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Sometimes there are instances where I visited a place and be impressed, then proceed to forget about it and waited till more than half a year before writing a blog entry, this is one of such instance, and the restaurant is Gyukingu Japanese BBQ at Kota Damansara.

Gyukingu at kota damansara
Gyukingu at kota damansara

Gyukingu is located next to Sunway Giza, on the first floor at the same shoplots that also houses Al Rajhi bank (what an unfortunate logo for a bank). As with most anywhere in Kota Damansara PJU 5 area, getting a desirable parking space requires a little bit of patience and quite a lot of element of luck.

gyukingu beef set, under RM 40
gyukingu BBQ mixed beef set, under RM 40

The menu at Gyukingu is pretty extensive, and as the name suggests, mostly consist of beef.

If you want to splurge, there’s some pretty high end stuff like saga beef that is priced over RM 100+ per 100 gram, but there are also some affordable sets and “normal” priced items to choose from.

For example, the BBQ mixed beef set, priced at under RM 40, is a mighty fine way to enjoy their BBQ while not risking skipping your rental for the month.

mixed beef set comes with ox tongue as well
mixed pork platter was pretty good too.

If beef isn’t your favorite type of meat, or that you have a religious obligation to avoid consuming beef, Gyukingu also serves pork. We tried their mixed pork platter, and while not as flavorful as beef (grilled pork is rarely as good), they were actually still rather good, especially the “bacon cuts”. They even serve tongue as well.

soup and rice dishes are available too
soup and rice dishes are available too

For those who aren’t a fan of having to grill your own meat, there are rice bowls, soups, and even udon available here as well. They are usually priced at around RM 20 range. Yuki swore by the BBQ Pork Rice Bowl here, and it was only RM 14.80 or so.

the yuzu ice cream was excellent
the yuzu ice cream was excellent, and raw beef anyone?

Another one of our favorites was the beef sashimi that came in a form that’s not entirely unlike beef tartar. Chopped raw beef with an egg yolk on top. If you haven’t had raw beef, try it! It’s very close to high quality raw tuna. This version was less than RM 30 as well.

Oh, and be sure to end your dinner with some rather excellent Yuzu ice cream, it’ll set you back at RM 10 a scoop, but it’s really worth it!

Suan, Horng, Haze, Lance, Mel
Suan, Horng, Haze, Lance, Mel

If you’re a fan of BBQ beef, this is definitely a place to check out, but even if you’re not, there are enough other choices to satisfy most everyone.

map to Gyukingu, Kota Damansara

Address:
Gyukingu Japanese BBQ
Jalan PJU 5/17, Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
GPS: 3.151760, 101.591259
Tel03-6143 7750

Discuss : KY eats – Gyukingu Japanese Grilled Beef at Kota Damansara

  1. Oh sounds good… I always thought this place only serves expensive beef!

  2. Any suction to suck out all the fumes? Otherwise one would leave the place smelling like something one had on the grill…

  3. immature 2.0

    when uncle was browsing thru his camera for nekkid selfies, he came across Gyukingu, ahhh i almost forgot about this place….

  4. YES, yuzu ice cream please!

  5. I’ve not summoned the courage to try beef tartare yet! ;D

  6. KY, love steak tartare with raw egg on top serve with slice French breads. Some restaurants put capper in it which I like.

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