Update 2021: This restaurant is permanently closed.
Hey guys! It’s been awhile since my last update. Wasn’t busy or anything; it’s just that I’ve been playing this game called Radiant Historia (it’s awesome by the way!) and it took up a lot of my spare time. I also bought some new Stephen King books to read, so that has kept me occupied.
S and I went to watch a movie over the weekend and decided to grab lunch at a new restaurant in Setiawalk. The place seems to be overrun with Japanese/Korean eateries: there’s literally five or six within one stretch. The one we went to is called Snow Story, specialising in bingsu, an icy dessert with various toppings – but it also has other items on their menu.
True to their icy theme, everything is in a cool shade of blue and white, with TVs playing colourful K-pop music videos. The draw will probably be its ‘snow machine’, a circular slot that dumps ice from the ceiling. S and I sat in the round ‘Christmas wonderland’ table in the middle and watched uneven chunks of ice plop down onto the fake fir tree lol.
Spacious, well-lit interior – perfect for chilling with a cold shaved ice dessert. Unfortunately we were pressed for time so we didn’t order a bingsu after our lunch. Maybe next time!
The shop also sells snacks imported from Korea.
Had the spicy chicken fried noodle, which came topped with half a boiled egg. If you like your food hot, then this has great flavour and will get you sweating. Noodles had a nice, springy texture and was coated well with the spicy broth. The dish did say it was ‘chicken’ noodle, so I was looking around for the chicken…
Ye that tiny little blimp is a piece of minced chicken. .__.
S had the same (spicy chicken) but with rice. It was served with a side of greens and a nice big portion of chicken. Filched a piece and it tasted pretty good with a strong kimchi flavour.
Will come back to try other items next time! 🙂
SNOW STORY SETIAWALK
G-07 Ground Floor Block G, Setiawalk, Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47160, Puchong