Bbq Restaurants in Malaysia – 18 Restaurants
Daorae serves a wide variety of Korean dishes. Daorae operates by the motto ‘the customers is always right’, thus their main objective is to provide good services to their customers.
Daorae is a fairly good Korean restaurant franchise, where customers sit on the wooden floor-like with holes in it, the free to refill side dishes, and of cause the expensive and delicious BBQ meat. The service is quick and friendly, and it is not too crowded.
The Japanese restaurant well decorated with the cosy and classy interior, with warm lighting, is indeed bringing us a welcoming experience. The restaurant offers a great time in sizzling without the smoke which is what I love the most. Each table comes with a smokeless roasters and down-draft system.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 534 Reviews
Gyu-Kaku’s version of Tantan ramen, having springy ramen immerse in thick, rich broth, looks fiery hot but actually mild, more pronounced in sweetness.
Overall, it was a super good buffet for us. Even 2 hours is more than enough for us as we are small eaters. By the time we reach 3rd round, we are full. Hahahaha!! The staffs are efficient in changing the griller once it turns black. Good Job guys but you guys should also be active in refilling the Veggie for the customer. By the time we reach our 3rd round, the veggies are no longer refilled. Such a pity!! We need veggie to eat together with the meat. Hope, you guys improve on it!!
posted goodyfoodies.blogspot.com 25 Reviews
The ban chan didn't taste too fresh either, so overall not a great dining experience here. When we were paying, I noticed a sign saying that they would be changing their name to Dae Bak soon. This is a far cry from the Publika outlet. NOT a place I would be returning to anytime soon.
Operation Hour : Tue - Sun : 6:00 pm - 12:00 am
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsSuperb
Here comes another Yakiniku in Kepong!! Authentic BBQ 古早烧烤 serve Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) in a very simple and traditional way. Grill with a traditional pot of charcoal in an open air restaurant or should I called it a food stall. Here offer every part of meat or offal of Pig, Beef and Lamb that can eaten. The bite-sized raw meat is well prepared and you just grill it once the 'fire' is ready. Very simple and enjoyable.
Korean charcoal bbq.
Went there for supper and dinner. The boss and lady-boss were very friendly. Worth a try. First time tried a charcoal BBQ and the taste is much better :D . And they served lunch starting frm RM12