Jan 29

All Joy Good Food Centre

Korean Noodles

Choose your favourite soup:

  1. Curry
  2. Kimchi
  3. Seafood
  4. Hot & Spicy
  5. Chicken
  6. Beef
  7. Dry Kimchi
  8. Cheese


All Joy Good Food Centre

Burger & Sandwich & Fried Chicken

Aug 16

Biggest Buffet Dinner is back in Town!

Happening for the first time since the recent hotel renovation patrons have a choice of dining at the refreshed Orchid Garden Coffee House or enjoy the scenic view of the Sarawak River from the pool side. The coffee house is tastefully decorated with its floor-to-ceiling glass walls and vibrant coloured interior.

The Original Macam – Macam Ada Buffet Dinner by Grand Margherita Hotel is back again this time with even more to offer. Widely regarded as the biggest buffet in town, patrons will be treated to a wide offering of Chinese, Indian, Western, Middle Eastern, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Indonesian and 1Malaysia favourite dishes.

With over 188 flavouful dishes served daily throughout the month of Ramadhan, this buffet dinner also features carvery delights from the Middle East, live cooking stations and authentic Penang hawker specialty such as Char Kueh Tiaw, Asam Laksa and Hokkien Prawn Mee served fresh and hot by chefs flown in from Penang itself.

Start off on a memorable culinary experience with the chef’s selection of appetizing Chinese Cold Cut and also the ever popular red dates which has become an important part of the breaking fast ritual. Do not miss out on the Ramadhan specialties such as the Gurame Goreng Sans Cabek, Opor Ayam Kluwak, Ayam Bumbu Ketumbar and Pepes Ikan Mas from Indonesia as well as cuisines from the Middle East namely the Dajaj Lafat, and Kofta Bil- Tahina.

Also available is the Indian food selection featuring Biryani Rice with Condiments, Thandoori Murg, Roti Naan and also Potato Samosa, Wok Fried Mix Vegetables, Changkok Manis Masak Lemak dan Labu and Tumis Sayuran for vegetarian diners. For those with a sweet tooth, indulge in the seemingly endless dessert list of Soft Ice Cream, Kuih Nyonya, International Pastries, Sago Gula Melaka and our popular local dessert Bubur Cendol Sungai Bedil to name a few.

In the heart of the coffee house lies the island styled show kitchen where interaction between diners and chef is very much encouraged.

The Original Macam – Macam Ada Buffet Dinner is a month long promotion happening from 11th August to 9th September 2010, RM79++/person.

A popular choice for diners, seats are being snatched up quickly and so to avoid disappointment, early reservations should be made at 082-423111 ext 1109 / 1158.

Aug 05

Here… Some photos to share with you for the Kuching Festival Food Fair.

Date: 31st July – 22nd August
Time: 6pm – 11pm
Place: Dewan Masyarakat

The entrance. Just going to show you the surrounding, food will come in coming post(s) because I’m still collecting them.

As usual, you can always find the same old stalls every year without fail.

There are also news ones. It seems like there’s more stalls this year compare to the past.

More stalls…

Was caught with surprise when I smelt durian smell. You got to be kidding me! Sell durian in food fair?!?! WOW! I hope the tourists won’t be shooed away by it. Anyway, there’s many people lining up to buy the food there. Seems like it’s quite a hit.

Various associations were given the chance to sell there too. You can find food from various races/dialects there.

Another section of the food far.

This stall has the most “advanced” banner.

Food photos will come soon, maybe in the coming post.

Nov 19

Penang post is back. This is the last post for our Penang trip. We had this for our brunch on the last day. It’s located in Gurney Plaza, Penang. Do not mistaken this with the Seoul Garden we have in Kuching though, they are not related.

The entrance. It’s Steamboat and barbeque buffet, all you can eat. For lunch(RM19.99++ for adult), for dinner(RM24.99++ for adult). Add on RM3.99 for free flow of drink.

Get your food here. They got a lot for you to choose and they are all very fresh. No food wastege allowed of course.

Vegetables and “balls” section.

Meat, various type of meat anf they are nicely marinated for you to barbeque.

We opted for kimchi soup, a bit dissapointing because it’s sweet, not spicy at all.

We got lots and lots of meat.

I heard they have coffee marinated meat also but we didn’t try it because we didn’t know, there’s no sign saying anything about what they marinate the meat in, we just took whatever that fancied us.

Various type of “balls”.

Enjoy! We were so full!

