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KOREAN FOOD?
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looking for korean food in kuching. any recommend?

Posted on: 2007/12/11 0:25
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Re: KOREAN FOOD?
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koreana restaurant opposite Hilton

Posted on: 2007/12/11 0:27
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There are a couple of Korean owned restaurants, one at 3rd mile, name's Seoul Garden, another at Jln Song there (the place where lotsa Mainland Chinese selling dvds), every time I went there I noticed lotsa Koreans eating there, and another one beside Momoyama, can't recall the name.

Posted on: 2007/12/11 7:16
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The one beside Momoyama, Kim's Kitchen, seems to have closed down.

The best would be Seoul Garden @ 3rd Mile and Koreana @ Tmn Sri Sarawak Mall (?). Da Om @ Jln Song is pricier for less choice. Do you know that the owner's son is a state junior golfer?

Posted on: 2007/12/11 9:23
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Re: KOREAN FOOD?
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Oh Kim's Kitchen it is~
Closed down liaw? So fast ah? The boss of Kim's Kitchen is the same as Momoyama right?

Posted on: 2007/12/11 9:31
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Yeah same owner.

I've drove past the area couple of times and the place seems vacant.. o_O?

Posted on: 2007/12/11 9:39
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Quote:

galadriel wrote:
Yeah same owner.

I've drove past the area couple of times and the place seems vacant.. o_O?

So? Done for ka?

Posted on: 2007/12/11 10:59
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maybe becos tta outlet doesnt seem to be tat appealing ..i mean eventho its right in de city cntr n nearby to some other eating outlets but still de physical outlook of de plc is nt tat really nice . owes seems to be empty..maybe move somewhrelse

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thanks a lot. i like korean food very much. dunno where to get the best. i will go to try at Koreana n Seoul Garden. thanks ya

Posted on: 2007/12/11 14:09
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