KOBQ Restaurant is a newly open Korean Restaurant located at Precint 10, this is the 3rd Korean restaurant after Gangnam Style and Daore within Tanjung Tokong area. If not mistaken KOBQ restaurant previous is Chef Weng which already closed down.
Kimchi Jeon Gol RM60, a combination of ham, sausage, cheese, spring onions, carrot, red bean, onion, needle mushroom…etc cook in sour and spicy soup. We did try the same dish before at Zi Zai Restaurant which we found taste better than this. The soup is a little bit watery and lack of cheese flavor.
Dak-Gal-Bi RM65, Marinated Chicken is Korean spicy sauce with assorted ingredients such as spring onions, onion, potato, korean rice cake, cabbage and needle mushroom. It is raw when served and it required 10-15minute to cook.
After waiting for a while and our Dak-Galbi almost ready, it look to be spicy but instead it just a little bit spicy but more on sweet taste. Chicken is extremely soft and succulent eating with crunchy vegetable is just delicious.
We ordered a plate of Korean rice (RM5 each, expensive) to mix with the Dak-Galbi, just put rice into the bowl and let it cook for a while, it does’t taste as good as we expected as the gravy left is too little.
Korean Fish Cake Soup which shown in menu RM65 for 3 stick of Korean Fish Cake which is extremely expensive, luckily we bought the online voucher which included else we will never order this dish. It doesn’t has very solid flavor and the soup is pretty plain as well.
Bibimbap RM20, assorted vegetable with egg cook with rice in hot stone. The ultimate taste for bibimbap is the sweet and spicy sauce which is somehow taste just normal here and the egg is way overcook to blend well with the rice and vegetable.
KO.B.Q Korean Restaurant
10-c-18 & 10-c-19, Precinct 10, Jalan Tanjong Tokong, 10470 Penang
N5 26.934 E100 18.349
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