Halal Korean Restaurant: Sweet Tree, Ampang KL.

Hello Love,

Now a days, Korean drama has become an obsession to some of Malaysian out there. The Drama ‘Descendants of The Sun’ are booming in the film industry whole wide world. So today, we thought of going to a Korean Restaurant.


Incase if you haven’t notice–it is hard to find a good Korean restaurant for Muslim in Kuala Lumpur. However gossips about the delicious restaurant in Ampang ain’t no secret for us. On 3th June, my siblings and i have finally got our hands on this restaurant!

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The atmosphere was very nice, with beautiful designs. Two floor restaurant and they just opened up another floor a total of 3 floors. The third floor promotes Korean Culture which is very nice to visitors who wants to try how it feels to wear a traditional Korean clothing, we also allowed to take picture (so no worries guys). The staff and service there was very helpful and friendly indeed.

Such as what was said in their blog…
The concept of the restaurant’s is “FUN”. Have fun by simply climbing the stairs surrounded by lots of decorative items, including glittering fishes on the wall representing freedom.
The restaurants’s name is chosen by Jin, the restaurant’s owner. Her dream is to provide a cozy and comfortable place for guests to relax and enjoy a sweet dining experience.


The restaurant was full at that time we arrived so we asked for a private room for 4 people and in the private rooms you can fit into a total of 6 or 8 people. Total of 2 hours and more in the private room will cost you about RM 30.

SO hungry!! aah and the foods have finally arrived, let me explain.

The first picture is appetizers, which is totally free (RM 0); consist of vegetables, eggs and porridge served with kimchi. I forgot how much the Iced Green Tea Latte cost though, but it is one of my favourites!

We ordered,

  • Dak Kal Bi (RM20)stir fried spiced chicken, sweet potato and vegetables served with rice on a hot plate. (Spicy. Review: 3/5)
  • Dulsot Bimbimbap (RM20)- warm rice topped with cooked vegetables, meat, and egg served in a hot stone pot, to eat it is to quickly mixed it with the spicy sauce provided before it gets burn under. (Medium. Review: 3.5/5)
  • Bulgogi Pot (RM20)marinated chicken/beef stew served with rice and a fried egg. They have this sweet taste and children will love it. (Sweet. Review: 4/5)
  • Kimbab Mayo Sauce (RM 8)-Rolled rice with egg, spice, cucumber and seaweed roll served with Mayo sauce are a perfect dish for those who only needs lighter foods for the day. (Just Perfect. Review: 5/5)

The total of our eatery was Rm 132.10. My review for this restaurant is 4/5 and we will surely come back for more! Make sure you guys visit their website for more info!

Sweet Tree Information

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*References and some of the pictures without signature was taken from Sweet Tree web and was googled, credits to the owner.*

by Adriana Mellissa


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