Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant – Korean BBQ in Desa Sri Hartamas

Daorae Korean BBQ has various outlets which include Subang USJ, Kota Damansara, Puchong, Kepong as well as this one in Desa Sri Hartamas. This establishment is along the same row as Maybank and is quite easy to spot with its sign board brightly lit in red and blue.

Daorae Korean BBQ

Daorae Korean BBQ

As expected from a Korean BBQ restaurant, you get an assortment of side dishes. The one I always look forward to is kimchi, which literally translated means “to preserve”. Kimchi is a traditional Korean pickled dish that is made of pickled vegetables¬† (typically cabbage) in a spicy sauce. There were quite a few side dishes, however as the night was rather busy, it took the staff some time to refill the bowls.

Mmmm Kimchi

Mmmm Kimchi

Some greens to go with the meat

Some greens to go with the meat

In this Korean BBQ, you have the stove right in front of you and the staff would come around to help you cook it. This is the typical way of grilling meats such as beef, pork and chicken.

Before

Before

We had the Woo-sel-goo-ee which is thin slices of fresh ox tongue. You can dip it in a salted sesame oil sauce and wrap it in some of the greens that of course, like other Korean BBQ restaurants are refillable.

After

After

Sesame Oil Sauce

Sesame Oil Sauce

The Yang-nyum Dak-gal-bi is lean skinless chicken fillets marinated in a soy sauce, after cooked they would cut it up into smaller bite size pieces. The restaurant was rather busy at the time and at times it was quite difficult to get attention of the staff especially since we were situated in one of the rooms. However, after every item that we cooked, they came around to change the metal plate so that we would not get the remains of the charred bits.

Chicken Chicken Chicken

Chicken Chicken Chicken

The Dongtae Tang (RM70) is one of the various hotpots available. It includes chunks of Pollack fish, tofu and vegetables simmering in a chili soup. The soup was quite tasty, however for the price, perhaps there could have been more of the Pollack in the soup.

Dongtae Tang

Dongtae Tang

Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant

No.27&29, 1st Floor, Plaza Crystal Ville Center,

Jalan 23/70A,

Desa Sri Hartamas,

50480 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-62032616

Non-Halal

Opening Hours: 12pm-2pm,530pm-11pm


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11 Comments

  1. email2me, 4 years ago

    Daorae’s Korean food are always the best!

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  2. William, 4 years ago

    Actually there’s another korean place i like in hartamas as well… it’s called… actually I can’t remember what it’s called.

    The sign just says ‘restoran korea’ followed by some korean words. But will post about it soon.

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  3. Christy, 4 years ago

    what are the prices like ya? tnx.

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    • William, 4 years ago

      You’re probably looking at around RM30 – RM50 per bbq meat dish… quite standard prices for Korean restaurants now-a-days.

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  4. bigdua, 3 years ago

    Yep, prices are quite standard for such Korean BBQ nowadays but never, never patronise the Puchong branch. The service stinks and the Korean manager behaves as though the food is for free and the customers owe him a favour. BTW, a plain bowl of rice,which i presume is superior quality, cost RM 5. I suppose it’s still highly rated though.

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  5. Colene, 3 years ago

    Daorae is awesome!!Many Korean artist and bands were there…Rain, FT Island, TVXQ, Shinhwa, U-kiss, Beast and many more…

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  6. Vivian Wang, 3 years ago

    BE AWARE! they have one rule that if you have 4 adults going, you MUST order at least 4 sets, if you insist, they will not refil side dishes for you. rediculous rules. and their plain rice is RM5.00 per normal korean bowl.

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  7. Aynawn, 3 years ago

    you should try the Korean restaurant in TTDI plaza.. its a little classy.. it used to be called ‘K’, when it was a bbq restaurant, but now its a restaurant where they serve solely Royal Korean Food. i read online its the exact same food that the Kings and royal families of ancient korea ate, and its done by some top end chef. it sounded a bit much at first, but it sort of made alot of sense when i tried! a solid 9/10

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  8. steve-0, 3 years ago

    Thanks Aynawn! Will take that recommendation when we head out for Korean food next time :)

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    • Joe, 2 years ago

      Wow, i’m three years regular curtomer to DAORAE, i’ll come back again.

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  9. Buddha, 2 years ago

    Daorae, Korean BBQ is No.1 in malaysia, they serve the food very fast, clean and fresh. Please must have try once to go Daorae…

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