The sliced chicken was tender, the cabbage was cooked to slightly softer and the rice cake was just so yummy. And we were glad we ordered the udon as the 2 portion of Dak Galbi seem slightly small for a couple. So, if you were to go in a group of men, you might want to order slightly more depending on your appetite. You do feel like having fried kuey tiao at some point but the secret recipe of the sauce has made the taste somewhat more delicious. It does not taste even close to Kimchi as it is not sour, but something you should really give it a try.
Each portion of Dak Galbi is priced at RM19 for non-spicy and RM22 for spicy. The side dishes of ramen and fried rice cost RM6 each, while the udon cost RM8 each. Banchan, drinking water and coffee are unlimited and complimentary.