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The Best Korean Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur

Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant

I love Korean food; in fact I love all kinds of food. ;)

If you are looking for the best Korean Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, head on to Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant located in Desa Sri Hartamas.  Note that Daorae has a chain of restaurants scattered all over Malaysia and the Klang Valley but my favourite is still the headquarters which is located at Desa Sri Hartamas.

Today, I decided to have dinner there and the bottomline, it was a very satisfying dinner. The food was great and the service was excellent — as usual. My cravings for good Korean food is fulfilled by Daorae time and time again. ┬áThe food here is comparable to those I tasted in Seoul.

If you are looking for the best Korean restaurant in town, look no further than Daorae Korean BBQ. Geon Bae!! :)

p.s. If you have had good Korean food elsewhere, please leave a note of that restaurant in the comment section below, I would love to give it a try. ;)

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Durian Tempura, Imperial Rama, Resorts World Genting

The next time you visit Resorts World Genting (passionately known as Genting Highlands), head on to the Imperial Rama Restaurant — located in Highlands Hotel.

There is this dessert dish that is to-die-for. Each time I get the opportunity to eat there, I’ll make sure that I order the Durian Tempura.

The food presentation is rather “normal” but the taste is awesome; close to heavenly. The trick here is to eat it immediately when served. The weather in Genting is humid and cold; so your dish is going to get soggy when left on the lady susan for a while.

When you take a bite, you will be overwhelmed with the ying and yang sensations. The outer tempura is hot and crispy while the durian paste inside is soft and cold. When this ying-yang mixture is in your mouth, the hot neutralised the cold while the soft texture counters the crispy-ness.

My hats-off to the chef. Well done and the price (RM$8 each) I paid for is well worth it.

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Fortigate SSL VPN Client for Mac OS X

I have been searching the Internet for a Fortigate VPN client for my Mac; and found out that one had to download the client software from Fortinet’s website — if you have a customer login with them.

I’m not sure why they make it so difficult for Mac users. If you are a PC, I bet the client software is everywhere on the WWW.

Anyone can help out a fellow Mac-er here… :(

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