Dinner @ Jade Dragon Restaurant, Seremban (with coupon!)

My 1st dining experience here was a pleasant & satisfying one! Read Here.

Thank to the deal offered in http://www.everyday.com.my/ which gave me a chance to dine here once again at a discounted price. Unfortunately the word “Pleasant & Satisfying” has vanished in just one night! That is the reason why I need to insert the word “with coupon” on my title.

Pay at 50% off = 50% off Service

Pay at 50% off = 50% off Food Quality

Pay at 50% off = 50% off Food Quantity

Enjoy 50% OFF Authentic Korean Cuisine with a Korean Set Meal (3 Choices with Rice + Drink

——> Anyway, I don’t seem to enjoy. Handed my coupon to the restaurant owner and only came to confirm my order 10 minutes later ,even asked me again whether I’ve handed the printed coupon. Duhhh…Okay..I sounded like a cheapo dining there. Then waited for 30 minutes just to get our drinks served after we reminded them (gave us an excuse  the reason is that Korean usually serve drinks after meal!) Wat Da!

Then another 15 minutes to serve our food. (For your info; the restaurant was just 1/2 occupied!) *I was trying to be cool, though I’m so frus.

Dwenjang Chigae (Bean Paste Stew with Beef and Vegetables) is a stew made from Korean dwenjang. Usually, it contains a variety of vegetables and several shellfish including small mussels, clams, shrimp and/or large anchovies. (Note : I couldn’t find any mussels, jellyfish nor large anchovies)


Soondooboo Chigae (Spicy Soft Tofu Stew) is a spicy stew made with soondooboo, a soft uncoagulated tofu which is produced without undergoing the process of compression which removes water and curdling it firmly. It is usually made with some pieces of pork, several small clams, chopped garlic and red-pepper powder (kochukaru) along with chopped leeks and sesame oil.

(Note : Yes..indeed there were just ‘several’ ‘small’ clams, few pieces of pork & the mushy tofu.)

Kimchi Chigae (Fermented Chili Pepper Cabbage Soup) is a very popular soup made with kimchi and kochujang, served in a stone pot that allows the soup to continue boiling when served. The Kimchi Chigae contains kimchi as well as other ingredients that vary widely such as green onion, onion, tofu, beef and seafood.

One of our rice is 1/2 full! Wat Da!!

Do compare the food photos published on the deal HERE

Note : Ban Chan is no longer free. You’ll have to order and pay RM7

Jade Dragon Restaurant Sdn Bhd
No. 109-1, Lorong Haruan 5/4,
Oakland Commerce Square,
70300 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan

Tel : 06-632 9646 (For Reservation)

Business Hours:
Lunch: 11:30am – 3.00pm
Dinner: 5.00pm – 10:30pm
(Open Daily)

Sorry…this will be my last visit!

16 thoughts on “Dinner @ Jade Dragon Restaurant, Seremban (with coupon!)”

  1. prob with such thing is the owner… want to do deal to improve business but they are also killing themselves when the deal takes place… this makes it all worst! but photo shoot, they will present nice portions and quality.. 😦

    my thoughts, dont do deal if they cannot afford to do it properly… i can see all the portions only half… so obvious!

    1. Food Dreams – Thanks. See…you too can see it obviously! That’s really bad…Exactly! When you can’t cope…pls dun do involved in such deal just to attract more crowd.

  2. OMFG!!! That is so obvious of the double standard!!! Eeeeee….. Stupid for owner to do like this, they think they will not lose the customers, foolish!

    1. Ash – Pls correct me if I’m wrong. I’ve never came across a Korean Restaurant serving Ban Chan (side dishes) need to pay money for that. Usually they will give for free. Ya…and they think ‘you pay for 1/2 wat…so, this is what you should expect la…wat else u wan summore’!!

      1. I have never come across Korean restaurant need to pay for Ban Chan!!!! Eeeeeee… this is too much lah….

  3. Have to becareful with Everyday/Living Social, apparently their deals are not up to standards.. Their customer service not profesional enough.. when i lodge a complaint, their solution is nobody else complaint, pls go ahead and enjoy your coupon..

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