Bulgogi Brothers Paradigm Mall New Menu Selection

After hearing so much about the heart shaped seasoned beef dishes from Bulgogi Brothers, I finally had an opportunity to dine there recently. Popular Seoul-based Korean franchise, Bulgogi Brothers recently rolled out a new selection of appetizers and mains, some of which will be featured in this writeup today.


One of the best seller dish, the signature Bulgogi Brothers Special
One of the best seller dish, the signature Bulgogi Brothers Special

Bulgogi Brothers
Paradigm Mall, Kelana Jaya
Lot GB 13, Ground Floor Boulevard, 1,
Jalan SS 7/26A, Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya
Contact: 03-7887 3543
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BulgogiBrosMy
Website:  http://www.bulgogibros.com.my/



Bulgogi Brothers is a Korean casual dining restaurant concept managed by ET&Zeus Co., a company founded by Intae Jung and Chaiwoo Yi. The first Bulgogi Brothers restaurant opened in Gang-Nam, south of Seoul, Korea in 2006. Bulgogi is a savory dish that dates back to 200 years ago, which literally means fire meat ("bul" means fire while "gogi" is meat). Seasoned meats are prepared and grilled by the tableside and it has long been considered a "celebration dish" until recently when it evolved into a staple dish served everywhere in Korea.


Bulgogi Brothers Paradigm Mall
Bulgogi Brothers Paradigm Mall

Arriving at the restaurant just in time for dinner, I was already excited to try out all the new offerings. Ever since my last trip to Seoul, Korea a couple of years back, I have picked up a taste for Korean BBQ meat, hence the high anticipation for Bulgogi Brother's dishes. 


Part of the six refillable side dishes that comes complimentary with every meal
Part of the six refillable side dishes that comes complimentary with every meal
Welcome food to whet our appetite for more to come
Welcome food to whet our appetite for more to come


For Bulgogi Brothers ala carte menu order, it will comes with 6 complimentary refillable side dishes of kimchi, spinach, radish, spiced water crest, sweet lotus root and mashed pumpkins. This seems to be the norm at any Korean restaurants, a tradition I think, ensuring every meal fills up the stomach fully. 


#1 Sauteed Beef Wraps or Sogogi Milssam - RM19.90
#1 Sauteed Beef Wraps or Sogogi Milssam - RM19.90
Pile on the ingredients and you have your very own Sogogi Millsam
Pile on the ingredients and you have your very own Sogogi Millsam

Our first dish off Bulgogi Brothers' new menu selection was the Sauteed Beef Wraps, or Sogogi Milssam in Korean. It looks colourful enough, enticing and encouraging me to make my own wrap. The dish consisted of naturally-coloured wheat flour pancake wraps to be filled with deliciously seasoned sauteed beef slices and crunchy julienned potato. I really like the taste of the sauteed beef here, as it was really savoury, bringing out the sweetness of the meat. 


#2 Crispy Tofu with Chicken - RM15.90
#2 Crispy Tofu with Chicken - RM15.90
#3 Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad - RM16.90
#3 Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad - RM16.90

Up next were the poultry dishes, coming in the form of the Crispy Tofu with Chicken and the
Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad. I found it interesting that both these dishes were a combination of chicken and healthy alternatives such as tofu and salad, a healthy dish indeed. The Crispy Tofu with Chicken was essentially fried tofu squares with beautifully marinated diced chicken in teriyaki sauce. Served with bean sprouts, the teriyaki sauce really sweetened the dish, just the way I like. The Crispy Chicken with Leeks Salad features a platter of crispy chicken cubes with piquant chilli sauce atop fresh leeks in sweet fruit dressing. 


#4 Ginseng Chicken Soup or Samgyetang - RM45.90
#4 Ginseng Chicken Soup or Samgyetang - RM45.90

More poultry dishes, the nourishing Ginseng Chicken Soup or Samgyetang in Korean came served piping hot. Consisting of a whole young chicken stuffed with jujubes, ginseng, garlic, chestnuts and sticky rice, it was both nourishing and tasty. This traditional Korean soup, available on until January 2013, was an ideal dish to have in cold weathers as it really warms up the soul, so to say. The chicken meat literally fell off the bones, and went well with the sticky rice. 


#5 Beef Short Ribs Soup - RM39.90
#5 Beef Short Ribs Soup - RM39.90

If having ginseng chicken isn't your thing, then I'm sure the Beef Short Ribs soup will cater well for your tastebuds. At least that's what it did for me, tantalizing my tastebuds with really tasty homemade broth. Arduously prepared, with a 3-hour simmering time, this nutritiously rich soup made from quality short ribs and Korean herbs was just what the doctor adviced, to combat any incoming flu. 


#6 Spicy Chicken Bulgogi - RM29.90
#6 Spicy Chicken Bulgogi - RM29.90
One of my favourite dish that night, the Spicy Chicken Bulgogi
One of my favourite dish that night, the Spicy Chicken Bulgogi

Ah, finally a barbecue dish, with Bulgogi Brothers introduction of their Spicy Chicken Bulgogi. Highlighting a tantalizing dish of juicy chicken thighs marinated in signature Bulgogi sauce, this was indeed a sweet and sourish tasty dish. A meal on its own, I do like how the flavour blended into the chicken, giving out a heavenly aroma even before we digged in. Served with rice cakes and choice vegetables, go for this if you love your chicken spiced up and barbecueed. 


#7 Signature Bulgogi Brothers Special - RM81.90
#7 Signature Bulgogi Brothers Special - RM81.90
#7 Signature Bulgogi Brothers Special - RM81.90
Beautifully laid out heart-shaped Bulgogi

If beef is your meat, like me, I would definately recommend the signature Bulgogi Brothers Special. Explore the variety of different tastes and texture of fresh beef featuring a combination of Unyang-style Bulgogi (seasoned beef hand-pressed in heart shapes), and the Gwangyang-style Bulgogi (bulgogi in the style of the southern provinces of Korea, thinly sliced seasoned beef served with mushrooms, sweet potatoes, leeks and onions). Grilled by the waiter in front of you, the aroma of yummy barbecueed beef filled our nose while it was being cook. 


Appetizers before the heavy meal
A look back at the appetizers before the heavy meal

So if you have not tried out Bulgogi Brothers yet, do note other than this branch in Paradigm Mall, they have two other branches at E-Curve and Pavilion KL. Do check them out should you be in the vicinity. Log on to www.bulgogibros.com.my or facebook.com/BulgogiBros.My for further information on their promotions and dishes. 



1 comment :

  1. Stayed across the road once in Kelana Jaya, did not hop over. Would love to try...but no kim chi for me, please. Thank you.

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