Sunday, November 8, 2009

Daorae in Penang

As my birthday is just around the corner, my old pals gave me a birthday treat yesterday at the Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant.

This restaurant is located right in front of the Bukit Jambul big roundabout in the i-avenue shoplots. It consists of 2 storeys, the lower one with tables and chairs and the upper with only tables. So you get to do the Japanese style seat. We also managed to get a place upstairs. It was a very cozy ambience when I first stepped into Doarae. The supervisors are Koreans while most of the waiters are of other nationality (Myanmar i supposed). But i have to say, the service is superb!
As usual, if you frequent Korean restaurants, they usually start all their meals with appetizers. At Daorae, we have 8 appetizers plus 1 vegetable soup to start off with.

every table is given a jar of their wheat tea-very refreshing and smells like "Horlicks"

your own set ofcutlery


yummy huh??
 So here's what we ordered for the night...

2 bbq meat we had-both chicken and the meat is really tender!

top-"kimchi jeon", a savoury spicy Korean style pancake (warning: very big portion, we couldn't finish and the Korean boss was kind enough to tapao for us)
bottom-1 of my never-to-be-missed Korean dishes, "jap chae", in simple terms, fried glass noodle



top left-Korean style of "cawan mushi"
top right-appetizer soup with vegetables (love it!)
bottom-"soon-dubu-jjigae", soft tofu with seafood simmered in spicy sauce (also comes with a choice of chicken or beef)


As you can see, the prices are reasonable too as compared to other Korean restaurants.
In a nutshell, the food here taste good! I would love to go back again for other choices of food and this time perhaps more bold to try more conventional Korean food.
In the mean time, happy eating!!
Where at?
15-2-G/1/2, Bayan Point,
Medan Kampung Relau,
11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang
04-6402616
 

2 comments:

zakiranSiraj said...

hello...nama saya Kay. and i am a muslim..restoran ni halal tak? sbb I nak cuba juga... and harga dia mcm mana? I ni student lagi @ USM

Beary Informative said...

hello Kay, unfortunately the restaurant serves pork but i am sure there could be some other Korean restaurants out there which are halal :)