Bulgogi brothers, the famous Korean casual dining restaurant is first opened in Gang-Nam, south of Seoul Korea in 2006. Since then, the brand has gained a cult-like status, leaving their foodsteps across South Korea, Canada, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia.
With over 40 outlets globally, it is a pleasure to have four of them in Malaysia, which are situated in Paradigm Mall, Pavillion KL, e@Curve and Mid Valley Megamall, hence giving Korean cuisine fans a chance to get a taste of authentic Korean food without having to travel far.
The interior of Bulgogi Brothers boasts a modern contemporary decor, having dining area that streaches towards with wooden tables and comfortable cushion chairs; soft hue light; and K-pop music playing as the background music.
While bulgogi dishes are the highlights in Bulgogi Brothers, there’s also rice dishes, jjigae and noodles to choose from. More great news as recently Bulgogi Brothers has rolled out a new selection of appetizers and mains, in order to mirror the change of season to winter in the region.
Samgyetang/Ginseng Chicken Soup (RM45.90)
So, for the cold weather, warm and satisfying comfort food will definitely go on the list. Ginseng Chicken Soup or Samgyetang is one of them, and will be available until January 2014. This traditional Korean soup consisting of whole young chicken stuffed with jujubes, ginseng, garlic, chestnuts and sticky rice. Nourishing aside, the boiled to tenderly soft chicken meat and sticky rice which has fully absorbed the goodness of soup makes the dish a complete, wholesome choice.
Sogogi Milssam/Sauteed Beef Wraps (RM19.90)
Diners are also recommended to try the Sauteed Beef Wraps or Sogogi Milssam, a light dish that is beautifully presented with naturally coloured wheat flour pancake wraps made from spinach and beetroots; served along with seasoned sauteed beef slices and crunchy julienned potato. Summerkid likes the sauteed beef slices, as this minced-like sliced beefs are surprisingly flavoursome, just a perfect combination when pairing with the pale flavours wraps.
Crispy Tofu with Chicken (RM15.90)
Besides, Crispy Tofu with Chicken is also one of the new dishes that is much raved about. It is rather simple, comprises of tofu squares deep fried to golden brown,topped over with marinated diced chicken and drizzled with teriyaki sauce, centered with bean sprouts. Very much like a cross between Chinese and Japanese cuisines, but we like the idea of combining soft texture of tofu to complement with the chewy, meaty munch of chicken with teriyaki sweetness.
Chicken Mango Salad (RM19.90)
Special mixed salad showered with sweet and sour citrus dressing, crowned with seasoned chicken and fresh mangoes. Very refreshing and the trick is, eat the chicken together with a slice of mango, as the juicy mango brings in a fruity touch that balance so well with the meaty munch.
Bulgogi Brothers Special (RM81.90)
For beef lovers, explore the variety of different tastes and textures of fresh quality beed in Signature Bulgogi Brothers Special featuring a combination of Unyang-style Bulgogi- an array of seasoned beef delicately handpress into heart shapes and Gwangyang-style Bulgogi- Bulgogi in the style of Southern provinces of Korea which has thinly sliced seasoned beef lined up along.
Enjoy the 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.
Love is in the grill!
Dak Galbi Bulgogi/Spicy Chicken Bulgogi (RM29.90)
If you prefer poultry-based barbecue, there’s also a new dish to fulfill your craving- the Spicy Chicken Bulgogi. This creation is also cooked in front of diners, having an end product of red hot Bulgogi gravy immerse with chicken thighs, rice cakes and vegetables. Love the spicy and creamy sensation that envelope within.
Galbi Tang/Beef Short Ribs Soup (RM39.90)
The crowd pleaser and must have. Discover the awesome homemade broth that takes about 6 hours to prepare, and you will surely drown in the rich, nutritious and flavourful soup that gathers the potent flavours of quality short ribs and Korean herbs through the 3 hours of long simmering time. Highly recommended.
Each Bulgogi Brothers ala carte menu order also comes with six complimentary refillable side dishes of kimchi, spinach, radish, spiced water crest, sweet lotus root and mashed pumpkin. Mashed pumpkin gets thumbs up from us! Very fine, smooth and soft with a sharp sweetness of pumpkin.
Though Malaysia is of hot and humid all year round, but do join the cold winter season of Korea and try out these bold new flavours at Bulgogi Brothers today!
Write Up: YLing
GB13 & 13A, Ground Floor,
1, Jalan Kelana SS7/26A,
47301 Petaling Jaya,
Business Hours: 11am onwards, daily