Tuesday, June 7, 2016

San Nae Deul Korean BBQ Buffet @ Nexus Bangsar


They say marriage is made in heaven. Maybe yes, maybe no. In our case, cupid struck our arrow when we were clubbing and getting tipsy together. Eventually, our marriage was made in the most basic simplest ceremony instead of a lavish wedding to impressively trend on social media. Amidst the hardest kick start to build our tiny nest together, it has been so far so good with our love bonding.  Really, no complaints. We have survived many donkey years despite the every now and then minor or major wars. That is not all about our imperfect marriage. While I like to believe we are compatible, when it comes to food, for oh-my-man, it must be typical Indian food, no pork, no chicken and Korean BBQ Buffet is definitely out of the question because apparently the tiniest bit of cooking involved is like a major thing.   

I, on the hand love porky-pork stuffs and simply irresistible for my palate is also any kind of Korean food. Therefore, temporary ditching my other half for a few hours, I and excitedly arrived at “San Nae Duel” knowing well it is gonna be my kind of food. Walking into the super clean and stylish ambiance with plenty of space to freely move around while making frequent trips for the buffet spread, I met the 51 year old pleasant owner who has taken over the 3 years in operation San Nae Deul for the last 4 months.

During the few minutes of conversation, he spoke about his passion to offer affordable home-cooked Korean food here at Nexus, Bangsar South upon retirement as a military soldier.  Additionally, he also mentioned that unlike other Korean restaurant, San Nae Deaul serves only buffet  and each dish is tastefully prepared with fresh ingredients for the 40 different cooked side dishes such as fried chicken, soups, bibimbap, varieties of kimchi, pancakes and many more, including for Teppayanki.





After taking a seat at the private room which ideally is for a private moment of dining with family and friends,between the total of 8 different choices of meat at the BBQ section,  my go was definitely for the raw pork and marinated with secret sauces pork  slices, as well as a few pieces of chicken and squid. Beef obviously is a taboo for me, I then opted for some of the side dishes and a bowl of the Kimchi soup.




Returning to the room, the meat pieces were grilled on the no-smoke-modern and lined with tracing paper, I took my time to and tucked into mostly the spicy side dishes. Then of course the grilled tender moist meat dipped into the spicy sauces, what more can I say except tummy filling, heartwarming and glory to goodness, authentic, unlimited Korean BBQ and wide varieties of Korean food.  Wish I could have stayed for two hours and tried each one of the dish, oh-well, home called soon!

Address: Unit 1-3 & 1-4. Level 1, Nexus Bangsar South,
No 7, Jalan Kerinchi,  59200 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact no:  03-22422373
Business Hours: Mon-Sun 12pm-10pm

Price:
Food Ink Weekday promotion:
RM34 (lunch) normal price RM58.30
RM39 (dinner) normal price RM64.10

Food Ink Weekend promotion:
RM37 (lunch) normal price RM58.30
RM42 (dinner) normal price RM64.10
All inclusive of service charge and GST 
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9 comments:

  1. May you and your betterhalf be together always with lots of love and all happiness. All those dishes are arranged so well that i feel really hungry . You look gorgeous as always. Eggs and those bbqued ones are mouth watering

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  2. You certainly look very chic in that casual outfit, dear! xoxo

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  3. so much food :)
    keep in touch
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    www.indianbeautydiary.com

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  4. hope you both always stay together with love and happiness...nice post!

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  5. Wishing many more happy years of togetherness dear Nava

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  6. What a spread! And love love love your attire!

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  7. life is full of imperfection but the food do looks perfect

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  8. Pork dishes r not very common in India .. we as Christians do eat pork and some dishes r really mouth watering like the vindaloo.. liked this place

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