Palsaik Samgyupsal Korean BBQ

I’ve finally found a place I could refer it to my favourite Korean restaurant in town – Palsaik Samgyupsal Korean BBQ / Eight-Coloured Pork at Solaris, Mont Kiara. Introduced by Cindy, we fell in love with it at my first visit during February this year when the business has just started to run in Kuala Lumpur. Originated from Korea, the dishes served there actually has very close taste to what I’ve tried in Seoul itself! :D So so so happy about the taste and I’m now its regular customer. Lol. I really love eating pork and I visit it almost every month..

This was during my first visit and the following picture with better quality was taken with my DSLR during my second visit..

It is called the eight-coloured pork because their signature set is served in eight different flavours namely – Ginseng, Wine, Original, Garlic, Herb, Curry, Miso Paste and Hot Pepper. And these flavours are served from the milder tastes to the strongest ones. My favourite ones are wine and hot pepper :D :D :D

And if you have to know, I’m drooling while blogging about this. /gulps

When you order the set, you will also be served with a pot of seafood soup and damn, the soup taste the best! During one of my visits, I actually had them to refilled it at least 3 times. Also, they have the very yummy cheese fried rice in their menu too. However it comes with the basil leaves which I dont quite favour. I request it to be removed each time I consume it.

We had a farewell dinner with Rachel at the restaurant too, who is now back in Australia for good. There are rooms for bigger groups too :D

Here’s the menu to feed your curiosity. The set I’ve been ordering is the second set valued at RM112 and it feeds 3-4 pax.

Reservations are possible only on the weekdays and for weekends, make sure you arrive before 7pm because crowds will start to swarm during the later time and you might face the risk of having the pork being sold out, just like what I had experienced on my third visit with my family.

Dawn and I during my most recent visit, together with Natalie too. I can’t wait to go back there again for its pork, seafood soup, cheese fried rice and…. garlic! Hahaha because of these Korean BBQ, I’ve much develop a new love for grilled garlic.

And another tip from me is that… do not shower before the meal because you will definitely need another round of shower after the meal. It’s gonna be hot and you will also be covered up with the oil and smoke from massive BBQ in the restaurant itself. Hehe. Anyways, you can find some of the stools with storage beneath the seat to store your belongings and keep them away from the oil. Utensils are kept in the drawers too, for hygiene purposes.

You may visit their Facebook Fan Page here for more information but just make sure you do not visit it with empty stomach ;)

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