Monday, May 18, 2009

'Chung Wa Dae' Korean Food restaurant

Craving for Korean food yesterday.. Went to Ampang area. Hubby say this area lots of Korean food restaurant and I can see he was right. But unfortunately most of them close on sunday. Found 1 open.. *shiuuu..*

Chung Wa Dae Korean restaurant
Lot B1-1. Blouvard II, one Ampang Avenue, Jln Ampang utama 2/2, Ampang.
Business hour: 11am - 11pm

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BBQ or Steamboat? We try the BBQ.. ^ ^


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Korean restaurant with a Bangladesh waiter.. Quite confuse.. am I at Bangladesh??? or in Korea?? Coz all the workers are from Bangladesh.. :-D (except for the lady boss AKA the chef.. I guess)


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Jelly with chillies... Weird...but I ate them all.. ;-p


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Fiesta!!


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Iron chopstick.. Soo difficult to use...Coz its flat.. not like normal chopsticks rounded like pencil..

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I always love to watch (Korean movie) how they eat using their spoon (Long spoon ^ ^).. Today.. I am using it for the 1st time... lol... I love the spoon... ^_^


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My opinion, the food was 'so so' only.. My hubby say..well thats how it is.. I think I prefer japanese food.. ;-p, as for the Kimchi.... I prefer the Tesco readymade Kimchi better (Lots of flavour)

My rate : 5.5/10 (you might have different taste...so ... you know.. ;-p)



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5 comments:

Miss Mathew said...

lol! bangla murah bah moi..& u notice or not, d background of d korean rstrnt is of Big Ben, London ;) hebat! very international owh! tapi nampak very d sedap owh d food...

Cath J said...

Oh ya lah ms M... lol...!!!!!

Cindy Khor said...

but i love bbq korean food all wrap in lettuce leaf... if the food is not that good then i guess it must be really weird tasting... yeah, i love to watch how korean eat their rice with metal chopsticks and spoon. maybe i should purchase them to satisfy my korean fetish

kadazan man said...

its the same here. went to a japanese restaurant and they have indians as their cooks. and in most of the malaysian restaurants, they all have spanish cooks in the kitchen. not that i have anything against it. the food is still what it should be:)

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