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Delivery hours
  • Monday 11:00 - 21:30
  • Tuesday 11:00 - 21:30
  • Wednesday 11:00 - 21:30
  • Thursday 11:00 - 21:30
  • Friday 11:00 - 21:30
  • Saturday 11:00 - 21:30
  • Sunday 11:00 - 21:30

Please note: the restaurant may be open before and after the foodpanda hours: 08:30 - 00:00


Delivery fee
From RM5.00
Delivery time
57min

Address
Lot GB13, Ground Floor Boulevard, Paradigm Mall, Petaling Jaya, 47301

Payment types
Cash On Delivery
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Bulgogi Brothers Menu - Order Korean food in Petaling Jaya

What’s the next popular thing from Korea apart from Gangnam Style? The answer would be Korean cuisine. The famous Kimchi and dumplings are loved and popular all over the world. The use of different ingredients such as sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, garlic with meat, rice and vegetables has made Korean food of the beloved comfort food. At Bulgogi Brothers, you can taste the famous stew that will warm your heart. The seafood dumplings at Bulgogi Brothers are served with style is just the perfect way to start your meal. From the A La Carte menu of Bulgogi Brothers, you can try some spicy chicken skewers, sautéed beef wraps or oriental beef salad that is served with style. Making salad even more interesting is chicken mango salad and spicy noodle salad. Crunchy healthy crispy chicken with leeks salad will refresh you at any time of the day. You cannot avoid having Bibimbap that not only looks amazing, but tastes just as great. Have hangover from too much partying? Try some classic stew from Bulgogi Brothers. Make sure you order beverages to go with these amazing meals.

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With Foodpanda, you can now order Korean cuisine from Bulgogi Brothers. Payment is hassle free as well. You pay online for your order or pay cash when the food arrives at your doorstep. Now you have more time to be lazy or noisy at your home while the best of Korea will be brought to you home from Bulgogi brothers restaurant Paradigm Mall, Petaling Jaya.

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    Food is Ok and delivered within time

    Ordered the beef kimchi stew and rice. The food is okay but not outstanding for the price.

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    Loved the food :) one thing i'm unhappy about is that they gave me raw egg yolk. Yup it was raw. But i'd rate this restaurant an 8/10

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    I was really impressed with the quality of food from here. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.

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    Soup spilled again, it's so hot that the container about to melt!

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    Bulgogi Brothers Paradigm Mall New Menu Selection

    For Bulgogi Brothers ala carte menu order, it will comes with 6 complimentary refillable side dishes of kimchi, spinach, radish, spiced water crest, sweet lotus root and mashed pumpkins. This seems to be the norm at any Korean restaurants, a tradition I think, ensuring every meal fills up the stomach fully. Our first dish off Bulgogi Brothers' new menu selection was the Sauteed Beef Wraps, or Sogogi Milssam in Korean. It looks colourful enough, enticing and encouraging me to make my own wrap. The dish consisted of naturally-coloured wheat flour pancake wraps to be filled with deliciously seasoned sauteed beef slices and crunchy julienned potato. I really like the taste of the sauteed beef here, as it was really savoury, bringing out the sweetness of the meat. Up next were the poultry dishes, coming in the form of the Crispy Tofu with Chicken and the
    Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad. I found it interesting that both these dishes were a combination of chicken and healthy alternatives such as tofu and salad, a healthy dish indeed. The Crispy Tofu with Chicken was essentially fried tofu squares with beautifully marinated diced chicken in teriyaki sauce. Served with bean sprouts, the teriyaki sauce really sweetened the dish, just the way I like. The Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad features a platter of crispy chicken cubes with piquant chilli sauce atop fresh leeks in sweet fruit dressing.

