Usually operated by Koreans folks, Korean restaurants is mushrooming in Penang and in fact, we are not sure if it is already supersede Japanese restaurants. Similar to the latter, most Korean restaurants here are more suitable for mid-to-high income group with some even impose minimum order quantity policy. Specifically for BBQ restaurants, expect one won’t walk out alive if he/she does not have a blue paper note in his/her pocket. Fortunately, we met Bibimbowl (GPS: 5.33879,100.30864) recently.
Update: This cafe is permanently closed.
Located at lower ground floor of Queensbay Mall is a newly opened Isaac Toast & Coffee from South Korea. As the name applied, they serve toast with patty of your choice and infused with imported sweet Isaac Sauce which you won’t find in any other sandwich cafe. It is best accompany with a cup of coffee.