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지글 지글 | Zigle Zigle Korean BBQ Restaurant, Riverwalk Village, Kuala Lumpur

A friend of us recently open a Korean Restaurant at Riverwalk Village. According to him this is the first Korean Restaurant open in this neighborhood where he has been living here for almost 17 years. 
We were here for a dinner on the restaurant's first opening day to show him our supports and also congratulate him personally.
Zigle-Zigle Dak-Galbi The Dak-galbi consist of chicken meat topped with marinate sauce, red cabbage and white cabbage slice, sweet potatoes, tteok (rice-cake), spring onion, enoki mushroom, onion slice, red and green chili peppers, and udon. 
The Dak-Galbi is cook by the grill pan with cover on a portable gas stove. The covered cooking method not only prevent sauce splashing around the table, it also preserved more sauce after cook and lock the moisture of the Dak-Galbi.  
Different from those Teppan Dak-Galbi (Spicy Stir-Fried Chicken) we tried before; Zigle-Zigle Dak-Galbi is more like Sweet and Spicy Chicken Stew version. It is less oily, yet still chewy …

Yazid Burger (Supersized Burger), Shah Alam

After finish our workout cum visit at Taman Botani Shah Alam, we plan to have our late lunch at nearby before head home. I google for best burger in Shah Alam while husband driving his way out from Taman Botani, Yazid burger came up to the top of the search as it is just few km away!
We arrived smoothly via google map apps in about 5 minutes time. The burger place is located at the food court at the lower ground. We only found out Yazid Burger is selling Supersized burger when we were there!  
 First thing that caught our attenton is their largest size burger~ 3KG whopper selling at RM120!

Other whopper size are:- 250gram (RM10) | 500gram (RM20) | 1KG (RM40) | 1.5Kg (RM60.00) and 2KG (RM80.00). Their normal size (250gram) is not the normal size we used to have lol. Slightly larger than the usual normal size. All burger has 3 choices of meat patty, which is beef, chicken or lamb.  
Husband make a choice to order their 500gm beef burger @ RM20. From the display (bun size), It seems per…

Jjimdak | 찜닭 | Korean Braised Chicken

Jjimdak or dakjjim, or also known as Andong jjimdak. it is Korean braised chicken with sweet, savory and spicy braising sauce where soy sauce, sugar and dried chili pepper is the main ingredient for the sauce. According to Wikipedia, Jjimdak originated from Andong, therefore it was named Andong Jjimdak. I had Andong Jjimdak twice at two different restaurant in Myeongdong, Seoul. Both leave us an strong impression of it's savory taste. 
I made jjimdak for the first time 3 years ago, the dish turn out very delicious since it is very simple to make. Today I decide to make again since we miss this dish very much. This time, I omit dried chili pepper and use fresh chili instead, we can still taste there is some spiciness in the gravy but it is very very mild; I like this way better than hot and spicy. If you prefer Original Andong-styled Jjimdak, use dried chili pepper instead of fresh chilli pepper. 

Ingredient (2 Servings):
2 Chicken whole leg chopped (600gm) 1 Potato 1 Yellow Onion …