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    Bibimbab

    what must you have when you are in Korean restaurant. Korean food will not be fulfill with a Bibimbab. Here they are the Haemul Bibimbab that comes with the combination of the spicy seafood and vegetables.Then, we mixed together all the ingridients. The bibimbab is well made and the rice and the combination is bringing me the appetizing meal too.
    Price: RM28.90

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    Fresh ingredients, soups and stews

    The Haemul Bibimbap sells at RM 28.90 and I do find this slightly a little pricey for the bibimbap range. The bibimbap is authentically rice mix with some meat and vegetable. Haemul bibimbap is rice mixed with vegetable and spicy seafood like prawns and squids served with seaweed soup.The Seoulsik bulgogi is recommended and the flavour was delightfully sweet from the beef marinated in their speacial bulgogi sauce made with apple and pear and served with glass noodles, enoki mushrooms, leeks and onions.Selling at RM 52.90, you can add on optional ingredients like rice cakes or glass noodle at some extra charges. Rice cake add on costs RM 3.50.The electrical stove made dining real clean and comfortable without the heat from conventional stove with fire.The Kimchi Jiggae is not served with pork as this is a halal place. Instead, they replace pork with beef. After all, the name of the restaurant tells it all. So expect lots of beef in the menu.Another ala carte meal would be the noodle choices. There are a few noodle dishes in the menu. Something that is simpler for a meal for one. The “party noodles” would be a good choice if looking for simple meal. Served in seafood broth and garnished with lots of vegetables at RM 17.90And like any other Korean restaurant, the tea is refillable.The restaurant offers a rather enjoyable dining atmosphere with dim yellow lights and polite staffs. Fully air conditioned indoor for non-smokers and a cooling outdoor space for smokers or anyone preferring some natural breeze.

  • 4.0

    Myriad of side dishes

    As usual, with any Korean meals, a myriad of side dishes will accompany the main dish. In Bulgogi Brothers, there were quite a number of side dishes being presented. The first was none other than the infamous, must-have kimchi. Spicy and sourish, the kinchi was well marinated, though I don't mind it having it bit more flavour. Another spicy side dish that was presented was the pickled turnip. The taste is similar to kimchi, however, the turnip gives the dish a crunchier texture.The third dish was stewed kangkung. Slightly salty, and marinated in soy sauce, it was quite an interesting flavour, probably due to the fact that I usually have kangkung with sambal belacan, no other way. The other three side dishes came in an oblong dish. The items included sweet lotus root, a scoop of pumpkin paste and stir fried spinach with wolfberry. The sweet lotus root definitely needs some getting used to, as it was really sweet. Not caramelised, but cooked in a very sweet, indistinguishable sauce. The pumpkin paste is quite nice, smooth and creamy while the spinach was nothing special. Overall quite a good combination of side dishes.The last thing to arrive was corn soup. Although I highly doubt that this is a side dish, it was most welcomed, as we were rather hungry. The theme of the dinner seems to be very corn-filled. There were steamed corn on cob, corn tea and now corn soup. Sweet and creamy, it was quite delectable. I think I have made my stomach quite confused by now.

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    Bulgogi Bibimbap

    Since we are Malaysians, rice is a staple in every meal. Hence wifey and I decided to order the bibimbap to accompany our meat items. The Bulgogi Bibimbap in Bulgogi Brother is one of the better ones that I have ever tasted. The serving is quite large, in a stone pot. The rice at the bottom, with julienned carrots, minced beef, blanched beansprouts, chopped cucumbers, sliced pickled turnips, slices of marinated cooked beef, pea sprouts, spinach. Right in the middle is an egg yolk, presumably put on top just before serving. The stone pot is extremely hot, and I had to take extreme caution while mixing all the ingredients together with the chilli sauce. The well mixed bowl is very appetising. A bit sticky because of the egg yolk, but extremely well-flavoured and went well with our meat.

