I love korean food. But I always had to go all the way to Ampang for good yet decently priced Korean grub. The nearest Korean restaurant near Bandar Sri Damansara (where we’re staying) was in Kepong Baru and it’s not exactly very near also. The traffic was another factor that prevented us from having Korean food as often as we like. Then came Charlie, and it’s even more difficult to find a place that could accommodate dogs.
That’s why I was very thrilled when I noticed that a Korean restaurant had opened at Waterfront Desa ParkCity, our regular place to walk Charlie. Recently, Waterfront management has begun to allow dog owners to sit outside of their restaurant premises with their furkids and this Korean restaurant is one of them. So another plus point for me. As far as I’m concerned, only Kluang Station and the steamboat place there do not allow dogs inside or out – so my middle finger to them.
Charlie chilling out while we nom on Korean food.
The Korean restaurant is called Hobahn. It’s situated right between Aino Kitchen and the pharmacy.It offers the Korean BBQ that we’re all familiar with and plenty of other dishes and pretty good set deals. And the best thing of them all? It serves pork :D
Hobahn Korean Restaurant
I have dined there 3 times and I was happy everytime. Unfortunately I have not gotten the chance to taste the BBQ because it’s always just the two of us but I’m definitely going to give the BBQ a go.
Pork bibimbap for 1 person but good enough for 2 – tasty :)
Kimchi tofu soup – hot, spicy and appetising..also good enough for 2 people.
Teriyaki fried chicken – crunchy and flavourful. Thumbs up!
The restaurant is clean and comfortable, got indoor and outdoor.
A picture of me cause I feel like it.
Bonus point for kimchi lovers. They sell them by the boxes so you can enjoy them at home.
Total damage: RM52.80. Before I finish, I would like to stress the importance of keeping your dogs well-behaved whenever you bring them out to public places. Make sure they’re toilet-trained and do not bark incessantly and keep them under control at all time. Don’t let them climb onto tables or lick from the restaurant’s utensils. All I’m saying is, you want to be able to bring your furkids out, then you got to be a responsible dog owner and convince the restaurateurs that not all dogs spell trouble. If you are unable to control your dogs, please don’t bother and ruin it for the rest of us. Stay home and watch lots of Cesar Millan instead.
Hobahn Korean Restaurant
GF-12, The Waterfront @ Parkcity,
5 Persiaran Residen,
52200 Kuala Lumpur