Tue - Sun: 11:00 - 20:30
Kim Dae Mun Korean Cuisine serves tasty and authentic Korean cuisine such as Korean Tender Sliced Beef, Spicy Pork and Spicy Shreadded Chicken.
I've been a avid fan of korean food for quite sometime and Im always on a lookout of good and cheap korean food. Heard about this store and decided to try it out today. The store is very easily located. The setting of the foodcourt is old; not as nice looking as the one we have now koufu/food Republic.
I ordered Spicy Chicken Soup Set which cost $6.50 and my friend ordered Spicy Pork Set which cost $7.00. The soup set came with a bowl of rice and a choice of kimchi, cucumber, anchovy. I pick the Kimchi and damm the kimchi taste soo good!! haha... The best out of sooo many food court that serves kimchi as side dish. When i receive my Chicken Soup Set i thought it will be super spicy because the colour of the soup is bright red, but upon testing it wasn't as spicy i thought it will be. For me, the amount of spiciness is just nice, not toooo spicy and not too blend. The soup is also very addictive and your spoon keeps going back for more. The soup is also filled with lots of vegetables spinach, xiao bai cai, spring onion? Its a definitely must try!!
Another set we ordered was the Spicy Pork Set same as the soup set it came with a bowl of rice and a choice of kimchi, cucumber or anchovy. My friend chose the seasoned anchovy, unlike other food court where the anchovy is soft and salty, there is still a crispy texture even though they put it out quite some time it is also not soo salty as compared to the others. Coming back to the pork set, they serve a plate full of the meat and the meat is not hard to bite and swallow it is cooked just nice, the spiciness of the meat is also not that bad.
Lastly we ordered dukbokki which cost $5 the portion is quite reasonable for the amount, weirdly it comes with a full egg. and again don't be trick by those bright red, it is actually not that spicy however as everyone that tried korean food before the rice cake is very chewy, however! it is not till the extend that you have to chew on it a million times before swallowing it down.
To sum it up this place is a good place for those who want to find good and cheap korean food :D and it is in town area so what more can you complain about?? I will definitely go back there :D
p.s. Try to go before the peak hour, Lunch and Dinner time. :D
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Furnishing was sparse and simple, with neat rows of plastic tables and chairs, and a counter where you can place your order. Very much like the previous food court style, you place your order at the counter, wait for your food to be ready, and bring it over to a table.
It was crowded on a Saturday night and it took some effort to find a table. Everybody was waiting around trying to snag a table and the queue at the counter was long.
The boyfriend chose the Spicy Pork Set which was yummy! Kim Dae Mun is well-known for cooking their hotplate dishes in hot water instead of oil so it was a much healthier option.
I picked the Kimchi Stew which was heavenly. Just the right amount of spicy and sour with a generous amount of kimchi, egg, and tofu in a thick stew. Perfect with steaming white rice.