First of all, the price was right – RM95 for a very satisfying meal for 5 people (we are small eaters, though). We received a RM8.40 discount while lunching at Nakwon in Taman Danau Desa recently.
We don’t really know the reason – the waiter just showed us the bill with the discount and when asked for further clarification…well, he couldn’t really communicate effectively in English. Heh, we did not complain.
To our Muslim readers, Nakwon is non-halal. We had BBQ-ed pork.
The ambience was lovely and the group made a beeline for the low-table dining experience. Once we were comfortably seated on the floor, we placed our order.
Don’t be shocked when you see the prices (for the meat) in the menu. They are stated as RMxx/pax but in actual fact, the price is for “per portion”. Yes it means they will not charge each person in your group RMxx for the dish.
The restaurant is located on the first floor, right above the Sri Kota supermarket in Taman Danau Desa, so it has a lovely view that overlooks the main road and park.
Nakwon does not serve a free flow of green tea, but they do serve water. Top-ups are basically non-existent. Check out the yummy-licious food.
which gives the juicy meat a wonderful aroma. 닭고기 양념구이 costs RM28/portion.
bean paste smells and tastes heavenly in this dish. 해물 된장찌개 costs RM15.
wonderful aroma. Another good choice for meat eaters out there. I personally
enjoyed the chicken more…we wanted to try beef, but I
didn’t like the price. 돼지갈비 costs RM26/ portion.
right? We opted for the ever popular Japchae dish. 잡채 costs RM25.
14 different types of banchan. Whoo hoo.
of the banchan . Lots of sesame seeds sprinkled on top – lovely.
Cockles: Another restaurant that serves cockles as banchan.
Yay! It’s minus the blood – I like. The other restaurant that
serves this is Han Sung in Mont Kiara.
Taman Danau Desa, Kuala Lumpur
7-1-1, Jalan 3/109F,
Taman Danau Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03 79987 3004
Non-halal (you’ve been warned)