I've recently discovered Kimbab sold at a (Onigiri) Kimbab stall in 1U and have been a regular. It's being sold at Ringgit 4.90 or USD 1.50 per piece and just in front of the escalator on the ground floor. It's quite delicious and generous with it's ingredients.
Jaya Jusco food court sells Onigiri and it is packed with rice, with little ingredients and sold at Ringgit 2.50 or USD 75 cents. I don't like the taste of the Onigiri or should I say, there's no taste.
My favorite Kimbab is the Kimchi Chicken and Tuna. It's Lent so I bought the vegetarian one to try - it's edible but I still like the Tuna one which I bought. It's a good tasty snack!
One side of the plastic torn away. Very nicely packed and convenient to eat.
Vegetarian Kimbab! Tastes like (meat) floss and sesame seeds. On the sweet side.
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