In Korea, rice ball is called as jumeokbap. Jumeok literally means ‘fist’ and bap means ‘cooked rice’.
Spicy rice ball is a combination dish of steamed rice, spicy sauce and seaweed flakes which serves in a korean big bowl at the beginning. A pair of transparent sleeves is prepared for you. What are you going to do with the sleeves? Yeah! The best part of enjoying this dish is to get your hands rolling in the bowl. The rice ball is so delicious.
The meat are all fresh and well-presented.
If you love to eat bbq but you don’t like to cook? No worry, the staff will cook for you on your table.
How if you like to eat but don’t wish to cook on your table? No worry, there is another service provided by the shop whereby they will cook it for you at outside. In a meanwhile, you can actually eat on a clean table without having bbq smoke coming out from the bbq hot plate on your table.
There are two ways to eat the bbq meat.
1 – wrap the meat with vegetables and eat.
2 – dip the meat with melted cheese and eat.
Side dishes – I believe everyone who love Korean food would definitely love their side dishes. Basically, there are slightly different side dishes will be served everyday. I love their Kimchi very much as it comes with the original Korea Kimchi taste.
Soju is the best known liquor from Korea. It is distilled, vodka-like, rice liquor with high potency and often flavored similarly. It is smooth and clean in taste, which makes it easy to drink in combination with various Korean dishes. The main ingredient of soju is rice, almost always in combination with other ingredients such as wheat, barley, or sweet potatoes. Soju is clear-colored and typically varies in alcohol content from 10% to 25% proof. It was first known to have been distilled around 1300 A.D.
Soju is the Korean equivalent of the Japanese sake.
BBQ Ma Eul Cup Bab
No.48, Jalan SS21/58,
Damansara Utama, Uptown
47400 Petaling Jaya,