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To complement our meal, we decided to add the Steamed Egg (RM 8), which turned out to be a savoury and fluffy delight.

As for the Kimchi stew, it provided a spicy kick and a heartwarming sensation.

We opted for Set E (RM 140), which included juicy pork belly, marinated rib eye, flavourful marinated chicken chop, and a comforting bowl of piping hot Kimchi stew. Alongside the set, they served an impressive variety of 15 free-flow banchan to satisfy your cravings. They even offered free-flow barley tea to quench your thirst.

The pork belly, marinated beef, and chicken were all incredibly succulent and flavourful. They were tender, easy to chew, and absolutely delicious. The marinated beef had a delightful sweetness that lingered on the palate, while the chicken had a unique kebab-like taste. The meats were expertly grilled over charcoal flames, and the attentive server gladly assisted us, though you can choose to cook your own if you prefer.

Delicious KBBQ with a mouthwatering array of banchan. 😋

We opted for Set E (RM 140), which included juicy pork belly, marinated rib eye, flavourful marinated chicken chop, and a comforting bowl of piping hot Kimchi stew. Alongside the set, they served an impressive variety of 15 free-flow banchan to satisfy your cravings. They even offered free-flow barley tea to quench your thirst.

The pork belly, marinated beef, and chicken were all incredibly succulent and flavourful. They were tender, easy to chew, and absolutely delicious. The marinated beef had a delightful sweetness that lingered on the palate, while the chicken had a unique kebab-like taste. The meats were expertly grilled over charcoal flames, and the attentive server gladly assisted us, though you can choose to cook your own if you prefer. As for the Kimchi stew, it provided a spicy kick and a heartwarming sensation.

To complement our meal, we decided to add the Steamed Egg (RM 8), which turned out to be a savoury and fluffy delight.

As a delightful finishing touch, we were given the option to choose one potong ice cream to enjoy.
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🚩Jeju Korea Restaurant(Bukit Indah), 22, Jalan Indah 15/3, Taman Bukit Indah, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
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At RM29.90 per person this is set to be the most value-for-money Korean buffet in the state. There's a selection of Korean fried chicken, all manner of Tteokbokki, and even a D.I.Y Bento station.

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Seafood Pajeon RM25
Pajeon is a Korean pancake loaded with scallions, and here at Jang Won, they have one that is loaded with seafood, check out what Burppler halfeaten has to say
"Not a bad rendition of this Korean classic. The pancake comes with plenty of seafood and veggies, and a chili soy sauce on the side for dipping. Taste is good"
📸 & ✍🏻 by Burppler halfeaten (Ella)

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RM56.90 for 10 piece chicken.
"The chicken is the star and it is mind-blowingly delicious. They use boneless chicken thigh which is fried to perfection and incredibly moist and juicy. The chicken is crispy even after being wrapped with the cheese and covered with sauce. A single portion can amply feed 2-3 pax. The cheese also makes the most delicious cheese fries, much better then the artificial Nacho cheese and mayo mixture that fast food fries are topped with. This is the real stuff. And oh boy, it is good 10/10"
📸 & ✍🏻 by Burppler Chew Sher Mein

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Korean BBQ Set RM170
"Operated by a Korean family which add on the level of authenticity.
Endless flow of sides. Well marinated meat and waiters were very skill with the grill. We ordered 4 serving of meat and one soju, which only costed us less than RM$170"
📸 & ✍🏻 by Burppler Peter Wong

Starting off our meal was a spread of thirteen (yes, thirteen!) "banchan" or side dishes. This was for two of us and they were all refillable! Special mention must go to the "kimchi" which was one of the tastiest and most flavorful we've ever had.
For grilling, we chose the beef prime rib (RM60) and the sliced pork belly (RM28). Both were excellent. The best part was the staff helped us to do the barbecuing too. I love it when that happens because I can then focus on the eating.
Besides the meats, we had the seafood pancake (RM25) and seaweed soup (RM15). Thick, soft and chewy, the large pancake had a decent amount of seafood and chives in it. The seaweed soup billowed with steam when it arrived at our table in its cast iron pot. Besides masses of seaweed, it contained mussels, clams and small de-shelled prawns - all of which contributed to a light and clear briny sweetness.
We left the restaurant very satisfied.
📸 & ✍🏻 by Burppler Veronica Phua