Wednesday, March 14, 2018

WG Sopoong

My lunch set: Bibimbap, Steamed egg, iced green tea and 3 banchans (kimchi cucumbers, kimchi cabbage, macaroni vege salad) at MYR 23 nett. I kept a lot of the rice and kimchi for dinner and shared the steamed eggs with my friends. The rice is very tasty because it is slightly sticky, fat and round. I chose this Bibimbap because it has a variety of vegetables, a cooked egg yolk and none of those very flavourful sauce.

This is the branch at Starling Mall.

Dinner with my friends at the branch in MyTown Mall. I did not order a set but shared the food. Ramen and Toppoki Set - MYR 20.80 nett.

Kimchi Jigae Beef - MYR 21.45 nett. My friend says this is very tasty.

A portion of pan fried 5 dumplings at MYR 11.55 nett. I feel that the filling is too finely minced.

Pancake at MYR 16.40 nett. I consider this pancake to be very thick when compared to this one that I ate before. My friends could not finish it so I had to stuffed myself in order not waste it as I did not bring my trusted container with me. Although it is thick, I quite like it.

Steamed egg at MYR 9.80 nett. The texture is very different from chawanmushi but I like both equally.

Total Bill for 3 pax: MYR 82.50 nett so it was about MYR 27.50 nett per pax.

Sopoong branch at MyTown Mall. Sopoong is 소풍 which means Picnic. 

22 comments:

  1. I like the pancakes and kimchi, i have tried toppoki before, it is not to my liking, maybe because it is too chewy and hard to eat

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    1. I also don't like hard toppoki.

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  2. I do enjoy those Korean pancakes.

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  3. Pancakes and dumplings for me. Not so crazy over Kochi.

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    1. Kimchi when eaten together with pancakes and dumplings will enhance their taste.

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    1. hahaha, I was wondering what is Kochi.

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  5. I like the pancake too... it has been a long while since I last went for Korean food...

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  6. i like their spicy pancake...spicy and addictive! their toppokki was kinda hard (mayb that's the right texture), but I dun enjoy toppokki. It has been over a year since I last dined in Sopoong...mayb I should drop by there again.

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    1. oh, so you have eaten here a long time ago.

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  7. I went once and never returned. I think I had the bibimbap same as you. Since your friend said the Kimchi Jigae Beef is good, I might want to go back and eat that.

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    1. Oh so you did not like the bibimbap because it has no sauce I suspect. Opposite as me.

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  8. I think i just proved to myself that i love korean food!

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  9. The food is photogenic, colourful and red-red.

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    1. I like the bibimbap because it has so multi coloured vegetables.

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  10. Wow! All your Korean food is calling me. I learnt to cook Kimchi Jigae when my room mate taught me. It is so easy and nice.
    I am dying to visit Korea to eat all their authentic food.

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    1. since you like to eat kimchi you must visit Korea with your wife!

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  11. I have not tried the pancake, but it looks good to me.

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