Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Godeungeo-Gui-Jungsik

This is main dish 4 that we ordered from Kims Korean Food Penang - Grilled Mackerel - MYR27.80 ++ (MYR32.42 nett). This set includes a bowl of Kimchi Soup and a bowl of steamed rice. We like this because it was not salty at all. I suspect they may have forgotten to put salt but I am happy that they forgot the salt because the Kimchi Soup is flavourful enough for both of them.

This is what the menu shows.

26 comments:

  1. I don't mind Mackerel, I had eaten it before

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    1. I like to eat Singapore mackerel meehoon soup. Very tasty! Not found here.

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  2. Any fish is good for me...but no, no kim chi, soup or whatever, no, thanks. My missus makes jars and jars, all stored in the fridge. She eats it all herself - she's into anything and everything Korean, all the Korean dramas and shows on tv included.

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    1. Your wife is so clever to make her own kimchi. Must be so tasty!

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  3. Oo a bit fusion like that. Grilled mackeral I was thinking is Japanese, then suddenly got kimchi soup. Sounds like a good combo though. One dry and one soup.

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    1. This meal is at a Korean restaurant.

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  4. I like grilled mackerel. Had it few times in Japanese outlet, not Korean though.

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    1. Mackerel is Saba in Japanese restaurants.

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  5. I like the mackerel too.. nice with teriyaki sauce as well. :)

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    1. Teriyaki sauce is either too sweet or too salty for me.

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  6. This dish is my cup of tea. It brings back fond memories of fish sandwich of grilled mackerel and rocket and also ones without the sandwich in Turkey.

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    1. Oh, that's interesting. I have not eaten whole grilled mackerel in sandwiches before.

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    2. Cheap Turkish street food at its best although I had to part with a bit of money in one outlet overlooking a fish market; the fish was so fresh. . They use mackerel fillets in sandwiches.

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  7. This mackerel we can easily make it at home. I like with sambal belacan hee..hee...

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  8. such a long name for this fish dish...am still craving for Korean food....but gotta wait til I recover from my 'terrible' cough before I have that spicy kimchi soup!

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  9. Hahaha, er... I don't like all the selections you guys made in this restaurant so far. Beef, beef, bony fish, bony fish... No pork arr??

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    1. Always eat pork so eat other meat in korean restaurant lah.

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  10. I like the mackerel but not the kimchi soup or anything kimchi. Hehehe!

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    1. Why don't you like to eat kimchi?

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  11. Seldom go Korean style, I still prefer Japanese food ;)

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  12. Eh!! I just realised you had 2 similar posts for the Korean food. Tonight I will follow my wife's school mates to eat Korean food and I will look out for this fish.

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