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Da Sa Rang Korean Restaurant (SS15, Subang Jaya)

Just a walking distance from where I work, but trust me, though I have walked past Da Sa Rang like maybe hundreds of times? Really, such a confusing matter actually. For a matter of fact, my other half-half, no matter how many times I have coaxed him, he just wouldn't accompany me. He is not at all into Korean food. Somehow on this particular day, I had my chance to dining in Da Sa Rang. That too since I insisted, my two colleagues agreed. Where is the exact location of Da Sa Rang? Look out for McDonalds in SS15 and somehow, you will identify Da Sa Rang within the next three or maybe five doors away (upstairs). Ambiance of Da Sa Rang? Quite spacious. Outwardly clean and once we were seated by 12.30pm, we of course had to decide what to order. Menu calling and menu showcasing quite a good bit of choices. Our pick? Dolsot-Bibim-Bap, Gamja- Jjigare and Kinchi-Ramyeon.

Within the next not even five minutes and also maybe because there were no other customers except us, before we knew, came cruising the sides which were part and parcel of our meal and like the customary start in all Korean restaurants. No. You don't have to pay for these sides. Like I have already told you, these sides are thrown in for your meal. Tiny portions of vegetables, pickles, potato sausage, kimchi, soup and the rest mostly veggie sides. Goodness me! What a delight. Loved all of it.   

Just as we were nibbling on these sides, arrived Dolsot-Bibim-Bap (meaning "mixed meal") in a ceramic bowl. In the bowl? Warm white rice, veggies, chillies, pork slices and a single raw egg which were all tossed and mixed together by the staff prior to us tucking in. Delicious. Quite a Korean food wonder.
Up next, Gamja-Jjigae/kimchi soup.  Spicy and attractive, the typical Korean stew/soup. Kimchi, pork slices and an assortment of veggies. Slurp! Every bit finished off. God! I especially was all trilled and excited.   
Thereafter we tackled the Kimchi-Ramyeon. Noodles, cabbage, seafood, seaweed and spring onion.  Spicy power house. For me personally, anything spicy will always be a mouth joy. Washed down with green tea.

What and what not about this dining experience in Da Sa Rang Korean Restaurant? I have nothing much to dispute. I really had a great time eating (RM53.57).

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


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

  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 :)

  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.

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


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