The bowl looked fiery red when it came to the table; there were soft slices of tofu swimming within, and the soup’s colour contrasted nicely with the enoki mushrooms and spring onion garnish on top. The soup was the bomb. Some places cut corners and add more kimchi paste, which means you get watery, ‘flavoured’ soup — but with this, I could really taste the texture of fibrous, blended vegetables, and there was a good amount of kimchi within as well. It was thick and sour, perfect for whetting the appetite, and the slight viscosity meant that the soup clung to each strand of ramyeon for maximum flavour. Did I also mention that the pork slices were super tender and had a great ratio of lean and fat?
I just want to mention real quick that this is one of the few restaurants that has one of the best customer service I have ever experienced. This is really rare in Malaysians restaurants I must say. The owner is insanely friendly and all smiles attending to every table's request, looking around at every table every few minutes or so to see if everything is all good. You can see the leadership influence in his staff as they do the same as well. Kudos to the team!! So, let's get to it!
Verdict: Cheese Donkatsu and Citron Pizza were good, the flavors of the stews were just run-of-of-mill which we can simply get at any other Korean restaurant out there.
Personally, I felt that Ticket to Korea has took a step forward in its dishes. These are some of the trending dishes in Korean cafes, which they've brought it in and tweak a little according to our tastebuds. Presentation was good and food was excellent. If you're bored of the standard Korean food and in search of something a little more dynamic, this is definitely the place for you.
VARIETY MONSTER (MYR 32) It kinda astounds us when it first got ushered out. Never crossed my mind to have my dessert this special way; not fluffy nor soft texture like your usual cakes. As its saucy name suggested, this piece of artfully woven pancake comes accompanied by chocolate, marshmallow and ice cream. Sweet tooth fans looking for some refreshing twist in their otherwise boring and plain pancake, ought to give this funky dessert a try.
Ticket To Korea is not a tour agencies, however it’s a place that will bring you pretty good food. Price might be a bit steep as Jeff mention they only use quality premium products. Well, it’s a place worth to try. Do order their set as its price reasonably with quite huge portion. Do be patient waiting for your food as the couple doing their best to serve everyone. I will still think its one of the best Korean Food in KL.
Alfredo base, Korean citron flavored thin crust pizza, layered with 3 types of cheese. This was not sour, if that's what'd you'd expect, more sweet than sour in fact. Incredibly addictive and made everyone go back for seconds.
The restaurant's pride: Sous-vide, sizzling pork belly, cooked for 48 hours in low temperature, then roasted on the grill for a caramelised crunch & fleshy-fatty succulence, complemented by mushrooms, spring onions & sweet-savoury sauce. RM56.