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10 Pork Free Korean Restaurants In The Klang Valley

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[Editor’s Note: We have updated the article as of January 11, 2018.]

The rise of Korean entertainment culture in Malaysia sparked a huge interest in Korean cuisine. Now more than ever Malaysians crave a variety of Korean fare, such as BBQ grill, Korean Fried Chicken, Korean Bakery and more.

Without further ado, here’s a list of the 10 Pork-Free Korean Restaurants in the Klang Valley.

1. Mr. Dakgalbi

Mr. Dakgalbi serves Korean dish made from chicken marinated in gochujang (Korean chilli paste). Needless to say, the reason to come here is the cheese ring dakgalbi. Whether you’re planning to eat in a group or an intimate dining with your love ones, Mr. Dakgalbi is the perfect place to get your Korean-Cheese fix.

Address: Full list of locations, click here.

2. Dubuyo

Roam around shopping malls in the Klang Valley and you’ll not find many Korean restaurants that are halal certified. Dubuyo however is in fact halal certified with an extensive menu. You’ll find different sorts of kimbap, soondubu jigaes (tofu seafood stew), ramyeon (noodles), pajeon (Korean pancake) and also their signature urban favourites and all-day sets.

Address: Full list of locations, click here.

3. EID Korean Restaurant

Helmed by a Korean-Muslim man, EID Korean Restaurant is originated in Itaewon, Korea. A stone throw away from Bangi Golf Club, EID Korean Restaurant is a famous spot for Korean food lovers in Bangi. This place draws attention to many Korean Muslim expats who crave the taste of home.

Address: 8-23-01, Ground Floor, Jalan Medan Pusat Bandar 7A, Bangi Central, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11AM – 10PM, closed Monday

4. Gangnam Station

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Known for serving some of the freshest cuts of meat in town, Gangnam Station quickly become a popular for its Bulgogi (Stew Daging Lembu).

Address: G.45, Blok 5, Laman Seri Business Park, Persiaran Sukan, Seksyen 13, 40100, Shah Alam, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11.30AM – 10.30PM, Daily

5. Sweetree Restaurant

Sweetree has won many hearts of fellow Korean food lovers because of their affordable pricing (for a Korean restaurant). The eatery is also notable for its scrumptious Korean Fried Chicken and Kimbap.

Address: 13, First Level, Jalan Ampang Putra, Taman Putra Sulaiman, Taman Dagang, 68000, Ampang
Operation Hours: 11.30AM – 12.00AM, closed Tuesday

6. B Station

B Station in Ampang is a treasure trove of authentic Korean grub, you can even get Korean pastries and homemade Korean hotdogs here. Aside from the scrumptious food, the cozy and homey ambience makes this eatery an ideal place for family and friends to chilex while indulging in kimchi.

Address: C14.G, Jalan Ampang Utama 1/1, Taman Dagang, 68000, Ampang
Operation Hours: 12.00AM – 10.00PM, closed Monday

7. K FRY Urban Korean

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If cheese is your thing and you love Korean fried chicken, K Fry is the place for you. This restaurant opened in Malaysia with its first branch at Johor Bahru and it came to Putrajaya in late 2017. The highlight of here is the Fried Chicken Bumbuk.

You can watch the staff wrap the fried chicken with a substantial coating of gooey cheese.

Address: G26 IOI City Mall, Lebuh IRC, 62502, Putrajaya, Selangor
Operation Hours:  11AM–10.30PM, Daily

8. B.bap Korean Bistro

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Expect a wide range of traditional Korean grub such as kimchi jigae (kimchi stew) and tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes). The restaurant is innovative in terms of its offering, eg: volcano fried rice and bingsu set which are both fantastic.

Address:
1. Lot GF08, NU Sentral, 201, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470, Kuala Lumpur
2. L1.19 & SAC.L1.1, Level 1, Avenue K, 156, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur City Center, 50450, Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 10AM–10PM, Daily

9. Sopoong

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Sopoong Korean Restaurant was established in 2011 in Malaysia.
The word ‘Sopoong’ means Picnic in Korean. If you’re planning to drop by do try their bulgogi bibimbap and kimchi pancake.

Address: Full list of locations, click here.

10. K Street Café

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Located in the heart of SS15 Subang Jaya, K Street Café is a 2 storey Korean restaurant. The crunchy popcorn chicken and Odeng fish cake stick are delicious here.

Address: 28, Ground Floor, Jalan SS 15/8, SS 15, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11AM–11PM, Daily

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