Qing He Gu: Shanghai’s #1 Korean BBQ Restaurant Now Has 3 Branches In Klang Valley Including A Halal Outlet

As you walk in Qing He Gu, you are greeted by friendly waiters and a freebie section offering coffee, ice cream and a sweet rice drink called Sikhye. All your senses pleasantly stimulated by the sight of colourful appetizers, sound of Korean pop music and the smell of barbecued meats. You get a feeling that everything you’d want in a Korean BBQ experience is right here at Qing He Gu.


Qing He Gu Won Awards For The Best Korean Restaurant In Shanghai

Qing He Gu has won awards for Best Korean Restaurant in Shanghai for two consecutive years and a five star rating for three consecutive years in

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Qing He Gu Uses Special Mangrove Wood Charcoal And Serves Imported Meats From Spain And USA

Qing He Gu uses fragrant Mangrove Wood to bring out the best flavour in their BBQ!


1. Rib Of Pork (Galbi)

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This Pork Rib or Galbi imported from Spain is Qing He Gu’s signature best-seller. Marinated in their fruit based soy sauce for more than 24 hours, each bite in this tender meat gives way to a burst of a slightly sweet and savoury flavour.

2. Pork Belly

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Photo: KL Foodie

The high-quality cut of Pork Belly served here is layered with a good balance of fat and meat. When cooked over the grill, the fat gets a nice crackling texture on the outside, with its meat still retaining its tenderness. Best eaten with Ssamjang (soybean paste).

3. Pork Roast

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Photo: KL Foodie

This thick Pork Roast cut could not be any more tender. Skillfully grilled and seasoned with only salt & pepper, this Spanish imported cut exudes a great natural taste!

4. Raw Rib Of Beef

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Just look at the marbling of this USA imported Beef Rib! Expertly grilled without seasoning, this premium meat presents a good depth of beefy flavours and a melt-in-the mouth feel.

5. Charcoal Roasted Pork

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This marinated Charcoal Roasted Pork is grilled specially with lots of smoke! Its sweet and smokey flavour is similar to how the Malaysian satay tastes like. Yum.

Qing He Gu Also Serves Special And Traditional Korean Dishes

Qing He Gu also serves a traditional Korean Dish called Hot Stone Pot Rice! This is rarely seen in Malaysia.


6. Nutritious Hot Stone Pot Rice

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This Nutritious Hot Stone Pot Rice is a traditional Korean dish that you have to try! The pot of rice comes with: sliced mushrooms, jujube, black beans and ginseng, served with a side of soybean soup and sesame oil soy sauce. The rice can be paired with any dish you want!

The Right Way To Enjoy: 

  1. Scoop rice out into a bowl.
  2. Pour hot water in the pot and wait 5min.
  3. Mix and drink the Scorched Rice Soup!

7. Cheese Egg Roll

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Photo: KL Foodie

Sometimes, something as simple as egg and cheese can go a long way. This best-selling Cheese Egg Roll served here is huge and dense with a lot of mozzarella cheese, onions and carrots! Crunchy, chewy and fragrant – this egg roll is something that you must experience.

8. Kimchi-Jjiggae

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The Kimchi-Jiggae served here is a little unique because this one is cooked with pork fat! This spicy and sour classic dish is served with enoki mushrooms, tofu and sliced pork meat. A great complement to have with your barbecued meats!

Cocktails With A Korean Twist

Korean BBQ is always better with a little alcohol. They serve interesting drinks here at Qing He Gu!


1. Lemon Beerlita & Strawberry Sojurita

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These aesthetically intriguing cocktails are craftily engineered to make sure that every sip you take has the right balance of bitterness from the alcohol and sweetness from the iced-fruit beverage.

The fizzy Lemon Beerlita comes with an iced lemon drink with beer; the soothing Strawberry Sojurita comes with an iced strawberry drink with soju.

2. Strawberry Maggoli Cocktail

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The Strawberry Maggoli Cocktail is a milky and slightly sweet mixture of the Korean rice wine called Makgeolli and tangy strawberry juice. On top of that, they serve it in a classy stemware glass!

Qing He Gu Provides An Authentic Korean Experience

Despite earning many prestigious awards over the years, Qing He Gu’s unpretentious attitude towards honest, authentic Korean dining makes eating here an unforgettable experience. From the classy aesthetics of its South Korean decorations, the incredible flavours of its food and its comforting environment – it is no wonder why Qing He Gu is Shanghai’s Best Korean restaurant.

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Photo: KL Foodie

Qing He Gu Outlets:

Damansara Uptown
Address: 82G, Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating Hours: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 10:30pm (Weekdays)
12pm – 10:30pm (Weekends and Public Holidays)
Contact: 03-7732 6655

Mont Kiara 163 Retail Park
Address: 2F-17, 163 Retail Park, 8, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5pm – 10:30pm (Weekday)
11:30am – 10:30pm (Weekend and Public Holidays)
Contact: 03-6419 9350

Tropicana Golf Club House (Halal)
Address: Tropicana Golf Club House, Jalan Kelab Tropicana, 47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5pm – 10:30pm (Weekday)
11:30am – 10:30pm (Weekend and Public Holidays)
Contact: 03-7802 8917

Status: Non-Halal Except Tropicana Outlet

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