​🇰🇷Gugong Restaurant – Korean BBQ & Traditional Cuisine

πŸ‡°πŸ‡·Gugong Restaurant – Korean BBQ & Traditional Cuisine


Restaurant: Gugong, Korean BBQ & Traditional Cuisine

Venue: Empire, Subang Jaya

Date: 6 April 2017


It has been quite awhile since I last visited Empire Subang. Being a big kimchi fan, I was curious and hungry enough to try-out, together with my wife Maryati, a new Korean Restaurant there which claims to be Halal.


I was impressed firstly by the attractive decor, and the neatness of the spacious restaurant.

The menu was well compiled with useful photos and description of every dish available.

I ordered the beef kimchi soup rice set which included 6 small and appetising side dishes of varied vegetables from the Γ  la carte menu. Maryati ordered the same dish except her beef was shredded. Watch my Video Clip!

It was around 8pm on a weeknight, and the service was fast because there was only in couple occupying another table in the whole restaurant.


Our dishes were healthy, delicious and filling, and also, I liked the natural goodness of the hot green plum tea which goes well with the spiciness of the kimchi dishes.

The waiters were efficient and polite, and this contributed to our overall pleasant dining experience.


I will definitely revisit Gugong Restaurant when we have more time to enjoy the sizzling Korean BBQ.

Having a restaurant situated in a mall is not a only convenient location for the diners and shoppers, but it also gives the Restaurateur a good access to the constant flow of potential customers.

Granted their food prices is more than what you will get in a quick bite stall, but if you are looking for a good meal in a relaxing setting, then I can recommend you checkout Gugong to satisfy your Korean urges! So, for what it’s worth I rate this place a 3 and a half star out of 5 based on my one time Dining Experience there.


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Food tasting and Dining experiences are very subjective and can vary greatly from one individual to another, and from one sitting to another.

The views expressed above are based on my personal experience, and they may not necessarily reflect the views of the Restaurant Owner, Other Diners or any other 3rd party.

About Gus Ghani

Hi:) My name is Gus and I am a Fitness Coach who enjoys outdoor adventures. In particular, I like to run marathons & ultra marathons, and compete in triathlons and century rides for fitness, fun & friendship. My passion is to motivate my friends to exercise more so that they can live life to the fullest. The purpose of this blog is five-fold:- 1) I find writing very therapeutic & beats paying for a psychiatrist to keep sane 2) I like to share & inspire others into engaging in any healthy pursuits 3) This is a great way to keep track of my progress in all my sporting endeavours 4) This also keeps me honest & spurs me on to do more 5) Even if you are a couch potatoe, I hope you will find my entries entertaining and/or informative. In summary, this blog is helping me help others help myself...get it?
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