Palsaik Korean BBQ @ Solaris Mont Kiara

I still remember the time when Korean BBQ stores opened like mushrooms after the rain. 
But, not many have survived till this day. 

Especially with the thriving economy condition our country is in, a restaurant has got to be really good or cheap to be able to withstand all the challenges. 

One of the Korean restaurant chains that is still getting much love as ever is the Palsaik Korean BBQ restaurant. 

So what makes Palsaik Korean BBQ different from the other Korean BBQ restaurants? 
The answer lies in the unique 8-colour pork barbecue! 

The menu is also relatively simple, it comes in a wide spread of two-page menu, where you could opt for the set you preferred. We ordered the premium set which featured the signature 8-colour pork barbecue, grilled deodeok (Lanceolate) root and premium kimchi. We also had an additional trooper soup at the side while we wait for the barbecue pork to be ready. 

Fresh greens to be eaten with the sizzling grilled pork. 

Some salad to ensure a balanced meal complete with fibers. 

Trooper soup which was extremely spicy! 
Almost all of us had a hard time swallowing this down our throat,
but I absolutely adored the use of fresh ingredients in this burning hot pot. 

The premium kimchi. 

Grilled deodeok (Lanceolate) root which was apparently really good for our health, 
and is very expensive if you were to buy it from the Chinese herbal shop. 
It has an interesting texture, not exactly crispy but not at all soggy. 
We all enjoyed this little side dish.

The 8 flavours comprised of Ginseng, Wine, Pine, Garlic, Herb, Curry, Soy Bean and Hot Pepper. 

We thought the winner was definitely the garlic and ginseng. 
Garlic is long known for its ability to enhance the flavour of any food, 
and it was especially delish when it's paired with the pork. 
Ginseng added an interesting herbal-ish and bitterness to the pork, which under the flame became an interesting flavour which we all relished in. 

I am not the biggest fan when it comes to Korean Barbecue, but I must say Palsaik's interesting 8-colour pork had definitely gotten a green light from me. 
I'd highly recommend any Korean food lovers to run, not walk to your nearest Palsaik Korean BBQ restaurant to taste these taste-bud-rewarding flavours! 

There is a total of 6 outlets across Malaysia so head over to their website to find one nearest to you! 

Palsaik Korean BBQ
Address: Jalan Solaris, Solaris Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Hours: 11:30AM–11:30PM
Phone: +60 3-6211 0383

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