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!
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 preoccupied. Anyway… S and I went to watch a movie … Continue reading Food Review: Snow Story@ Setiawalk Puchong
Update: This branch is now permanently closed. Despite it being one of the pioneers when Setiawalk Mall opened in Puchong, I’ve never been to the Wong Kok Char Chan Teng branch there. Maybe it’s the darkly lit interior, which doesn’t look as inviting as the boisterous Japanese and Korean restaurants clustered near the fountain area. S and I went to grab dinner before our movie … Continue reading Wong Kok Char Chan Teng, Setiawalk Puchong
So recently I met up with C after work at Setiawalk in Puchong. It was a rainy night, so we thought of getting hotpot at one of the new outlets, Gangnam 88, which specialises in Korean cuisine. Hip but cosy, the restaurant is decked out with earthy wood and brick, minimalist black and block-coloured steel chairs, while wall-mounted TV screens blast K-pop music and ads. … Continue reading Korean Hotpot @ Gangnam 88, Setiawalk Puchong
Been having a rough week at home, so when C asked me out for dinner, some food-therapy was in order. We went to Sushi Tei, one of the fancier Japanese joints in Setiawalk, Puchong that’s always packed with customers. For starters, a plate from the conveyor belt – Chuuka Idako or seasoned baby octopus. Served cold, the sauce was sweet and complemented the natural seafood-y … Continue reading Sushi Tei, Setiawalk Puchong
Had dinner with C at this new Japanese resto called Kinjuku that’s been open a couple of months at Setiawalk Puchong. The spot used to be another Japanese eatery but it closed down. The inside is cozy and sports typical Japanese decor with paintings, wooden accents and a sushi bar where the chefs work at the back. Kinjuku also offers ala carte buffet, where guests can … Continue reading Kinjuku Japanese Restaurant, Setiawalk Puchong
Where I live (KL, Malaysia), Filipino food is rare – which is a shame, seeing that they have some amazing cuisine. I was pleasantly surprised to find a restaurant in Setiawalk, Puchong that serves Pinoy dishes, and the call of ‘Jollibee Spaghetti’ enticed me in for lunch. Sun Kitchen is a cosy eatery that serves not just Filipino, but also Western, Chinese, and local delights. … Continue reading Jollibee Spaghetti @ Sun Kitchen, Setiawalk Puchong
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 … Continue reading Lucky Star Western Cafe, Setiawalk Puchong