DakGalBi is one of the most popular Korean meals. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to review this new restaurant Choi’s Don & Dak located at 30, Jalan Kuchai Maju 8 Kuchai Entrepreneur Park Off Old Klang Road Kuala Lumpur.
Choi’s Don & Dak décor is one of a very simple setting and it is brightly lit place where you can easily see what is being cooked in the hot teppan top.
In the centre of each table is a special thick cast iron hot plate where the DakGalBi will be cooked.
One of the biggest problem eating DakGalBi is that there will be a lot of vapour that emits from the hot plate and when you are done with your meal, your whole body and clothes shirt is blanketed with this vapour of BBQ. So, this special hot plate actually does not emit that much vapour as compared to some other DakGalBi restaurant, so you won’t be smelt like a BBQ after leaving the restaurant.
Another feature of this special cast iron hot plate is, it does not burn easily so the food will continue to stay piping hot and you can continue eating it without rushing.
We understand that all DakGalBi outlet will only serves chicken meat, but at Choi Don & Dak, customers can opt for either Chicken or Pork. The Pork is serve using the style of Jumuluck where the pork meat are hand press and massage with the special pork sauce before serving it.
The cost per head for the DakGalbi at Choi Don & Dak @Kuchai Entrepreneur Park is RM19.80 per head and it is serves with a generous portion of vegetables with some side of vegetables i.e fresh green lettuce as a wrap, garlic slices, green chillies, pickled onion and a special mash potato.
One of the key plus point at Choi’s Don & Dak is that all the DakGalbi sauce are made in-house using pear, apple, fruits and some special ingredient which are made by the boss herself Ms Grace Choi, from Korea. So, you really get to taste the original Korean Homemade flavours at this restaurant.
Eating this DakGalbi with a wrap of lettuce and garlic slice.
For some add-on, you can choose the mix sausage where you can choose 3 flavours out of 5 which include the normal, cheese, black pepper, garlic, or mushroom sausage. Note: All the add-on the picture for the add-on is just a half portion. You actually gets more than that for your orders.
You can also add on fresh mushroom which includes the shimeji and Enoki at RM8.00.
Other option of noodles includes the Udon (RM7.00)
Ramen (RM6.00) and mozzarella cheese (RM8.00).
For those that would like a simple meal, you can opt for a Ramyun Ramen – RM12,00.
or the Korean Jiapaghetti (RM7.80)- it is a dry ramen that taste much like the dry wantan noodle.
Or if you are a rice person, you can opt for the Fried Rice With Dry Laver. This special fried rice uses the Japanese round grain sticky rice with Korean seaweed, Kim chi sauce and fresh green lettuce.
The rice is fried on the teppan top till a crisp on the outer layer. The rice has a strong fragrant of the seaweed, much like the taste of fried sushi.
Finally, we had the Pork Cutlet (RM16.80), which is coated with bread crumbs and fried to a crisp and topped with an onion brown sauce.
The next time, you have a yearning for some real Korean Teppan BBQ, you might want to give Choi’s Don & Dak @ Kuchai Entrepreneur Park a try.
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