Thanis Lim

All Rounder Chef and Food Journalist

Kimchi Restaurant - ANNYEONG HASEYO!!

A popular Korean dining experience, where you can have good Korean BBQ, soups and lovely desserts, with welcoming d├ęcor and good service staff, Kimchi restaurant is my preferred Korean place.
Kimchi restaurant is located at Regenct in Kiulap. 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. Korean food is of course, not just BBQ. They have a wide variety of choices below!
You gotta love those condiments! Essential to every Korean dining experience.
This caramelized sweet crispy ikan bilis is one of my fav condiments ~~ other than kimchi of course!
Ya gotta love kimchi!

Seaweed Soup

Kimchi Tofu Stew
Steamed Egg Korean style ~~ oooh yessss~~
Egg Rolls
I am a fan of Kimchi Fried Rice ~~ the Kimchi gives that extra flavour!
Kimchi Fried Beehoon! Oh yes yes!
Tapioca noodles ~~ another Korean delicacy. Chap Chae (is my spelling correct?! LOL)
Koreans actually have their own rice rolls called Gim Bap – a slight difference from Sushi and they taste great with Kimchi!
I daresay their fried chicken is crispilicious! Crunchy NOM-ing goodness!DSCF2005
Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup!
Slurping up the goodness of this ginseng soup!
No Korean meal is complete without the iconic sizzling hot stone pot rice dish BIBIMBAP!
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

Roll roll~~

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.
Beef, chicken and lamb ~~ ohhh yesshh ~~ thinly sliced, marinated and ready for some grillin! There are different flavours so you get a lot of choices!
Sizzling goodness!
The seafood set consists of marinated squid, prawns, scallops and mussels topped with a cube of butter and lime slices. Hmm...
Mother of seafood!

The vegetables set consists of sliced pumpkins and sweet potatoes, sweet corn and enoki mushrooms.

I like to grill my seafood shell side down
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.DSCF0834
Grilled Korean Beef wrapped with Kimchi ~~ oooh laaa laaa ~~
Grilled Scallops anyone?
Kimchi also offers delicious desserts such as the iconic Korean ABC! PATBINGSU!!DSCF2016
Patbingsu, which is Korean's version of ABC. Give this a try! I super love their sweet potatoes!!
I especially like their smooth Soy Bean Pudding which makes a refreshing ending to all the spicy and tasty Korean BBQ.
They have big tables and well separated for big family functions or friendly gatherings!
Kimchi Restaurant
Unit 19, Block B, Regent Square, Simpang 150, Kg Kiarong (opposite Asian-Inc office)
Call to make bookings and enquiries: 2222233

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My love for cheese

I had to admit it. I love cheese… more than any famous mouse you can imagine. When I hit those high end buffets – I would be nom nom-ing the cheeses from the cheese board and pairing them with fruits like rock melon, honeydew, apples, grapes or jam.

When my friend was coming back from Australia and offered to bring back cheeses for me. I chose a triple cream brie and a blue cheese. Friend picked the famous Australian Blue Cheese – the King Island Roaring Forties and also their triple cream brie. I did a research and found it’s actually pretty good.


The Roaring Forties Blue Cheese – You can’t eat the wax btw ~~ my parents squirmed at the smell while I savoured it! It’s either you love it or hate it ~~ like Durian ~~

“If I could force feed (in a friendly way) every blue naysayer one type of mouldy fromage, this would be it. Buttery yellow and encased in black wax, its flavour is full but not sharp. More memorable are the sweet, fruity and nutty notes. It’s firm, creamy and one of my favourite cheeses – in any category. Named after the “roaring 40s,” perilous westerly winds that blow along the 40th latitude where King Island is located, the milk comes from the island’s own herds renowned for their pure, sweet milk.” from 


The Triple Cream Brie is smooth soft and creamy. Oh I can’t wait to sink my teeth onto this too!

Now the question is – how do you usually enjoy cheese? Most people would say enjoy it with wine and crackers but there’s more to that. Cheese can go well with some tangy sweet fruits, honey and jam while some even smear it with butter on toast! Although purists would argue that mellowing them out with butter or honey would spoil a good cheese. I feel some ingredients enhance the cheese while some just don’t work out.


Ready for my cheese board!


Honeycomb and honey adds a fragrant sweet touch to your cheeses~













Concentrated fig jam with dried figs and sesame seeds for crunch!


The naked blue cheese ~~ stripped of it’s wax ~~oooh yes ~~


I must say – honeycomb go very well with the triple cream brie and crackers! Delicious!


I can’t say the same for the blue cheese with honeycomb. Not the best combination.



This blue cheese does go well with grapes and apples!


I must say ~ fig jam goes very well with both the blue cheese and the creamy brie!


Oh sweet brie with fig jam! Yummers!!

An interesting use for blue cheese is to make them into ice cream! I might try this some other time but if you’re interested – there’s a recipe for it! Click on the ice cream picture.


Would you dare to dry this blue cheese ice cream? I would!!

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