Before going on about the dishes I tried at this place, I would like to express that Korean food is never my preference. The first ever Korean food that I tasted was Kimchi and I never liked it. I don't remember how it was introduced to me nor who brought the food for me, I just remember that I don't like it and till this day, I still don't.
But I'm still open in trying out Korean food in hopes that I find one that I really, really like. Currently, there's still no Korean dish that I like but there are some that I deemed okay.
SeoulScape Bistro is easy to spot from outside despite it being on the 1st floor.
The main dish that we tried, one was housed in a wok and another in a pot.
The one in the Wok with some broth in it is the Jeuksuk Ddeokbokki:
The other main dish that's served in a pot is the Budae Jjigae.
Ours were added in extra chili paste - Gochujang hence it was spicier than the Ddeokbokki. But if it weren't so, I believe that the Ddeokbokki would be a more spicier dish since it's not soup-like like the Jjigae.
Some side dishes were served as well:
For me, I stuck to the 2 main dishes as that's the taste that's the most pleasing to my palates.
SeoulScape Bistro is open everyday except Mondays from 12:30pm till 11pm.
The full address:
No 18-1, Jln PJU 5/20B, The Strand Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia