Twin brothers tend to know each other inside out, given that they always see one another and get under each other’s spana-50-6">skin. Play nice with today’s Groupon: for RM35, you get a RM50 cash voucher for food and drinks at Bulgogi Brothers at Paradigm Mall and Midvalley Megamall.
Since opening its flagship outlet in Gang-Nam, Seoul in 2006, Bulgogi Brothers has grown to include an international array of over forty eateries even within regions as far-flung as Philippines and the odd branch in Canada. Far from owing its spread to the widely-known viral club hit ode to their hometown, the establishment marches to the beat of its own bass and holds it own with faithful renditions of classic Korean food. Hearty meals pulled from the culinary legacy of the Land of the Morning Calm find accentuation within the restaurant’s Western-styled ambience though nonetheless retaining the authentic Asiatic tinge, keeping true to long-held cooking methods, as demonstrated through the sizzling display of cookery preceding a wholesome offering of the namesake bulgogi and bibimbap.
Meals come served with preparation and cook-ups unfolding right before diners’ plates, yielding a spectrum of colour and aroma as seasoned and marinated meat slices and choice vegetables cook in a whirlwind of flame and mastery, making for fresh servings delivered straight to awaiting plates and hankering mouths. The eponymous dish also makes for ideal treats with significant others, as the Unyang-style bulgogi platter resonates with appetites of the smitten, yielding a traditionally royal meal made up of seasoned meat, hand-pressed into affectionate heart-shaped patties. Besides the meaty mainstays, a variety of other similarly authentic dishes come splayed for the picking - including the savoury seafood pajeon pancake, and hot stews ranging from the kangdoenjang minced beef stew to the meticulously prepared galbi tang beef short ribs stew. Offering the logical next-step in the widespread craze for all things Korean, Bulgogi Brothers comes conveniently revealed in two outlets located in Paradigm Mall and Midvalley Megamall.
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Enjoy the spana-1655-6">grilling and sizzling scene in front of your eyes, while you are welcomed with the aroma that brings you the anticipation to tuck in the juicy, succulent meat. Have it original, or dip them into specially prepared Korean sauces and spices, letting an extra burst of flavours to develop in the palate. – Dec 20, 2013
The Seaoulsik Bulgogi did not look like an exact replica of what is shown on the menu but it was good none the less…the special bulgogi sauce of spana-311-6">apple and pear was excellent. These fruity tenderizers made the beef sweet, saucy, and nomworthy! My only complaint is that I could have nom’ed it all of it by myself which is what I might do the next time! The quality of the beef was excellent, as was the service. – Feb 23, 2013
– Lisa Noms
In a last bid to soak up some of the alcohol, we moved on to the rice-based dishes, and the Korean classic of Bibimbap came in two different guises – beef and chicken. Both were wheels of colour and veggies, topped with translucent raw eggs that were swiftly whirled in to the rice-veg-meat mix to disrupt the prettiness but produce dishes of tasty, wholesome yum. I was stuffed, but somehow there was room for a mouthful of this simple but satisfying dish. – May 17, 2013