Gomonae Ampang Point Korean Restaurant

Gomonae Ampang Point | Authentic Pork Free Korean Food in Malaysia

(Last Updated On: December 7, 2022)

Last year my tweet on Korean Food Restaurant in Malaysia got 4.8k retweets. Besides writing my list, another recommendation listed by the Twitterians and Gomonae is one of them.

So, I have an idea to try all in the list when I have extra money and write my opinion.

Before that, I want to write a disclaimer that Gomonae don’t have a Halal certificate, but I found an answer on their Facebook page that they served Halal food. If you’re doubtful about the status, it is best to ask them for confirmation first.

All good? Let’s move on to the review.

Gomonae Ampang Point
Have an old school interior.
Korean Restaurant Malaysia Gomonae
The staff are mostly Indonesian the last time that I went in September.

About Gomonae 고모네

When I check google about the meaning, Gomonae means your aunt’s family and ahh I find it very interesting. They have been in Ampang Point since 2015 and from what I heard it’s Korean owned.

What kind of food did they serve?

  • Malaysian food (Tom Yam)
  • Korean food
  • Beverages
  • Bingsu
Click link here or here to see the menu, so you can plan ahead!

What we tried at Gomonae

  • Yuk Gae Jang – RM20
  • Dak Bulgogi – RM20
  • Pajeon – RM25
Gomonae Ampang Point Dak Bulgogi
Dak Bulgogi served in a stainless steel tray.
Gomonae Ampang Point Beef Bulgogi
Gomonae Ampang Point Pajeon
Gomonae Ampang Point Spicy Beef Soup
Gomonae Ampang Point Yukgaejang

Lili thoughts:

I saw Yukgaejang 육개장 is the dish you must try at the Korean restaurant, from every review I read on Google. The spicy beef and vegetable soup is a bit spicy for me, but it’s delicious.

The Dak Bulgogi 닭 불고기 is beef marinated in a soy-based sauce. So, you will taste the sweetness dissolved with the beef tenderness. Gomonae bulgogi seems to have gravy whilst usually, you will get less gravy. This dish is excellent because you can eat the sauce with the rice, and you will be more satisfied with the flavour.

You might want to skip Pajeon because it’s super oily. Not a fan of this but I can assure you that you will enjoy Yukgaejang and Bulgogi.

The banchan that I get is only two, the radish and kimchi. The kimchi is a bit sour, but if you add it on top while you eat Yukgaejang, it will give out more flavour.

Overall it is a decent meal! It has a flavour and an ample range of Korean cuisine.

Address: F 32, Ampang Point, Jalan Mamanda 3, Taman Dato Ahmad Razali, 68000 Ampang, Selangor.
Operation hours: Open daily from 11am to 9pm.
Phone: 03-4266 7858
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