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    Beautiful Bulgogi

    I suddenly realised, albeit belatedly, that 9 Sept is my marriage anniversary. It doesn't help that it was a Monday, a day which usually wifey and I would usually stay back late at work due to work that piled up over the weekend. I had to quickly plan something, else wifey would be very cross with me. I decided to bring her to Paradigm Mall for dinner, and I was advised by a colleague to go to Bulgogi Brothers. So we went hunting for the restaurant, which turned out to be nearby The Loaf. There weren't that many patrons on a Monday evening. Once we walked into the restaurant, the smell of beef being cooked assaulted us. Slightly gamey, it was definitely very aromatic. There were adequate seatings, about 80 seats in the restaurant, with another 30 seats for al fresco dining. On every table, a piece of paper in lieu of placemats introduced us to the main offering, the bulgogi. Literally translated as fire meat, it is basically seasoned meat prepared and grilled by the tableside. We ordered the Bulgogi Brothers Special, 400gm for 2 persons. It was a combination of both Unyang and Gwangyang style Bulgogi. The Unyang bulgogi is made from minced beef marinated with the distinctive unyang soya sauce and fruit juice, creatively hand-pressed into heart shapes, while the Gwangyang bulgogi is thinly sliced lean beef seasoned in their special soy sauce and fruit juice, retaining the beef's delicate taste. The set included some cut onions, sliced carrots, two pieces of button mushrooms and some garlic. The waitress used beef fat to oil the grilling pan, creating a strong beefy aromatic smell. I was rather miffed that the smoke kept coming towards me, but that can't be helped. I'd probably go home later smelling like a side of cooked beef.While the unyang meat was merrily sizzling, another waitress brought a threesome sauce as well as a basket of salad leaves with cucumber slices. I guess we were supposed to take the bulgogi meat, dip it in the sauces and wrap it in salad leaves before consuming it in a mouthful. The meat is nearly done. It looks really juicy. Once it is done, we dipped and wrapped and popped it into our mouth. The burst of taste was extremely delectable. Full of beefy goodness, the meat also had a slight fruity taste to it. Juicy and decadent, it was slightly salty, but goes very well with the salad leaves. Next comes the grilling of gwangyang meat. The slices of meat was pre-mixed with julienned leeks and onions, which gave it a good aroma when it is being grilled. Grilled until dark brown, it was less juicy compared to the unyang meat, but still quite delicious. It was recommended that we accompany the meat with makguli, a Korean traditional rice wine with the added goodness of sweet milky rice wine, but seeing that it was a weekday night, we regretfully declined the alcohol. It was a good eating session with wifey, and the heart shaped unyang definitely made our anniversary dinner just a little bit more special.

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    Corn on cob & Edemame

    When we first sat down in Bulgogi Brothers, even before ordering anything, a bowl of corn on cob and edemame was served. So wifey and I munched them while trying to decided on what to order. The corn on cob and edamame was steamed nicely, though the edemame was slightly oversteamed, hence the skin pretty much fell apart when we tried to press the seeds out. They didn't put salt in it, hence the corn and bean taste was quite au naturel. A good starter indeed.

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    Oksusu Cha

    The tea of the day in Bulgogi Brothers is the Oksusu Cha, or the corn tea. I have never tasted this before, and was looking forward to it. They put the whole thermos on our table, indicating that it is free flow. Pouring it in a cup, I waited until it was cooler before taking a sip, as it was pretty hot. The tea had a very aromatic corn smell to it. It tasted like any other ordinary tea, just with lots of corn smell. Quite interesting, although I think it is an acquired taste.

