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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sam Sam Korean The Gardens Midvalley Bibimbap, Kimchi Jjigae, Tteokbukki (Halal)

So, this is not my first time eating those stuff. Probably about hundred times! lol. These three foods are very popular cuisine. Bibimbap is a mixed rice with a lot of different veggies and mushrooms, some minced beef, an egg, two tablespoon or more of gochujang (red pepper paste). Before eating, you have to mix them evenly. They often serve bibimbap with kimchi and potato side dish.

After mixing the ingredients, here what it looks like. Ready to eat!


Next is Kimchi Jjigae
Kimchi Jjigae
Kimchi jjigae is my all time favorite dish. It taste a little bit like our local 'Asam Pedas'. Kimchi jjigae means Stew Kimchi. It's serve with a bowl of hot rice and side dishes. If you are the type that loves hot and sour soups, you'll definitely love this!

Another one is tteokbukki. Tteokbukki is like a snack dish. It's actually made of rice cakes with spicy gravy. In comparison to our local dishes, I would like to say tteokbukki matches really well with 'Yong Tau Fu'. Tteokbukki is very popular in korean drama and variety show. Because of that, you must try that as well. The rice cake is chewable and the gravy just went well with the rice cake. Some restaurant serves rice cake with fishcakes and some put ramyun into it. The tteokbukki also comes with some vegetables in it. The best part that i like is the sprinkle sesame seeds. Korean dishes taste different with the addition of sesame seeds and sesame oil.

Tteokbukki! Yummy

Thirsty? Ouh yes! I drank a Bon Cafe cuppa yesterday! Really wakes me up after sleeping about 10 minutes in the cinema while watching Transformers 3 lol!
Refreshing!
Empty!

그 사람 finished the tteokbukki i ordered, after having a full stomach, i cannot stuff the tteokbukki anymore. lol.

Very cheap because man always have to pay?haha


Boncafe. RM1.80 each cup. Mamak stall cost higher for a delicious hot coffee like this.

My so called lunch-dinner here at The Gardens Food Court . The Korean Stall is actually called 'Sam Sam Korean' which means 'Thirty Three' in Korean. Went there yesterday with 그 사람, coincidently with B.E.R.S.I.H day, so what to expect? There's only us eating there! With some workers and kitchen staffs. It feels like home! lol. If you didn't believe me, trust the pictures:
Spot anyone?No?Yes?
The Korean Food Stall

See? No one else!
Okay, okay. Now there's someone
Full stomach~~~ Happy heart, happy face! I love Korean food! Yay



5 comments:

neTToboy said...

been thr before, they are really selling nice and affordable food!.. nice post thr! =p

Hime said...

@neTToboy
hey, i love eating there because that place is actually quite comfortable and not too crowded.looks exclusive but affordable at price :)

Sharinginfoz said...

kena cuba ni

hazila said...

Akak ada nampak bekas untuk kimchi jigae tu, boleh tahan juga harganya. Plan nak buat tteokbokki sehari dua ni...

Hime said...

@hazila
wah..akak!! nak jugak!

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