May had specially requested to have a Korean BBQ dinner for her birthday, despite not being a big fan of Korean BBQ decided to give this place a try after reading some good review from Vkeong. Since it’s a Thursday night, the place is quiet and cozy.
The surrounding area is filled with skyscrapers!
Charcoal stove for BBQ-ing the meat, basically it’s gas operated heating up a pile of charcoal. You get to choose to have the meat cook at your table or at a separate cooking area, we feeling that we want to smell like we just walk out from a BBQ restaurant, decided to have it cook at our table.
The assorted side dishes that comes with the meal. You get to replenish as often as you like, and there are quite a few that is nice.
Dae Ji Wang Gal Bi (Pork Ribs Marinated in House Special Sauce) RM32 is pretty decent. The waiter basically helped us to cook the entire meal, and basically what we do is just eat it.
While waiting for the ribs to cook, we ordered Dol Sot Bi Bim Bap @ RM22 to fill our tummy. Bi Bim Bap is one of Korean dishes that I grew accustomed to mainly because I get to squeeze whatever amount of the special bean paste sauce provided, and you get to mix it all up together. However, I do find the portion a bit small for the price to pay.
The ribs all done and ready to be wrap with fresh lettuce!
Lettuce a plenty and you get to request for refills.
Since I can’t eat any red meat, we ordered the Dak Gal Bi (Chicken Thigh Marinated in Special House Sauce) @ RM32. I like the marinate as it’s spicy and taste a bit like our local version of percik but it’s a bit too spicy to May’s liking.
Complimentary Steamed Egg and Bean Paste Soup with clams and seafood. I tasted a spoonful and find that the soup is very tasty, fresh and sweet.
Very ancient deco inside, and as you can see, quiet on a Thursday night.
Complimentary Sweet Rice Drink and fruits, refreshing after a very nice dinner.
To be frank, I’ve never been a great fan of Korean food because of the BBQ and it tends to be pricy and the selection of choices are limited but since I discovered that there’s more than just BBQ, I’ve been open up a more wide variety of choices, like the Bi Bim Bap and the Topokki. Although this is only the 3rd or 4th time eating Korean BBQ, I do feel that Little Korea is a great place worth a 2nd visit.
Little Korea Korean Restaurant
5-5, 7-3, 9-3 Jalan Solaris One
Solaris Mon’t Kiara KL
Tel No : 03 6203 7217