Sopoong, which means 'picnic' in korea, a trivial yet welcuming korean restaurant located at the lowest floor of times square. The restaurant mainly catering to the younger generation and thus offering traditional and fusion korean foods with relatively low prices as compared with other korean restaurant while maintaining certain level of quality of the foods. But bear in mind that u are getting what u pay for, so dont be too demanding on the presentation as well as the quality of the dishes with such reasonable prices.
A table of Korean goodness
Jjajangmyun (RM13.90), popular Korean style noodles derived from the Chinese dish '炸酱面', basically is noodles with black soybean sauce and some minced chicken and carrot. It tastes neither sweet nor salty but weird to me, im definitely not a fans of it > <
Pajeon (RM11.90), Korean style pancake with squid and spring onion served with soy-vinegar dipping sauce. Fancy looking dish with crispy edges and packed quite a heat punch with fresh vege and seafood embedded inside, recommended!!
Dakgalbi, stir fried marinated diced chicken, korean rice cake, glass noodle and vegetable with chilli paper paste on a hot grill. Small portion for RM15.90 with one steamy hot white rice and large for RM35.90 with two rice. Glass noodle soak up all the flavour and goodness of the sauce along with tender juicy chicken..........sluuuuururp! its just heavenly!!
Kimchi Jeon (RM10.90), another version of korean pan fried pancake with kimchi and vegetable, assuredly is one of the most common and popular dish you will find at any Korean restaurant
Kimbab (RM7.50), Korean dried seaweed rolls, steamed white rice and various other fresh ingredients such as cucumbers, carrots, eggs, luncheon meat-thingy, and pickled radish rolled in dried seaweed and served in bite size slices.
love it, will definitely come back again!!
Check this out:
SopoongLG71, Berjaya Times Square
No1, Jalan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2141 0224