We were looking for the perfect dining place for a family gathering and spotted Little Korea online. Reading positive feedbacks and reviews guaranteed us a table soon after. Anticipation tagged along and it was very easy to locate Little Korea.
Upon entering this little cute place, we were greeted by a homely ambiance. Decorations adorning the restaurant brought enchantment as we looked around. This pleased my mom especially, very much.
However, one thing that was not very ideal about this place was the absence of fume hood which made the area kinda stuffy.
Special Menu Set (for 7-8 Persons) – RM420
Mo Dum Ku Ee
A mixed BBQ platter consisting marinated & non-marinated beef, pork slices, lamb, prawn, mussels, corn and mushrooms.
Just sit back and relax while watching the friendly staff sizzle their way to accommodate your appetite.
Stir-fried glass noodles with shredded mushrooms, beef, cucumber & carrots. A surprising order that came tasty and trying once isn’t enough.
Hae Mool Pa Jeon
Korean pancake topped with squid, shrimps, clams and scallions, with sweet taste of cooked scallions & seafood flavour. Enriched with ingredients and not too much flour.
Kim Chi Jeon
Korean kimchi pancake pan fried fragrantly embracing the tang and kick of kimchi.
Stir-fried Fresh Squid x 2 plates
A flavoursome dish with a hint of spiciness that I’m pretty sure most of you would fall in love with. You could opt to wrap ’em up with the fresh lettuce given.
Seafood & Vegetable Steamboat
Another big pot of kimchi soup based hot pot brimmed with beancurd, vegetables, enoki mushrooms and korean instant noodles
Complimentary Steamed Egg
And oh! Did I forget to mention about the must have Ban Chan?
If you’re planning a celebration/ gathering over here, do make an early reservations and you could request for a private room. Little Korea is not so ‘little’ after all in terms of their servings and attempts in pleasing their patrons with some lip-smacking Korean fares. Worth a try.
5-3, 7-3, 9-3
Jln Solaris One
Solaris Mon’t Kiara,