Swan Lake Korean Restaurant, Sri Petaling

So, I was thinking as to what to write or blog about since I’ve numerous pending posts. I know, it doesn’t sound too good on me. This is a restaurant located at Sri Petaling, the new area where the hype is starting to build up – Swan Lake Korean Restaurant.DSC_1232This place has very traditional and unique architecture; though it does not have the capacity to be a boutique restaurant yet. But that was what I felt when I entered. DSC_1233 See, I told you that my psychic mind tells me their original plan was to make it a boutique restaurant. I like the unique floorings. I am weird.DSC_1234 This place is excellent for hang out. It’s spacious, it’s cozy and it’s like a place where people can chill, scream and even do what they want lah. 😛DSC_1238 If you think this place can easily be packed, no way. It’s huge.DSC_1239 DSC_1241 Here’s the food shots for this restaurant. I’d say it tastes pretty weird. But I gotta confess; I AM NO FAN OF KOREAN FOOD. So, I’d think the mentions below are based on my jurisdiction. If it tastes worst than what I wrote, forgive me. If it tastes better than what I wrote, then good for you lah! HahaDSC_1251 This is a kind of Korean BBQ Meat. On my first bite, I thought it smell weird (I AM WEIRD). But on my consecutive few rounds, I thought it tastes really good. You know those rendang meat? The meat does feel like those. On my last few bites, I prolly got the fatter meat, so I wasn’t too keen. But I like the onion and the way it is served though. Hot and sizzling. 😀DSC_1374 DSC_1379 Don’t be deceived, the picture below is a picture which has not been cooked. It was for illustration purposes only. I personally like the dishes in the hot pot, but not the prawns obviously. I am no fan of seafood, if you’ve not noticed.DSC_1385 I feel like a star when a picture of mine is snapped #randomDSC_1393 DSC_1399 Ohai, by the way, this is XIANG. The blogger who went with me for this food tasting.DSC_1400 I can’t remember if it was my first bite, middle bite, or last bites. I do look bored and I do look like a kid playing with food. But hey, life is meant to be enjoyed, no?DSC_1415 DSC_1417 Welcome to the life of a 12 year old. :))DSC_1423 This is the porridge hot pot. Not a big fan of porridge but I have to admit that the porridge really had the taste of the dishes in it. The prawns, mushrooms and all really made the porridge tastes good. Well, who ever didn’t know that putting prawns and all into a porridge of soup makes it tastes good kan?DSC_1434 DSC_1435 I like this soup. It tastes a bit like Maggi Sup, but the stuffs inside is wayyyy better than Maggi Soup. This is no cheap stuffs. Oh, I like it boiling. It kinda gets me going cause it makes me feel hawt! 😛DSC_1441 They have some red dates in it to get the whole thing going too. I like those red dates. Who doesn’t? 😛DSC_1443 DSC_1445 DSC_1446 DSC_1451 DSC_1452 DSC_1454 DSC_1455 It was crazily frigging hot and the photographer chose to take this picture. No, I’m not afraid of it being spicy. DSC_1473 DSC_1474 DSC_1475 See, we were both slurping soup. The soup was undeniably quite nice.DSC_1482 DSC_1489 DSC_1490 This was the porridge version of it. I know it doesn’t look as appetising as it should be, but it still does have good stuffs in it.DSC_1493 Oh, I like the Blueberry drink. Or was it blackberry. Either way, some sort of berry juice turns me on. Haha. Kidding. 😛DSC_1495 DSC_1503 Well, it’s worth a try. I won’t say it is extremely fantatatastic. But if you are looking for a chillout place, a Korean Chinese Restaurant, a convenient and spacious area, consider this place. ___________________________________________________________________________ Address: 125 Jalan Radin Bagus, Bandar Baru Seri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Perseketuan.


  1. Reply
    Xjion89 June 17, 2011

    wow, cool~~
    going wif XIANG too^^

  2. Reply
    Nikel Khor June 17, 2011

    Not bad.. Try this before

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