Monday, February 9, 2015


Things happen for a reason. First of all, thanks to my friend Jenny for highly recommend me to tried out Palsaik Korean BBQ. Though, the price is slight on the higher side they served a variety of items for a filling meal.

Honestly, it's my first time trying out Korean BBQ in my home country. Only tried out Jeju famous "black pork" BBQ years ago during my holiday and boy it was soooooo good! Indeed my visit to Palsaik, Scott Garden resulted they deserve a like from me on their FB page. And to make long story short, upon browsing thru Palsaik's timeline, here I am invited to their media appreciation night to celebrate their 1st year Anniversary. My heartiest congratulations to Palsaik! 😍

Welcome speech by Mr Chung, CEO of Palsaik Malaysia.

We are free to choose any drinks we want and the server recommended me cider which taste like lemon carbonated water. Oopss... I cheated on 2-3 gulp as it's so refreshing. 

Started our dinner with a bowl of salad. We are given cucumber with dipping sauce as condiments to eat with the meat and vegetable. 

Left : Raspberry wine Right : Plum wine

Before the dinner start, I couldn't refrain myself from ordering some alcohol. This time the server recommended me Raspberry wine. Oh yes please... This taste slight sweetish and very smooth.
My friend ordered Plum wine which more potent and definitely bolder too. I love this for the real wine taste.

Rice wine is good too. I am happy to try out different types of Korean wines.

My top pick? Raspberry wine 😊

Apparently, Palsaik's BBQ plate is made in Korea and would be sent back to Korea's every 3 months for cleaning and maintenance. The plates are made slanted to one side, so the fats from the meat would flow to the other end so you could get less oily meat! 

Our menu for the night would be the 8 colour set pork bellies. 

The server start by adding on kimchi, mushroom and chilis to the BBQ plates. 
Next pork bellies are BBQ from the left to right starting from ginseng, wine, pine leaves, garlic, herb, curry, miso paste and hot. IMO, ginseng, wine and hot taste the best of all! 

Wootz.... Look at all those meats! 
In case you don't drool, you might wanna check out this video! 😋

The 8 colour set comes with a pot of seafood soup too, which taste abundance of seafood and sourish hot. Indeed, very appetizing. 

Korean Ginseng root. Can be eaten raw or BBQ. Being an adventurous foodie, we opt to try both way of eating. Raw taste the best, as you get stronger flavourful ginseng taste compared to cooked!

We are so lucky to be treated to this Korean pancake specially cooked by the lady boss. It's not on the menu so don't bother to order! Hahaha.... 

What turn out to be a dinner event just got sweeter when there's lucky draw offering Samsung electrical appliances and the grand prize of air ticket by Korean Air for 2 person to Korea. OMG... Everyone look so amazed and surprised! 
Sadly, Lady Luck does not shine upon yours truly that night.

Back to foods, our seafood soup pot is cleared off the remains and the server added in white rice with some greens and fried the rice in the pot. Lastly, cheese is added on top of the rice. Like fried rice but with the cheese, this is truly awesome and tasty. I wouldn't mind few more helpings. Opps...

Palsaik 1st Anniversary cake 😍

My foodie friends for the night. Thanks for joining me! 😘 

Aged fermented kimchi. This is much more pungent, sour and spicy. But sorry to say I'm not too fond of this. In fact, I'm not really a kimchi lovers. Hehehe....

Finally met gorgeous & friendly Sarah!
Pic credit to her.

With Mr Chung, CEO of Palsaik Malaysia. Thanks for the cute pose with us, oppa! 😍
Once again, thanks for having us and Happy 1st Anniversary! 


2-15 & 2-16, 
The Scott Garden, 
289 Jalan Kelang Lama, 
58000 KL. 
Opening Hours: 
Mon - Sun: 11:30 am - 11:30 pm 

J-01-09, Soho KL, Solaris Mont Kiara, No.2 Jalan Solaris, 50480 KL. Phone: 03-6211 0383 
Opening Hours: 11.30am onwards daily


  1. I love Korean food and pancake is one of my favourite.

  2. All arrangements are really looking wonderful. I am also doing corporate event planning for some official event at my workplace. I am thinking to do arrangements like you showed but was wondering if we can do these for formal events too?