Out looking for grub with the fam at Setiawalk Puchong last weekend! The initial plan was to have Vietnamese food, but after walking around we decided to try a restaurant next to it instead. Lucky Star prides itself in serving flame-grilled items, pizzas and pastas, and Western-style fare like chicken and pork chops.
Minimal deco, but comfy enough. There were a couple of booths for more privacy. Staff was efficient and friendly. You order by writing them down on a piece of paper.
Bro ordered a Spaghetti Americiana (?? Not sure how to spell) set, which came with a side of salad, chips and what they called garlic butter pizza but was really more like peanut-covered naan.
His pasta was light and garlicky, with slices of chicken sausage. Yum! 🙂
Moo’s pesto spaghetti with grilled chicken add on. The noodles were super green and came with a few pieces of soft boiled brocolli. Veggie lovers will love this because it has a strong, veggie flavour – reminded me of Chinese luk cha. The cream didn’t overpower everything either. Considering that my mum is such a small eater, it was a feat that she finished the whole bowl on her own.
Pops had grilled teriyaki chicken with rice, served with egg and salad. They flame grill the chicken, so it had this great smokey flavour. Good stuff ! Teriyaki sauce had just the right balance of sweet.
I got their Deluxe Flame-Grilled Chicken set (RM19.90), which came in a big portion with all the works – fried egg, sausage, ham slice, garlicky sauteed mushroom, baked jacket potato with cheese and sour cream, and a whole flame-grilled chicken thigh with black pepper sauce. Everything on the plate was good, especially the chicken meat. Tender and juicy, with smoky, slightly charred skin. They used a lot of pepper in the sauce – none of that watered down stuff you find in some cheapskate cafes. Overall, a meal worth the price.
They brought the Setiawalk ducky out to play again! 🙂
I-07-1, Level G, Block I, Setiawalk, Persiaran Wawasan, Puchong, 47160, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening hours: 11AM- 11PM