Korean cuisine are becoming popular in Malaysia. In Kuala Lumpur, you will find many Korean restaurants in Sri Hartamas. Meanwhile, in Selangor, a great number of Korean restaurant are located in Ampang. It is very common to find barbeque dishes in Korean cuisines. Customers may order a variety of ingredients to barbeque, such as chicken fillets, pork and beef.
Each serving of meat comes with onions, mushrooms and potatoes. So while barbecuing your meat, remember to barbeque the rest with the meat. If you prefer the chef to cook it for you, feel free to do so. In fact, let them cook it for you as they are more experienced.
The meat has not been marinated earlier, therefore sauces and some salt and pepper are needed to enhance the taste.
Whilst, the Korean barbeque are very popular among the locals here, but do you know that barbeque are not the only thing that have in the Korean cuisine? In fact, Hong Park Sa is famous for it’s Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup). Samgyetang is tradisionally served in the summer. As this Korean soup is packed with healthy nutrients, Koreans usually have it during the hot summers in Korea. The special thing about this soup is that, a whole young chicken is stuffed with glutinous rice and boiled in a broth of Korean ginseng, dried dates, garlic, ginger and other herbs. To enjoy this dish better, the chicken should be broken up to release the glutinous rice into the soup.