Mr Dakgalbi @ Gurney Plaza, Penang

Mr Dakgalbi @ Gurney Plaza, Penang

Written by Lingzie

Topics: Gurney Plaza, Korean Food

Korean food lovers now have another option to choose from with the arrival of Mr Dakgalbi at Gurney Plaza! Located on the 3rd floor (next to Kim Gary) the international franchise which has various branches in KL, has finally landed in Penang!

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Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

We lucked out and got a table fairly quickly, because right after we sat down, a long line of customers started to form outside the restaurant. Mr Dakgalbi’s star item seems to be the cheese ring with dakgalbi (pan grilled chicken) so we placed our order for the Medium promo set. The medium promo set priced at RM76 NETT includes:-

Medium Cheese Ring Dakgalbi

Ramen

Fried Rice (S) 

+ 100g extra cheese

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Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

The menu includes from Pan Fried rice items too which would be suitable for diners dining alone. Plus some add on items to the Dakgalbi main course. We had originally wanted to try the Seafood Pancake as well but was told that it was not available at the moment.

After being served free water and banchan (refillable kimchi, shredded cabbage and pickled radish), our Dakgalbi came along shortly. It is cooked on our table tops so do expect some smoke and perhaps leaving the restaurant with your hair smelling like dakgalbi 😛

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

Cheese Ring & Ramen

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

Fried Rice (which will be fried towards the end of the meal)

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After cooking the chicken and vegetables for a while… comes the cheese ring!

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

Then, ramen is added!

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Finally all done and ready to be eaten!! nom nom nom~

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

Mr Dakgalbi Gurney Plaza Penang, Korean Food in Penang, Penang Food Blog, Lingzie Food Blog

All that cheeseeeeeeee………….. <3 <3 <3

The chicken dakgalbi was delicious and thankfully not overly sweet. I have had some dakgalbis that border on the sweet side which I don’t fancy. I do enjoy Mr Dakgalbi’s version but wished it could have been a lil spicier! Perhaps I can ask for more gochujang and gochugaru next time? hehe

The chicken was good on its own with its rich marinade but of course even better with the cheese!! It adds more richness and savoury flavour. Meanwhile, the abundant vegetables and kimchi helped to cut through the richness.

The Ramen texture was just right – springy with a lovely bite. I haven’t had ramen in a long while so this really satisfied my ramen cravings. There were some toppoki included in the dakgalbi but I think I will add on more the next time.

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Rice is added towards the end of the meal

When we had a few pieces of dakgalbi left, we felt ready for rice and asked for the rice to be fried.

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We unanimously agreed that the fried rice was better than the ramen (although the ramen will always have a place in my heart… or more specifically stomach :P) I wasn’t sure why the rice tasted better…. perhaps it absorbed the flavours more than the ramen? Whatever it is, we had a satisfying meal at Mr Dakgalbi.

The Medium promo set is advertise to be sufficient for 2-3 pax. Personally for me the portion is sufficient for 3 but for guys or for those with bigger appetites, the portion is more for 2pax.

I look forward to returning to try the pancake and whenever I get hit by dakgalbi cravings 😛

The Essentials:-

Mr. Dakgalbi

L3-61A Gurney Plaza, Penang (next to Kim Gary)

TEL: 016-765 0514

Mr Dakgalbi Facebook Page

5 Comments Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. ashley says:

    The meat they use are old and dry, and the owner and chef are NOT KOREAN which I found out after searching up.
    this restaurant is fake.
    I hope my comment makes some difference in life in our penang

  2. NAD says:

    HALAL FOOD FOR MUSLIM???

  3. dan says:

    may i know is the price display on the menu is include service charge and gst?

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