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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant @ Jalan Tokong, Penang

The story continues....

After dining at The Ship, we went for a fish spa and then back to hotel.

About an hour or so, I started feeling giddy and not well. Woke up with a high fever the next morning and there goes my holiday....

Didn't travel much that day and because it's kinda difficult to find a clinic operating during public holiday.We traveled from Batu Ferringhi to Bayan Lepas and finally found a lousy clinic. It's relieve though as Panadol ain't helping much.

Because I am sick, because it's too hot and stuffy out there and because I am weak... no street foods or hawker stalls food!! We ended up at Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant.

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Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant @ Jalan Tokong, Penang

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Banchan refers to various of small side dishes served in Korean meal. This small dishes are served as a shared dishes before the main course is served. The most famous banchan is kimchi (fermented vegetables with chilli pepper and salt). Others commonly sevred would be Korean style potato salad, Kimchijeon (pancake with Kimchi) or Kongnamui cold boiled bean sprouts with sesame oil. Konganamui is categorised as Namui one of the side dish where vegetables are steamed, marinated or stir fried usually seasoned with sesame oil, salt,garlic, pepper etc.

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Sam Gye Tang @ RM 32.00
Sam Gye Tang literally means ginseng chicken soup is a variety of Korean soup- a whole young chicken boiled with Korean ginseng.

The whole young chicken is normally stuffed with glutinous rice and boiled in a broth of Korean ginseng, dried seeded jujube fruits, garlic, and ginger. Some may opt to add in herbs and wolfberries

Sam Gye Tang at this restaurant are prepared with ginseng, dates & garlic. Tasted good but would be better if the ginseng taste is stronger.

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Dolsot Bi Bim Bab @ RM 19.00
The very common rice dish of the Korean cuisine. Fresh seasoned vegetables and steamed rice topped with fried egg and Korean chilli paste served in steaming hot stone bowl. I taxed a scoop of it, just nice!

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Bi Bim Neng Myun @ RM 17.00
A common cold noodle dish in the Korean cuisine. Combination of spicy seasoned vegetables with fine slices of pear topped over cold buckwheat noodles served with spicy chilli paste and sesame oil and a boiled egg.

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Haemol Guk Su Jeon Gul @ RM 55.00

Okay, from the menu we understand that this dish is not something spicy. They ordered this thinking that I can have some along since it isn't the right time for me to have something spicy, I was having a bad sore throat too.

When the dish is served, we were all surprised. I was too greedy, I had some of it. It's a great one!! Wish I could have more of it!!

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Jaanchi Gook Su @ RM 17.00

And here's a bowl for the sick!! Fresh vegetables and seafood served with Korean noodles in soup. Had a few mouthful of it and there it goes.... can't finish it. Not because the noodle dish fails to satisfy me. It's all because, I need a good rest.



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