Bulgogi Brothers is a Korean casual dining restaurant concept managed by ET & Zeus Co. a company founded by Intae Jung and Chaiwoo Yi. The first Bulgogi Brothers restaurant opened in Gang-Nam, south of Seoul, Korea in 2006.
Oppa Gangnam Style!
In Malaysia it is operated and managed by Chasswood Group which famous for holding a few highly renowned casual dining chain like TGI Friday, Watami Japanese Casual Dining, Korean BBQ Casual Dining, Italianies, The Apartment Restaurant, Teh Tarik Place, Baci Italian Cafe, Malones Irish Bar and Laundry Bar.
Bulgogi Brothers is located at Paradigm Mall, Pavilion KL, e@Curve and Mid Valley Megamall.
Bulgogi Brothers restaurant may look different compared to other type of Korean BBQ Restaurant. You don’t get to see the air ducts dangling around the ceilings.
Here they don’t use charcoal and all fully using induction cooker which are cleaner and healthier. All the air holes on the ceiling, it actually the suction air duct which the design is to ensure the smoke once hit the light height will be cleared. This is to get the place well ventilated and reduce the meat smell.
At Bulgogi Brothers, we can get to try all sorts unlimited refillable Ban Chan side dishes which mainly marinated according to the Korean original specs. With each prepared ahead of time and tested daily for quality by the central kitchen using state of the art measuring equipments ensure the best are served to the customers.
Sweet potato, corn and green beans.
Sogogi Milssam – Sautéed Beef Wraps RM19.90
Naturally colored wheat flour pancake wraps filled with seasoned sauteed beef sliced and crunched julienned potato.
The pancake were kinda tasteless and depends on the sauteed beef.
Dubu Chicken – Crispy Tofu with Chicken RM15.90
Fried Tofu Squares with beautifully marinated diced chicken drizzled with teriyaki sauce and served with bean sprouts.
Galbi Tang – Beef Short Ribs Soup RM29.90
A 3 hours preparation of rich but delicate soup made from beef short ribs and Korean Herbs. This is served with a bowl of white rice that best to go along with it.
Special dip for the beef ribs. A lil tangy and bit spicy which spice up the beef ribs.
Samgyetang – Ginseng Chicken Soup RM45.90
This is how you start with the chicken soup. This is the best and ideal dish to be ordered on a rainy day. The chicken come with rice that are cooked within the chicken. It is naturally flavoured with and cooked inside the chicken and served directly. The free range chicken were used to cook this dish and is well known for its tenderness.
Unlimited refill spinach and cucumber that goes along with the bulgogi. This is usually best enjoyed by wrapping the bbq meat. The bulgogi are normally cooked in front of you.
The special assorted Bulgogi combination of Unang-style (seasoned beef and hand-pressed into heart shapes) and Gwangyang-style Bulgogi (thinly sliced seasoned beef served with mushrooms, sweet potatoes, leeks and onions).
Each Bulgogi Brothers ala carte menu order comes with 6 complimentary side dishes of the listed above Banchan ie. Kimchi, Spinach, Radish, Spiced Water Crest, Sweet Lotus Root and Mashed Pumpkin.
For enquiries or reservations, kindly contact Bulgogi Brothers outlets at 03-7722 3633 (E-Curve), 03-2282 2292 (Midvalley), 03-78873543 (Paradigm Mall) and 03-21419620 Pavilion KL.
Website : http://www.bulgogibros.com.my
Facebook : http://www.fb.com/Bulgogibros.my