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    Enjoying every bite at the Bulgogi brother

    Korean restaurant has definitely proliferated over the years and most of them are non-halal and whether they sell alcohol or not are another issue all together. With the strong influence of K-pop and stuff, everybody seemed to like Korean cuisine when they idolize any Korean star. The problem comes when it comes to halal or non-halal serving. Korean cuisine had a big usage of pork as the main ingredient. What they do here at the Bulgogi Brother , they strap off Pork BBQ and replace pork with beef in the soups.Of course there are chicken and seafood as well and for the bulgogi, we had the Juicy chicken tights marinated over 6 hours in special bulgogi sauce, served with a medly vegetables. Weighing 300gm, the Dak Galbi Bulgogi sells at RM 29.90The might not be too generous with the vegetables, but sauces served were rather munificent.The sides were rather disappointed and I didn’t quite feel any bit Korean about it. The vital distinguishable feature in the Korean cuisine is the unlimited array of sides. Here, think kitty cat or tweety bird amount.At least the Kimchi tasted alright but the serving was ridiculously small. This amount for one person maybe, but there were four of us so whoever served us were busy refilling the Kimchi.This place offers free Wifi, and Malaysians would feel comfortable talking to the staffs because there were mostly local staffs so you probably don’t have to feel any bit uneasy trying to get your message deliver across.

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    泡菜

    刚开始开的时候很多人都在讨论在排队吃。除了他们的肉片,我觉得这里的前菜也做到很好吃。自己特别喜欢这里的泡菜,不是那种只有酸味,这里的还有大白菜天然发酵的香味,很好吃。

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    爱心牛肉

    喜欢这个牛肉。口感不会太软或硬。里面还有牛肉散发开来的油脂味道。牛肉被裁剪成爱心的形状自己并不很喜欢。牛肉也不需要多余的腌制,新鲜的牛肉就这样直接烧烤,很配饭,味道很好

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    新鲜牛肉片

    鲜红色被切得很薄的牛肉片真的让人精神为之一振。牛肉看起来虽然没有什么脂肪,当正是我喜欢的那一种。健康得来又有一点油脂的牛肉片。新鲜的牛肉无论什么方式烹煮都很好吃

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    糖莲藕

    刚开始还很嫌弃这道前菜的因为自己不喜欢吃甜的东西。想不到这个还是蛮好吃的。味道不会太甜,莲藕的口感吃起来爽脆无比,吃起来卡滋卡滋的,拿来当零嘴真的是最好不过了

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    南瓜泥

    这个南瓜泥一点也没有让我失望。南瓜泥的口感吃起来很绵密,质感一点也不粗糙,而且还很话。这里的服务态度很好,很友善,还有不定时为你烧烤再把肉分配到你的碟中,几乎都是有问必答。

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    Bulgogi Brothers

    Pairing with soju are mostly will be the meat. Spicy Chicken Maekjeok is well paired with the soju where the chicken thigh is being skewed together with the leak and garlic together. This is where the skewers of chicken thigh and the ingredients are being deep fried first and then it is put at the skewers of the satay pan and added with some spiciness in it. Deliciously made with the tender juicy skewers is simply irresistible.

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    Environment

    They have about 30 more outlet at canada, korea, and philippine. Now im going to try at their 1st restaurant at malaysia, located at Kelana Jaya. It quite easy to find, just inside the Paradigm Mall. Decoration here is very casual and clean, look so chinese style and at here their food must be strictly in accordance with standard procedures and production, therefore diners enjoy authentic Korean cuisine.

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    Chadol Baki

    Bulgogi Brothers is very famous marinated barbecued meat restaurant in south Korea. i try chadol Baki, mean barbecue beef slice with Bean sprouts, and I must admit that the food here is very delicious, especially the barbecue dish and sauce are really tasty. Beef slices very fresh and soft, but their taste a bit light, because they purpose is more to healthy. But they still provided chili sauce , salt and soy sauce.

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    Dak Galbi Bulgogi / Haemul Pajeon

    Dak Galbi Bulgogi is korean style pan-fry chicken meat, first they need to marinated chicken thigh meat before fry. They are using their secret recipe korean style chili sauce. Dak Galbi Bulgogi this dish quite suitable for malaysian, because spicy and chicken thigh taste spicy and fresh. Haemul Pajeon, simillar like our fu rong dan, but inside there have seafood.taste so smooth and yummy.

