Bulgogi Brothers is one of the Korean casual dining restaurant where the first restaurant opened back in South of Seoul, Korea back in 2006. And now, the restaurant has gained a cult-like status with more than 50 outlets in south Korea, Canada, Philippines as well as in Malaysia.

It is a place where people can gather, meet and enjoy authentic Korean food with their peers and friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Bulgogi Brothers is a regular haunt among Korean celebrities and is known for its authentic Korean cuisine prepared by renowned Executive Chef Changbu Jeong. And this round in Bulgogi, we are being invited for their special introductory session of cocktails and food and wine pairing at Bulgogi Brothers Paradigm Mall.We are served with the welcome dish when we are seated. It is just so sweet of the management to prepare us with some bites and this is served to all customers too.

Next comes the starters which we had which is the kimching, kangkumg and radish as well another sides will be the pumpkin, sweet potato and spinach.

The session is being divided to 3 different tyoes of wine and it is paired with their delicious food there. Makguli iis one of the item which started our wine pairing session. Makguli which is also known as “Makkoli” or “Makgeolli” is a Korean rice wine. The texture is slightly milky has now recently a popular items among the younger generation in Korea due to the high interest in products that promote wellbeing and good health. Makguli is made from a mixture of fermented rice, wheat as well as water. It is unfiltered as so it contains lactic asid and some good bacteria which is found in yogurt too. Makguli is also contains fiber, vitamins and it has only 6-8% alcoholic content. The savory Makguli has an official name which is “nongju” which refers to its peasant roots. For long, it was known as the drink of choice among the farmers and common laborers. Taking a large gulps from a bowl of makguli gave farmers in the filed a warm sensation, along with providing a boost of energy with their demanding work. The taste gives a mild and slightly tangy taste which is superb.
Price: RM 25.00

Alongside, we had the cocktail which is prepared using Makguli. This is the Makguli Cocktail is where the milky rice wine is being mixed together with the option pineapple or strawberry liqueur. As for this time we had them in strawberry liqueur which is specially nice and good. Mild taste with a light strawberry taste combination makes the drinks smooth and perfect.
Price: RM 27.90

Haemul Pajeon

Haemul Pajeon

Haemul Pajeon

Makguli is being paired also with the Bulgogi Brothers’s Korean delights. A “must have” Korean style pancake (Haemul Pajeon) which is being served together with seafood and green onions. The Delighting pancakes is being filled with spring onions and wheat flour, and topped with the scrumptious fresh seagfood with it which includes the mussel, prawns as well as the squids.
Price: RM 27.90

After sampling the first cocktails and wine pairing, we go to the next item which is the Soju. Soju is the best known liquor from Korea and it is distilled vodka-like.The mrice wine liquor with the high potency and often flavored similarly. The main ingredient is rice almost always in combination with other ingredients such as wheat, barley or sweet potatoes. Clear colored and typically varies in alcohol content from 10-25% proof, the soju is therefore traditionally consumed straight in a shot glass. The soju have the clean, neutral taste and many says that the taste reminds them of vodka. Chum Churum is what we tried and it is one of the Korean favorite blend of soju.
Price: RM 19.90

And as for the cocktail base we had the soji-to which is alike like mojito where it is just being blend with the Korean twist. It is made with soju instead of rum.
Price: RM 14.90

– Spicy Chicken Maekjeok-

– Spicy Chicken Maekjeok-

Pairing with soju are mostly will be the meat. Spicy Chicken Maekjeok is well paired with the soju where the chicken thigh is being skewed together with the leak and garlic together. This is where the skewers of chicken thigh and the ingredients are being deep fried first and then it is put at the skewers of the satay pan and added with some spiciness in it. Deliciously made with the tender juicy skewers is simply irresistible.

-Galbi KKotsa-
-Galbi KKotsa-
-Galbi KKotsa-
-Galbi KKotsa-
-Galbi KKotsa-

Beef lovers will never say no to their Galbi KKotsal where the succulent boneless Angus Beef short ribs is well marinated with the special bulgogi sauce. The mumbling Angus meat from Australia is simply perfectly bbq with the onions, mushrooms, garlic, and potato with it. Well bbq till medium rare, the meat is simply juicy and the texture is obviously perfect and each bites just perfectly infused with the flavours.

Last but not least, we also had the Fruit Wines which is the most popular dink in Kore. The most popular wfruit wines which are made from plums and black raspberries.Because of their fragreant, fruity flavor and the milder taste than most alcohol, it is usually more popular among the women.
Price: RM 58.50

Unyang and Gwangyang style Bulgogi
Unyang and Gwangyang style Bulgogi
Unyang and Gwangyang style Bulgogi

The food pairing which comes together with it will be the Bulgogi Brother Special where it is one of the special assorted bulgogi combination of Bulbogi Brothers. This is the combination of Unyang and Gwangyang style Bulgogi where one is the heart shape meat which is being served together with their special sauce. While for the Gwang-yang style is the slices of minced meat being served together. Specially made and the juicy texture of the meat itself does not fail to impress me.
Price: RM 81.90

Ended the meal with the chicken Bibimbap which the rice mixed with the spicy, chicken and vegetables. Some of the vegetables which is included in the Bibimbap includes the Gosari, Spinach, Beansprout, Radish, carrot and more. The delights is just good to end our tummy with the delicious rice with the tender chicken meat inside.
Price: RM 26.90

* All prices are subjected to 10% service charge and 6% government tax

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