Setiawalk Puchong has seen better days. Once the hottest hangout spot in Puchong, the place has been on a decline, especially in the last few years. There aren’t many restaurants left, but one that has been around since the mall’s inception is Ticket to Korea. Despite having been to Setiawalk many times, I have never thought to try them out — so a recent lunch … Continue reading Review: Ticket To Korea, Setiawalk Puchong
I can’t believe it has been three years since I last dined at Gangnam 88 at Setiawalk Puchong – I’m surprised the place is still surviving. It has nothing to do with their food, which is pretty decent – it’s just that Setiawalk is so dead these days, you’ll be hard-pressed to find restaurants that are still open. A far cry from its glory days … Continue reading Meal for One: Gangnam 88 @ Setiawalk Puchong
Update: This restaurant is permanently closed. There’s a new Korean fried chicken joint in town – and it’s now my new favourite place for fried chicken! Hailing from the UK, Wing Wing enters the arena with an outlet in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, dishing out fresh, juicy fried chicken with some pretty interesting flavours. Already a cult favourite in its homeland, Wing Wing is a fusion … Continue reading Review: Wing Wing @ Pavilion KL – Korean Fried Chicken From The UK
It was a scorching hot day but that didn’t stop C and I from having hotpot for lunch at Two Pesos, a hotpot specialist restaurant in Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong. While the brand was founded by a Taiwanese couple, the story goes that they met and got married in Boracay, hence the resto’s Filipino-sounding name. The resto’s interior is cheerful and decked out in bright … Continue reading Review: Two Pesos Hotpot @ Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong
You know you haven’t been to a mall for the longest time when you return and find that they don’t even call it by the old name anymore lol. I used to go to Tropicana City Mall fairly often, because it was close to my old work place. Haven’t been back since I left the company. They call it 3 Damansara now. Most of the … Continue reading Review – Ki:m Fresh Korean Seaweed @ 3 Damansara (Formerly Tropicana City Mall)
This blog is slowly but surely turning into a chicken wing review site… but anyway. Setiawalk in Puchong seems to have morphed into K-town – I think there must be six or more Korean restaurants on the ground floor alone ! S and I were there for dinner and decided to try one of the newly opened ones, called Wagle Wagle. The place attracts quite … Continue reading Review: Wagle Wagle Korean Food, Setiawalk Puchong – Great Chicken Wings!
This was over a month ago but I’ve only had time to write a review now; that’s how busy I’ve been 😦 It’s been awhile since I last met up with my uni-mate Jo, so we decided to get dinner after work. I wanted to take her for some yakitori, but the place was closed so we ended up getting Korean barbecue instead. Located on … Continue reading Food Review: Sae Ma Eul Charcoal Korean BBQ, Jaya One
Update: This outlet is permanently closed. After all the street food we had in Ipoh and Jalan Alor, N and I thought it’d be nice to have lunch at a proper restaurant for a change. It was a toss up between Korean and Japanese food, but in the end, my craving for melted cheese prevailed and we found ourselves at Omaya in Pavilion KL, which … Continue reading Review: Omaya, Pavilion KL – Korean Honey Mustard Chicken with Cheese, Army Stew and more