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    Unyang & Gwangyang-style Bulgogi.

    这里的服务我觉得是不错的。因为都很细心,会主动帮你服务,看到你手忙脚乱也会主动帮忙。这个 Unyang & Gwangyang-style Bulgogi.里面的牛肉真是好吃到不得了。首先心型牛肉是这里的招牌。当然脂肪也是很均匀。

  • 4.0

    鸡肉串烧

    这里的鸡肉串烧真的很好吃。鸡肉很软嫩,外层脆脆的。味道带点辣的味道。比起牛肉,我个人比较喜欢这个鸡肉串烧下饭。那个味道很下饭。虽然只有几串,可是我觉得刚刚。好吃的东西适量就好。

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    Haemul Pajeon

    这个韩国煎饼味道普普通同。可是里面的材料很有诚意。每一口都可以吃到满满材料。里面的海鲜很丰富,虾子很新鲜弹牙。不过如果再薄一点就好了。这里的环境是很不错的,周围散发着烧烤的香气。

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    Bulgogi Brothers @ Paradigm Mall

    Modern makeovers of Korean restaurants are all the rage in the Klang Valley. First, Namoo on the Park made its mark recently at Publika. Now, Bulgogi Brothers is set to make waves at Paradigm Mall and Pavilion. Complimentary starters: steamed corn, sugar snap peas and sweet potatoes. The Brothers chain in South Korea and the Philippines substitutes the peas with quail eggs; let's hope this pioneering Malaysian branch follows suit eventually. Lovingly crafted heart-shaped beef bulgogi (RM45.90++) is Bulgogi Brothers' pride. There's an experienced touch here; this franchise was brought to Malaysia by Chaswood Resources, which runs The Apartment, Malones, Laundry, Baci, Bedroom, Watami and more. Grilled to an aching tenderness. Bulgogi Brothers opened this weekend at Paradigm, with the Pavilion follow-up to launch by the first week of September. Expect further outlets at [email protected] and Mid Valley too eventually. Traditional soybean stew with crab, prawn and veggies (RM26.90++). Also well worth slurping up, thanks to a spicy richness that combines the flavors of both land and sea. Bonus Paradigm stop: returning to Cielo Dolci to check out the current flavors whipped up by gelato-making maestro Ong Kee Win. This weekend's wacky gelato and sorbet varieties encompass Cameron Highlands strawberry, banana parsley (!!!), barley lime, lavender-infused Belgian chocolate and peanut butter. Visitors to Paradigm, head to Cielo Dolci for the most satisfying finish possible to a shopping spree.

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    Bulgogi Brothers @ Paradigm Mall

    Modern makeovers of Korean restaurants are all the rage in the Klang Valley. First, Namoo on the Park made its mark recently at Publika. Now, Bulgogi Brothers is set to make waves at Paradigm Mall and Pavilion. Complimentary at this K-Pop-loving eatery: ultra-creamy pumpkin soup, naturally sweet. Can't take beef? No prob, there's a chicken equivalent too (RM29.90++), featuring thigh meat marinated for six hours in BB's secret sauce. Don't dump the dumplings: the seafood-stuffed ones here, served with mussels, shrimp and squid (RM33.90++), make our must-eat sense tingle. Like a cross between keropok lekor and karipap. Something special: Sweet plum golden-hued wine (RM66++).

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    Bulgogi Brothers @ Paradigm Mall

    Round Two for Bulgogi Brothers at Paradigm Mall. Bulgogi Brothers serves several variations of bibimbap; our pick is the one topped with raw beef _ and even rawer egg yolk _ for a refreshingly 'real' flavor. Side dishes, replenished as often as desired, include pickles, pumpkin mash and lotus roots... ... as well as kimchi and kangkung, all of assuredly satisfactory quality. Hot corn tea, an intriguing change from the green type.

