Monday, 22 October 2012

Bulgogi Brothers, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Bulgogi Brothers, Pavilion
by Jennifer Dela Montana

Bulgogi Brothers is Korean barbeque at its best. With thirty-five restaurants in Korea and 200-year-old recipes, they know how to surprise and delight their guests.  Bulgogi Brothers prides itself on providing an authentic Korean experience, importing spices and sauces to maintain the Bulgogi Brother’s essence.


Bulgogi Brothers restaurant, Pavillion


Bulgogi Brothers restaurant, Pavillion


As a guest of Bulgogi Brothers you are welcomed with a variety of six wonderful appetizers, soup and their house recipe, Kimchi. Guests can feast on different kinds of Bulgogi dishes right at their table, which has a built in induction cooker. We started our evening with the “must have” Haemul Pajeon.  A Korean style pancake made with fresh vegetables. As one of the guest so eloquently stated, "with the first bite your mouth comes alive and wants more." As the meal continued we were delighted by, Seoulsik Bulgogi, beef strips marinated with apple and pear juice. Haemul Doenjang Jjigae, slow cooked seafood stew and Jangchi Guksu, also known as “party noodles.”  But the dish that received the most applause was the Chodal Baki, beef brisket served with sweet potatoes, mushrooms, bean sprouts and onions. This dish was beautiful to watch cook and amazing to eat.  As the evening came to a close we ended our meal with a lovely sweet plum tea. Tradition states that plum tea is good for digestion.

Reason to visit: Delicious food, reasonable prices and a nice Korean atmosphere.

Bulgogi Brothers
Pavillion KL
Lot 6.01.03, Level 6, Pavillion KL Shopping Mall
No. 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
P: 603.2141.9620
F: 603.2141.9621
E: pavilion@bulgogibros.com.my

17 comments:

  1. I've seen a few posts on this place already. The name sounds Russian or something along that line - did not expect it to be Korean. Haven't really tried authentic Korean - can't really remember their cuisine other than the mee sua in ginseng chicken soup with their traditional white wine - had it when I was there many many years ago and I loved it soooo much. Went back the next day for another round!

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    1. Defiantly try it again, I think you will like it.

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  2. haven't check this place yet.. but its on my list... what would you highly recommend? ;)

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    1. I enjoyed the Chodal Baki, beef brisket. Loved it!

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  3. Very interesting restaurant name. Aiyoh, makes me wanna fly to Korea again.

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    1. You don't need to fly off to Korea, just go to Bulgogi Brothers.

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  4. I like thier bimbimbap there! Its yummy! =)

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  5. Did you know that the first outlet was in Gangnam? Hahaha! Good food and reasonably priced :)

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    1. I didn't know that. Yes, it's good food and reasonably price.

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  6. I like the idea of adding bean sprout in the portion :)

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    1. It was a great idea by the chef and really made the dish.

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  7. here's crossing our fingers for bulgogi brothers' future in KL. maybe in a year's time, they'll be the go-to place for folks craving convenient korean meals! :D

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  8. Will be checking them out real soon since its so near my office.

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