Don’t forget to have your desserts, they have a dessert corner to make your own desserts ranging from fruits, ice cream, to even cendol!

11.30am-4.59pm(adult RM19.99++,child RM9.99++)
5.00pm-10.30pm(adult RM24.99++,child RM11.99++)
Saturday, Sunday and holidays
11.30am-3.59pm(adult RM24.99++,child RM9.99++)
4.00pm-10.30pm(adult RM27.99++,child RM11.99++)
Students(Monday-Friday,except public holiday)

Free flow drink RM3.99++

Seoul Garden
Address: 170-B1-32A, Gurney Plaza, Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang, Malaysia
Tel No: 04-229 8559
Fax No: 04-228 0559

Sep 10

Many people request us to try out this place. Finally got the chance to try it out. It’s pretty out of the way for us, just happened to be around this area and decided to give it a try.

The exterior of Koreana Restaurant. Premier 101 is not that big so it’s quite easy for you to look for it. It’s located at the other block of Poslaju.

It’s very obvious… It’s a Korean restaurant.

The interior, there are two floors. The owner is a Korean.

There are two private rooms there if I’m not mistaken. It’s a great place for you to discuss free insurance quotes with your friends in privacy.

Apple Juice (RM5), Green Tea (RM3)

The side dishes. Six of them. They will change everyday except the the kimchi(that’s for sure!), without kimchi, Korean food is not complete.

Kalguksu (RM12), the portion is very big! It’s best to be shared with others if you are not a big eater. Estimated, 2-3 persons can share this bowl.

Jjambong (RM17), don’t you think it looks spicy? Actually it’s not that spicy but still those that cannot tolerate spiciness is better not to try it. The portion is quite big also and you can share with 2-3 friends also.

If you opt for sharing, you will be surprise on how much you can save even though the dish is quite expensive but for the portion, it’s worth it.

Tel: 082-575072

May 19


Korean Food
Comments Off on KIM’S KITCHEN

A Koren Restaurant loacated at Wisma Phoenix where last time Up-Well was.

Here are some food and beverages that Kim’s Kitchen offers:

This photo you are seeing is the bar and counter.

This is the interior.

Lemon Juice (RM4), Apple Juice (RM5)

Oh Jing Oh Dup Bab (RM8.90)
Don’t be fooled by it. It’s not spicy at all. It’s cuttlefish stir-fried with some fermented veggies.

Bulgogi Set (RM25)
Portion is quite big but side dishes a bit too little choices.

The difference of Kim’s Kitchen compare to other Korean restaurants in Kuching is the seaweed soup. This is included in your order.

After seeing so many food post from us and dine at these places, I’m sure you had put on weight. Don’t worry as you can try out Alli to loss weight

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Oct 28

Seoul Garden is situated in 3rd Mile. it’s bigger now, with air-conditioned section but the upstair was closed. Maybe it’s only for special booking. They have Korean BBQ now too or to be exact, grill.

Here are some food and beverages that Seoul Garden offers:

Kimchi is a must in Korean food. They always have variety of side dishes.

Korean mixed rice with mushroom, crab meat, vegetables.

Fried tang hoon

Sweet sour chicken

Beef on hot plate

Chicken on hot plate


Business Hours:
Mon – Sat : 10:00a.m. – 10:00p.m.
Sun : Off

Address: 3rd Mile, 93200 Kuching, Sarawak.
Contact No: 082-424870
Email: leeseung92@hanmail.net

Oct 22


Korean Food

Korean Da Om BBQ House is the third Korean restaurant in town. It’s operated by none other than the Koreans themselves. It’s situated at Jalan Song. They have two air-conditioned rooms for those that wanted privacy and you get to sit on the tatami and cushions. The stoves for BBQ are from Korea.You can choose from a variety of steamboats and BBQ dishes. They have many main and side dishes to choose from too if you are not fond of steamboats and BBQ.

Here are some food and beverages that Korean Da Om BBQ House offers:

Bo Dea Ji Gea-small, RM30. It’s steamboat, the brooth is spicy(but not that spicy to me) with pork, kimchi, ham, sausages, beancurds, crabsticks.

Bo Dea Ji Gea is served with sude dishes and 2 bowls of rice too.

Deung Sim with side dishes BBQ (RM35). You can have the choice of pork, chicken or beef.

Address: Ground Floor, Lot 15, Tabuan Heights Commercial Centre, Jalan Song, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak.
Contact No: 019-867 6556
Contact Person: Young Sik Oh

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