Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Ko Hyang

Pa Jeon (Seafood pancake with spring onion) with Banchan (3 side dishes) at MYR14.9+ 6% GST (MYR15.80 nett) at Ko Hyang, the Gardens Mall. I like to eat this Korean pancake because it is crispy outside but soft yet chewy inside but I could not finish one on my own so I ended up taking half home as dinner because my lunch companion does not want to eat any pancake.

I did not take photo of the food my friend ordered. For two pax, the total bill is MYR35.40 nett.

30 comments:

  1. You are quite a small eater, I noticed. I can eat a lot for lunch as I know I have until evening to burn them off. Haha. Dinner I try to eat lesser.

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    1. my stomach acid will go bonkers if i eat a lot during lunch and eat very little during dinner so i try to eat many small meals.

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  2. The pancake sounds delicious, I have never eaten Korean pancake before

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    1. can try to see whether you like it or not.

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  3. This pancake is similar to the type my mum makes, with kuchai and dried shrimp. I used to faint at the price hehe. Simple ingredients only mah.

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    1. i also feel that the price is high.

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  4. Never tried Korean pancake and by the looks of it ( drooling already), I think I want to try. Agreed with Stacy, so steep the price for something basic like this. I think I need to learn how to cook this myself.

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    1. the flour is a special flour i believe because it is soft yet chewy a bit like glutinous rice.

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  5. I love to eat at this particular outlet at MV. Their cooking is different from the other branch outlets. It used to be a tiny crammed space when they newly opened a few years ago but expanded a bit now. The feng shui must be good.

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    1. used to be cooked by koreans but now they hire other staff to do it.

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  6. Pa jeon, we'd always order that at any Korean place we go to.

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    1. me too if the price is not too high.

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  7. i like pajeon too...particularly seafood or kimchi pajeon. Haven't try this outlet yet. Usually i passed by and saw it crowded....so till now tak jadi try.

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    1. before lunch time should have seats.

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  8. I like Korean pancake. I think the only food I enjoy about Korean is its pancake. Lol.

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  9. I like that pancake too.. I remember we kept ordering again and again during one Korean meal buffet...

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    1. for buffet i will do that too if my stomach can fits.

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  10. The pancake looks quite big, no wonder you couldn't finish.

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  11. I'm a huge fan of korean pancake too, dear! Yummy! xoxo

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  12. I must try this pancake when I have a chance.

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    1. looking forward to your review after you have tried this.

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  13. My friend introduced me to this kind of food. Love it.

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  14. Usually people order Korean pancake to be shared one, isn't it? I don't think I have ever seen anyone other than myself order a pancake as a meal for self. :/

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    1. ah, so you did this too? hehehe!

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