Do you crave for Korean street food after watching Korean mukbang food videos? Don’t worry! We will list down the top 5 Korean foods that you can go for food hunting when traveling to Kuala Lumpur. The best thing for Muslims is, the foods are Halal!
Korean chicken is the most famous Korean food that been trending on many social media, especially youtube. Kyochon has its best delicious flavored Korean chicken that is waiting for you to try it all out. Freshly cooked food made of natural Korean-grown farm products can be having at Kyochon. The best flavors are soy garlic, red pepper, and honey. You can choose the parts of a chicken, either you want drumstick, wingette and drumette, half, or whole. They also have salsal series which is boneless chicken breast. You also can add rice and other foods or side dish from the menu. You can find Kyochon at Pavilion, Mytown Shopping Centre, IOI City Mall, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, and more. The ingredients are halal. Some of the outlets are serving alcohol, but no worries, the bar is already separate. We can guarantee that soon or sooner Kyochon will be one of your favorite chicken restaurants!
2) MR. DAKGALBI
A popular Korean dish. Mr. Dakgalbi located at Mytown Shopping Centre, Publika Shopping Gallery, IOI City Mall, and many more locations. They are serving the best combinations of ramen with marinated chicken in gochujang (chili paste), tteok (rice cake), and cheese pull! The interesting part is that the staff will cook on your dining table. Their dining tables has already provided cooking tools. So that you can watch while they are cooking, take pictures and videos, and that won’t make you bored while waiting for the food. Many options of flavors and dishes that you can choose. The operating hours are from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm. Not to forget, Mr. Dakgalbi is Halal Certified.
Calling for cheese lovers! Corn dog cheese stick is one of the famous Korean street food. You can easily find videos of people having these tasty cheese pull. It looks delicious, and the tastes are nice. They have various flavors, which are, classic which coated with their secret signature batter for a crispy-chewy sensation (The OG), wrapped salty and coated with cheddar cheese (Cheddar), and half sausage topped with a block of buttery mozzarella to get the cheese pull. Customers can choose either topped it with Curly Crunch (solid crunch noodles), or Popo Fluff (fluffy potato gems). For now, Chun outlets are only 4 locations, which are at Pavilion KL, Times Square, IOI City Mall, and Paradigm Mall.
4) MyeongDong Topokki
Let’s get a bowl of heaven Tteok-bokki or topokki (rice cake)! Korean hot meals bring to you from the concept of Korea Subway station in MyeongDong, Seoul, to Malaysia’s heart. You can come all the to Sunway Putra, Sunway Velocity, The Mines, Sunway Pyramid, and more locations out of the city to try them out. Try their 4 of Topokki’s flavors, spicy Original Korean Rice Cake, Fried Spicy Korean Rice Cake, Kimci Korean Rice Cake, and Soy Garlic Korean Rice Cake. They serve a variety of set besides Topokki, which is MDT streetfood, MDT Chi-Ken Station, and MDT Value Set. The drinks are good too! Made with Halal meat and ingredients.
5) Samyang Noodle
If you love spicy food, you would have heard of Samyang Hot Chicken Spicy noodles. Samyang noodle or buldak in Korea, dubbed as ‘fire noodle’ has been extremely popular ever since YouTubers started the ‘Fire Noodle Challenge’ a few years ago. After all that happened, Samyang started to come out a few new flavors one by one.
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