Some nights, all we want is barbecue, grills, and kebabs for dinner. While there are many restaurants that focus on sizzle on the griddle, there is an exceptional few that impresses our palate more than others.
If you’re looking for the best places to host your barbecue nights, you can check out these eateries in Malaysia.
1. BBQ Nights
For a barbecue dinner with Middle Eastern flair, we would normally snag a seat at BBQ Nights. Those who are familiar with the menu would gravitate towards lamb tikka shish tawook, lamb kebab masala, and chicken behari kebab from BBQ Nights. To complete your meal, feel free to pair them with naan bread or briyani rice.
Taishu Yakiniku’s loyal following pretty much testifies the restaurant’s excellent Japanese barbecue selections. Tagged with affordable prices, there are a variety of meat selections to choose from this Taman Desa eatery such as pork belly, beef short ribs, lamb shoulder, prawn foil yaki, and much more.
Anyone who has been to Bali would know how amazing Naughty Nuri’s is. Now that they’ve made their presence known in Peninsular Malaysia, you have more reasons to enjoy their signature babi guling, beef short ribs, barbecue pork chop, and barbecue satay lilit.
Fondly known as KNK, the Kannichikan Yakiniku restaurant is widely frequented by Japanese patrons, which further proven their specialty in Japanese barbecue. Largely peppered with set selections, we recommend going for the Mikkusu Yakkiniku set (marinated chicken, prawn, pork, and scallops) or the Tokuzyo-Niku set (prime wagyu rib eye and short rib) for starters.
If you’re seeking for a casual barbecue with a Korean twist, you might want to give Sae Ma Eul a shot. Featuring a wide range of meat selections, diners have grilled chicken, prime sirloin, sliced pork belly, and pork skirt meat to choose from. Other crowd favourites include buckwheat noodles, kimchi pancake, and soybean paste stew.
Photo header credits to Naughty Nuri’s & Sae Ma Eul