Time Out says
One of Korea’s most famous culinary export is their version of barbecue and if there’s one thing that can keep kids occupied, it’s grilling their own meat. Typically, you order a variety of meat, usually beef or pork, and platters will arrive ready to be cooked. The best part is the accompanying side dishes (banchan), which are usually refillable. Some restaurants will cook for you but given a choice, let the kids have a go. The grill is usually built into the table with adjustable heat but parents must always keep an eye on small hands, which can get too close to the grill. KL has an abundance of Korean barbecue restaurants so we towed the kids and found a couple which fit the criteria of value for money, casual settings, and providing equipment that’s easy enough for the kids to cook and make a bit of a mess! One that stood out was Shinmapo at The Gardens. Other than the signature marinated pork (which is delicious), the grill here has an attached section where a fluffy omelette is cooked – the kids will love it, we guarantee. Prices might seem a bit steep at first, but comprehensive sets should easily feed a family of four.