As promised after my introduction post on the Daorae Restaurant, here comes the second part where I’ll review on the BBQ food.
The BBQ food range from beef, pork, chicken and lamb too. Beef and pork will have more choices if compare to chicken and lamb.
Browsing thru the menu again and again… doesn’t know what to order. Finally we chose the Pork Special (RM35). Please bear in mind that you must order a minimum of 2 types of BBQ food. Thick slices of pork with visible fats were served.
The waiter will barbeque the food for us.. so we just wait and eat. A big piece of onion is placed together with the pork in the BBQ tray and no oil is added.
There’s already enough fats in the meat :p Actually I’m very particular in the fat attached to any meat. Normally I’ll remove them all before I consume it. But it’s exceptional that night at Daorae.
The meat started to feel the heat from the charcoal and the fats are squeezing themself out from the piece of meat
The tray used for BBQ is changed after each type of meat. I guess this is to ensure that the flavour of the different types of meat do not mix with each other.
The waiter will cut the pork into small pieces for easy consumption. You can use the lettuce to wrap the small piece of meat together with some kimchi and eat it . I forgot to snap a picture of this.
The meat is just marinated with some sesame oil, thus the original flavour of the meat is maintained. I prefer mine to be dipped into some sweet soya sauce before consuming it.
Woo Sam Kyup (RM45) is thin slices of richly marbled beef without marinate. They are arranged nicely on a round plate. Very nice presentation.
This dish is very sinful, see those fats … OMG!
The slices of marbled beef in the process of BBQ-ing.
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