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. The 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.
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.
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…