Today I feel like having Korean so I went to Han Woo Ri 한우리.
They have set lunches (priced at RM15, lunch time: noon till 3pm) that includes a main course, tea, two slices of watermelon, and some kind of dessert drink (nurunji?).
One of my favourite things about Korean food is the 반찬 Banchan (side dishes).
Banchan: Sausage. Yums!
Banchan: Silky Tofu
My lunch partner ordered Rabokki 라볶이
I chose Dolsot Bibimbap 돌솥 비빔밥, my all-time favourite
Mix it up! I'm not good with spicy food but I needed 2 saucers of gochujang today to add flavour, hmm...
Watermelon & what I think looks like chilled Nurunji 누룽지, I may be wrong.
As I was paying, a foreign-looking (maybe from Bangladesh) waiter/ supervisor asked me in Korean (!) if I was Korean!?
Him: ...(something) 한국 사람? (Are you Korean?)
Me: Er...한국 사람 아니에요 (No)
Him: ...(something) 한국말..(something)...(i guess he was asking if I speak Korean?)
Me: 한국말 잘 못해요...
He continued rambling in a heavily non-Korean accent and all I could do was smile and nod my head. 아이구~
This is not the first time that someone asked if I'm Korean but it's the first time a non-Korean asked this question in Korean. Haha...
Han Woo Ri Korean BBQ Restaurant
1D & 2D, Jalan USJ 10/1J,
47620 Subang Jaya
C6-1, C7-1, Jalan AMpang Utama 1/1,
One Ampang Avenue,