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Nak Won BBQ Restaurant, Taman Danau Desa.

The previous blog entry is about Korean fashion and this entry is about Korean food! :P

We had Korean food a few days ago in conjunction with the upcoming Father's Day celebration. We sort of celebrated daddy's day in advance not because daddy wants a celebration or anything. Instead, it was due to mummy's craving for Korean cuisine after Aunty Mun's recommendation of Nak Won BBQ Restaurant.

Restaurant Nak Won
Taman Desa Branch:
7-1-1,
Jalan 2/109F, Taman Danau Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: (+603) 7987 3004 Fax: (+603) 7987 5004

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Bob-Muk-Ja (It means "Let's eat" in Korea)

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Daddy Chaw and Mummy Chaw~

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So here's Brother Chaw with me lol.

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We visited Nak Won on a weekday but almost all the seats were occupied! 

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No idea why they put the Teddy Bear there lolll!

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Here are the three different types of spices they served! I like the second one the best, it's like a mixture of seasoning oil, sesame seeds and salt.


One of the best things about Korean cuisine is their vastness of SIDE DISHES! What's more, the side dishes are all refillable!
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Their Kimchi is not that spicy; Seasoned vegetables are super appetizing!

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BBQ Pork Belly. Not as good as I thought, rather bland.

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Ginseng Chicken Soup! It's really savory with a whole spring chicken, stuffed with glutinous rice and boiled in a broth of Korea Ginseng. 

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Marinated Chicken grilled to perfection. We're all glad that this didn't turn us down. I love how juicy and tasty the meat chunks were! Couple it with a slice of cabbage and expect a taste of paradise. ;)

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Fried cuttlefish with chicken. Quite spicy! And the proportion of cuttlefish to chicken was quite disappointing as we could only find 5 small slices of cuttlefish in the pile. The rest were chicken chunks, cucumbers and other vegetables. :(

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In a brief highlight, the side dishes are wonderful appetizers to kick start your meal; and the marinated chicken is a highly recommended main course, if you ever plan to visit Nak Won!

8 comments

  1. Hello Jessica! I love reading your entries so much. Have tried Acme Bar's sizzling brownie. Utter disappointment. :( Hope you could blog more reliable restaurants. Some are really overrated.

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  2. Anonymous: Well, all the reviews are my personal opinions and everyone has different taste. :)

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  5. Hey Anonymous. Do you like eating durian?

    A: Yes! Durian isn't the king of fruit for nothing! It's succulent flesh and rich taste make a perfect sensation we will not get to taste on other fruits - nothing beats durian! What twisted soul does anyone in this world possess to not like durian?!!

    B: No. I think it seriously stinks. I don't even want to walk near a durian. I seriously don't get those who love durians so much. I somehow think they like eatin rubbish. Stinky all the same.

    So here's the deal. If you like durian I say "B" to you. If you don't I say "A" to you. Now how do you feel? Go to bed and have a good sleep, then wake up with some sense. Otherwise, don't even bother waking up anymore :)

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  6. Hey not sure if you have tried Seoul Korea which is one building away from Nak Won. To me it's much better as I stayed in that area and I tried both for quite many times. :)

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