There are a couple of occasions where it’s okay to eat green chicken. a) when it’s in a green curry OR b) when it’s KFC Malaysia’s all-new Green Chilli Crunch. Now, before we begin, I have to say that I’m pretty skeptical when it comes to new KFC offerings, because they’ve always been a hit and miss. On one hand we had some pretty good … Continue reading When It’s Okay To Eat Green Chicken – KFC Malaysia’s Green Chilli Crunch
There’s often a misconception that healthy food doesn’t taste good – but I think it’s really because people don’t make it well. Enter ChimiChurri @ Jaya One, PJ, which offers wholesome, warm meals at affordable prices. Popular among the lunch crowd (judging from the long lines during our visit), the place serves up customisable sandwiches, bowls and wraps ala Subway, where you ‘build’ your own … Continue reading Review: ChimiChurri @ Jaya One, Petaling Jaya
So Chinese New Year is just around the corner and McDonalds has brought back their popular Prosperity Burger – available for a limited time only. I’ve never been a big fan, but people seem to like it enough for the company to keep having it every year. This time around, they’ve even added a new option – the Fish Prosperity Burger – in addition to the … Continue reading Review: I Tried The New McDonalds Fish Prosperity Burger
When it comes to food, we Malaysians are a proud lot. I mean, say what you will about the country, but insult any of our dishes and be prepared to incur the wrath of millions (like the recent Rendang-ate fiasco). Now, if only we had the same drive and zeal to battle corruption lol. It’s a little ironic ,then, that it was our close neighbours … Continue reading Review: McDonalds Malaysia’s Nasi Lemak Burger – WORTH IT ?
While not authentic by any stretch, there are many cheap and tasty ‘Japanese’ inspired outlets all over the Klang Valley, if you need a quick fix. One of these is Sukiya Tokyo Bowls and Noodles, which has recently opened up a branch in IOI Mall Puchong. Tucked along food street, the small albeit cosy establishment boasts hues of red, white and Japanese-inspired decor. They’re currently … Continue reading Review: Cheap Japanese Eats @ Sukiya Tokyo Bowls and Noodles, IOI Mall Puchong
I’ve reiterated my love for fried chicken wings (be it Korean or American-style) in numerous posts. So far the best (consistent) bet seems to be 4Fingers, but I recently found a serious contender in Bandar Puteri Puchong called Choo Choo Chicken. Quirky name aside, the outlet is spacious and comfy, with clean, minimalist lines, wooden tabletops paired with steel black chairs. Orders are written on chits … Continue reading Food Review: Crispy Korean Fried Chicken @ Choo Choo Chicken, Bandar Puteri Puchong
Not a big fan of KFC chicken (their wraps are okay tho): but if there’s one thing I’d walk 1.5km for in sweltering Malaysian weather, it’s their DOUBLE DOWN. Which is exactly what I did. Because the KFC near my office was closed for renovations, I actually walked all the way to another commercial district, just so I could tuck into this monster meat burger … Continue reading Review: KFC’s Zinger Double Down – All Meat, No Bun
Everyone who knows me knows that I have an insatiable appetite for fried chicken. MORESO fried chicken wings. So I was super psyched when I heard an American franchise, Wingstop, was finally making its way to Malaysian shores! They’ve been quite aggressive on their social media platforms, posting these amazing, juicy-looking pictures of ayam goreng hmm. I was so excited I decided to drive through bad after-work traffic … Continue reading American-Style Wings at Wingstop,The Curve, Mutiara Damansara