  • 4.0

    Bulgogi Brothers @ Paradigm Mall

    Round Two for Bulgogi Brothers at Paradigm Mall. Seoulsik Bulgogi, a healthy-tasting recipe of chewing-barely-necessary beef with glass noodles, enoki mushrooms and leeks in sweet-savory apple-and-pear sauce. Korean ice cream is available too, at about RM6 a pop. Green melon and red bean flavors, delightful enough to make us feel like six-year-olds again. Korean Sojito (a sort-of Mojito with soju instead of rum) and Green Peach (midori, peach schnapps, orange juice). And icy plum tea to wrap up on a sweet note. Bulgogi Brothers remains scheduled to open its second outlet in Pavilion in two weeks.

  • 4.0

    Bulgogi Brothers @ Paradigm Mall

    Chaswood recently opened the first outlet of one of Korea's most popular casual dining brands, Bulgogi Brothers at Paradigm Mall Kelana Jaya. The restaurant with pleasant ambience is well decorated with contemporary Korean design. K-pop music will be playing in the background to enlighten the patron's dining experience. The service is good here with highly attentive servers to fulfill every patron's requests.
    Bulgogi Brothers is one of the top 2 South Korean casual dining chains and a frequent haunt of Korean celebrities. The brand was established with the opening of its first outlet in Gangnam, Korea in 2006.
    'Bul' means fire while 'gogi' means meat in Korean. Bulgogi is a savory dish that dates back to 200 years which seasoned meats are prepared and grilled by the tableside. At Bulgogi Brothers, the meat is grilled tableside by the server as each table is equipped with customized state-of-the-art built-in grill in induction cooker.Aside the bulgogi dishes, other must try items at Bulgogi Brothers are Kimchi Jjigae, spicy stew made with ripened kimchi, beef and tofu; Haemul Doenjang Jjigae, and Janchi Guksu, known as the 'party noodles' in Korea that served in seafood broth and garnished with vegetables. Haemul Doenjang Jjigae that costs 26.90 Ringgit Malaysia is a slow cooked doenjang broth or soybean stew served with shrimps, soft shell crab and various vegetables. The thick broth was rich in flavor with freshness from the seafood in slightly spicy.Bibimbab was another all-time signature in Korean cuisine. I had the Haemul Bibimbab at Bulgogi Brothers that cost 28.90 Ringgit Malaysia. It was served in a bowl of warm rice topped with various Namul (sautéed and seasoned vegetables) and spicy seafood. You need to stir the ingredients together thoroughly before eating. Aside seafood, there are other option to choose for the additions such as beef (Bulgogi Bibimbab), spicy chicken (Chicken Bibimbab) and sliced chili raw beef (Yukhoe Bibimbab).

  • 5.0

    Annyeonghaseyo, Bulgogi Brothers!

    I've tried numerous Korean BBQ restaurant in my whole life and only few left good impressions. Bulgogi Brothers is indeed an extraordinary one, not to mention the yummy and refillable banchan (side dishes) that contain of corn soup, kimchi, sweet lotus root, mashed pumpkins and yummy vegies, their main courses are beyond delicious too!
    Their must-try is Bulgogi Brothers Special (MYR 81.90) which is the combination of Unyang (beef patties) and Gwangyang (thinly sliced beef) that has been marinated and seasoned before served, another must try is Beef Bibimbap (MYR 29.90).
    The beef slices were so tasty and juicy, especially when wrapped together in fresh lettuce. Imagine the crunchy fresh lettuce with juicy beef inside plus, a secret explosion of special sauce, so yummy. Their Beef Bibimbap is really something too! Rice topped with beef bulgogi, raw egg yolk and vegies then mixed all at once with special sauce. Eat it while it's still hot, it's beyond delicious.
    A little bit pricey but it's worth the price. The portion of their food is quite big and enough for two persons. The staffs were so friendly and helpful too! They were so kind and patient no matter how many questions I've popped out, LOL. They also help in mixing and grilling for the best taste of the beef.

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