The brother and I were at it again last weekend. This outing was actually to buy some computer hardware at the IT mall situated in Section 14 (where Metrojaya used to be). Since the Korean restaurant was in the vicinity, we decided to make that our pig out venue.
We were a bit early, arriving at 11:30 am, both brother and sister very hungry. In spite of already eating breakfast, we were raring to go.
Since the restaurant was not opened yet, we decided to cross the road to Jaya 33. In search of junk food. My brother tells me that Jaya Grocer stocks a good variety of imported junk food. We like junk food for stress relief which is actually very bad. In fact, I gave him a bit of sisterly advice to go slow on the potato chips and munchies.
But all my sagely advice went out the window when I got there. Look at that! So many choices of munchies and crunchies.
I saw my favorite Smokin BBQ Doritos. I used to eat one whole packet of that after dinner because it made me happy. And it also made me fat.
|That's my brother going for the Doritos. But he changed his mind.|
To cut to the chase, me and the brother left Jaya Grocer with 2 packets of junk food each. Yeah, me and my sisterly advice. The pot calling the kettle black.
We made our way back to the restaurant. Earlier on the drive there, my brother asked me "Can we get 3 meat? I'm very hungry. Would that be too much?". I assured my brother that 3 meat is no big deal for the two of us. I think we did 3 meat before.
Once we were comfortably seated at Daejanggum, we perused the menu briefly and decided on pork, beef and lamb.
We have been here many times and it's our go to restaurant for Korean food. We like it here because it is quiet and service is efficient. Besides it nearer to our homes. We used to venture out to Ampang for our Korean fix and it's a bit out of the way.
The lamb came first. And the server got busy with the grill.
Our condiments were served together with side dishes. That's what I like. A bit of this and a bit of that.
Soon the lamb was cooked. I couldn't wait to taste it.
It was so good! Well marinated and cooked just right. Next was the pork. It was also good but not as exciting as the lamb. We eat pork quite often so it was nothing unusual.
The server then got busy with the beef. She asked how we would like it done and of course, we requested for medium rare.
She gave us one piece each to taste and upon receiving our thumbs up, she stopped cooking and transferred all the juicy beef to a serving dish. It was good, though not as tender as we expected.
I was right. Having 3 meat was not too much for us at all. It was about right. We did feel quite full and did not ask for any refills of the side dishes. This salad came in the middle of our meal.
So there you have it, our 3 types very tasty protein.
The aftermath. Everything totally demolished.
On the way down, I snapped this pic. A pictorial of the dishes served here. So far on all our visits we had the barbecue. It's time to try other things like bibimbap.
With our bellies full, we made our way to the IT mall for a good workout hah..hah.. Yeah going up and down the mall. My brother took the lead as I am completely useless when it comes to computers and computer accessories. All I know is CPU, monitor, keyboard and mouse. OK, maybe HDMI cable and router. And that's it hah..hah... I felt quite lost in there. I reckon my brother feels the same way when he accompanies me to Bake with Yen.
This is my brother's choice of junk food. Photo taken when he was busy moving the computer stuff. And no, I am quite well behaved these last few days and my Doritos is still intact hee..hee...until God knows when.
|The one at the back is Sweet Chilli and Sour Cream. I hope it doesn't taste weird because I also took a packet.|