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Kim's Dakgalbi Korean Food New In Ipoh

A night of mingling with the Korean family and their exotic meal....yes, I was invited to a preview of Korean food by my classmate.  She invited a few of us to try out the Korean food in this restaurant owned by a Korean couple and her family. 
The name of the restaurant... Kim's Dakgalbi meaning Chicken BBQ 
It is situated along  Jalan Medan Ipoh 1B, Medan Ipoh Bistari, Ipoh
The tables and the equipment were imported directly from Korea....
We were served by the Korean couple themselves.... 
We were their first customers before the shop is even opened....
This is how it goes......
First dish with the vegetables and chicken meat....
After one round, they added noodles.... 
When that was finished, the rice was next!! 
Imagine how "bloated" our stomach was then.... LOL....
But worry not, the condiments here is to neutralize what we had eaten.... 
All these while, husband and wife team entertained us with their Korean slant and dialogue...
And I learn a new word... Hadi.. hadi...
Next comes the soup!
Healthy food.. oil-less soup....
OH OH..... anyone loves these???? 
My friends just popped one after another into their mouth.... hmmmmm....
This is nice... 
Korean rice wine (if I didn't get it wrong)
Hadi me please!
One picture to remember our Korean Dinner Gathering!
I learn a new Korean word from the little girl that evening...
She kept calling me to "Hadi" her.....
And now I have numerous pictures of this cute little girl...
 So... anyone can guess what "Hadi" means???
LOL....

Comments

  1. Oh my, this looks amazing! How much for one person? I think we have one just opened in Penang, gonna check it out real soon :D

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  2. Not a fan of Korean or Japanese food but their food are mostly very healthy. "Hadi" reminds me of my ex-college....our office boy.

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  3. Hadi = heart? Hug?

    You all are VIP guests. Get to be served by owners even before the restaurant is open for business.

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  4. I hope you tell us next time what Hadi is! I think it means to get served with a plate of food, or to pass the food. Looks like you had such fun! What is that in the soup, it looks like eggs...

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  5. You will walk out of there smelling like some thing form their BBQ hot plate... Don't see the suction thing to suck out all the smoke.

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  6. Wow lots of food you had.. Nice.. Usually will order bibimbap, bugolgi and that eggy soup.. All nice.. But I don't really fancy those side dishes though.. Sometimes more than 8 types, not all are nice.. One thing I don't like is my hair will stink after a Korean meal, due to the bbq-ing and all.. But other than that, I like :)

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  7. oh Korean food!! nice nice, especially love the BBQ and the wide spread of "banchan" (the side dishes given free).. haha, no idea what Hadi means.. something like hugs, kisses?? hehe.. :p

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  8. Looks good. Me wanna try... wait for Jo and SL to be back. They live Korean food like me ;)

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  9. This's fun, like everyone cooking together, hehe!!!

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  10. I did googled the word and the translation for it, is hardy

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  11. It's good that you write about it.

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