in this Korean restaurant. Brian didn't mind I took charge of ordering, he was blur anyway on what was going on the menu, so I called for bibimbap and grilled pork shoulder and green tea should the drink in Korean restaurants.   


The little portions of sides in little bowls/plates came cruising soon as we got comfortable (Da Jang Geum). These sides, I call them appetite booster, are always the lovely way to start a Korean meal. Mind you, can be filling if you don't stop eating, different tastes and flavours, great to nibble and munch, I bet healthy as well. Brian loved it. See, I told you, Australians who can't afford to eat out in their own country? They will appreciate anything and everything we feed them. Utterly.      

Next came the bibimbap. Hot steaming rice, meat, veggies, spicy sauce and a raw egg atop in a ceramic bowl. Please sit back, you don't have to do the tossing. The staff will do it for you. Gently mixing all the ingredients together. After all, we are paying for service charge right?? Once bibimbap was mixed, we tucked into the mix of tastes. A little salty, a little spicy and a whole lot hearty until we polished off every bit while sipping the green tea. 

Just then arrived the grilled pork shoulders. Charred on the outside, tender meat and aplenty of fats. Sinful yet sinfully my kind of food. We ate a few pieces and the balance I packed back for dinner (yehh!! dinner solved). 
Surprisingly for the first time, this Australian counterpart of mine contributed to half of the bill (seldom you know. RM65.00) and commented that it was a fabulous meal (see, I told you so??) since this was his first Korean meal and he did take some pictures to show his family "down under". 

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

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4 comments:

  1. the pork slices looks so delicious..
    best when eat with a slice of lettuce.. GOOD

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  2. I like Korean food! bibimbap is nice, especially, the slightly charred parts at the side. Like claypot.

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  3. Delicious food Nava. I need to try Bibimbap

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  4. I've been to this restaurant before but your article sure makes me want to eat Korean food again, it certainly gets one in the mood to enjoy food and its presentation, the photography of the meat dish and everything else is fantastic

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