Kimchi Restaurant All You Can Eat BBQ
Saturday, September 05, 2009Korean food has not caught up in popularity yet in Brunei but in Australia, it's a big hit! People have yet to actually understand and appreciate Korean food. Recently, I decided to try out Kimchi's All You Can Eat BBQ, their Ramadhan Promotion.
Kimchi restaurant is located at Regency Qlap. If you don't know where that is, it's the same area as Deseo, National Insurance Branch and also the new Excapade Sushi Branch in Qlap.
Kimchi uses nontick hotplates so your food's not likely to stick to the plate while you're cooking.
They also got exhaust on top of all bbq tables to absorb all the smoke and smell from the bbq so you won't walk out of the restaurant smelling like smoked beef.
For appetizers, they have assorted kimchis for you to savour and also two soups
Korean Style Seafood Pancake which goes very well rolled with cabbage kimchi, sliced bbq meats or on it's own. One of my fav things about Korean cuisine!
Place your choice of kimchi or meat on top of pancake
Grab one end with chopsticks
Simply sensational! You can be creative and throw in bbq squid or sliced sweet potatoes topped with Korean hot bean paste~ be creative! Create your own pancake roll.
Now on to the stuff to BBQ. They come in 3 different sets. The meat, seafood and vegetables sets. It's all you can eat so you can ask for refill everytime you finish each set.
The first set is the assorted meat set which includes marinated lamb, beef and chicken (in two flavours - spicy and non spicy)
The seafood set consists of marinated squid, prawns, scallops and mussels topped with a cube of butter and lime slices. Hmm...
The vegetables set consists of sliced pumpkins and sweet potatoes, sweet corn and enoki mushrooms.
You can eat the BBQ meats on their own but koreans like to wrap their meats with fresh lettuce leaves, sliced onions, shallots or garlic and a little bit (or a lot) of Korean hot bean paste.
Assemble your wrap healthy delicious wrap~
Roll and eat~~ it's really enjoyable. And same with rolling pancakes, you can create your own lettuce wraps! This makes it an enjoyable dinner with family and friends.
They also have an array of desserts for this buffet.
Fresh rockmelon, honeydew and watermelon slices
Patbingsu, which is Korean's version of ABC. Give this a try!
I especially like their smooth Soy Bean Pudding which makes a refreshing ending to all the spicy and tasty Korean BBQ.
If you like Shabu shabu at Ice Bar, you will absolutely love the Korean BBQ experience. The cooking and wrapping of bbq meats with lettuce leaves and seafood pancake is simply enjoyable and fun!
Korean BBQ is $19.80 for adults and $11.80 for children under the age of 12.
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