Some days I have a tight work schedule. However I still try to squeeze in an hour for a lunch outing when my Australian counterparts are down. On such occasions, I rather bring them to the nearest eating spots situated in Subang Jaya. I suggested Korean food to Brian and he was perfectly fine with it. We walked from my office to the restaurant, just a stroll away.
We both loved it. As we were busy talking while eating and sipping the green tea,
This restaurant is known for their bbq but both of us were not comfortable with bbq for lunch. We agreed that bbq is more suitable for dinner. Anyway I have been to da sa rang before a couple of times so I wanted Brian to try the bibimbap, grilled shoulder pork and for our drinks, green tea was the perfect choice.
The joy of eating Korean food is not so much about main course but the extra side dishes served in little plates. These came within minutes. It’s a combination of steamed and flavored veggies, dry or tumbled in a sauce, a bowl of soup and of course kimchi has to be there. What a lovely opening it was before the main course.
The bibimbap came in a hot clay pot with meat, veggies and rice, topped with an egg. We sat back and left it to the waiter to mix them together and when ready, we helped ourselves.
the grilled shoulder pork made an entrance.
We had a few pieces of the charred mildly sweet grilled pork slices and could not go any further. Brian suggested that I pack the balance and I was quite happy that I had my dinner meal already in hand.
We paid around RM65.00 for this lovely lunch and I will still came back here again, maybe in another two months time.