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Ramadan Buffet brought to you by Street Thai @ Jaya One
You know the Ramadan Month is just around the corner when the advertisement of "Yusof Tayoob" makes its appearance on the radio (HAHA! this is not a sponsored post by them no worries!). Anyway, I got the opportunity to drop by Street Thai @ Jaya One last week for a preview of their Ramadan menu! As this is my first visit to this eatery and a Thai food lover myself, I am really looking forward to the quality that'll be served here. Do read on to find out more on the place and food!
Here at Street Thai, it is more of a casual dining place perfect for gatherings with friends and family. The colorful furniture gives out a happy and cheerful vibe for you to enjoy your dinner.
Here are some of the food brought to you by Street Thai as below,
The buffet spread will be available from 24th May 2017 to 26th June 2017 and the pricing is listed as below,
Promotion (booking 7 days in advance are required): RM39.90++
Normal Price: RM49.90++ (adult) / RM19.90++ ( Children of 6 - 12 years old)
(Jaya One) 100-G.001 The School No.72A Jalan Universiti, Petaling Jaya 46200 Selangor, Malaysia
#1 Korean fried Chicken in Singapore INVADES SUBANG JAYA
(Picture adopted from Chicken Up Subang Jaya Facebook Page)
Tadaa! You've read that right! Chicken up is coming up with a chicken wings buffet at ONLY RM7.90! Check out my experience there recently at their store!
been craving for some Korean fried chicken ever since I came back from
my recent holiday to South Korea. My friends and I found out this newly
open eatery at SS15. Subang jaya - Chicken Up. We were fortunate
to get our table pretty quick as we were just a step ahead of the dinner
crowd. If you're planning to visit, I do advise you to drop by early to
get yourself a comfortable seat!
They are located at SS15 as mentioned above specifically with its address "7, Jalan SS 15/4, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia"
This eatery provides a cozy and casual decorations around which express the feeling of "dining in Korea". They have long tables to accomodate medium sized groups of 8 to 10 pax. Moving on, let me show you our yummy-licious meal that we had at Chicken Up :)
Bulgogi beef salad
Fresh salad topped with Authentic Korean bulgogi beef and garnished with red onion slices & spring onion.
This bowl of salad would be one of good ones here at Chicken Up as the combination of bulgogi beef and salad are amazing. Portion served here is rather large, best to share this dish if you're ordering some other food.
You can also try this refreshing soju poured in a watermelon. This was my first time trying this soju and I love the combination of it! How can you miss this when you dine in a Korean restaurant.
Blue Lemon lightbulb drink
Ganjang Soya Chicken Wings
To some, this may be a little too salty due to the ganjang soya. To me, I personally love the taste of it and it goes well with the watermelon soju perfectly!
Next up would be their in-famous fried chicken known for its unique taste due to its preparation, Chicken Up's distinct flavour is mainly because each chicken part is treated to a 12 hours marination process using the original Chicken Up recipe and then deep-fried to sea in the flavours. This process ensures that every piece is bursting with succulent juices and tenderness to create a great satisfying taste.
My expectation on korean friend chickens are the skin to be very crispy and delicious. The fried chickens here are no doubt marinated very well and it taste delicious! *Thumbs up* However, I personally think that it would taste better if the chicken are more crispy on the outside.
Spicy Yangnyum Chicken Wings
Being one of their top dishes that patrons order, I really did enjoy this fries! Generally, I do really love french fries. It's even better when it's topped with bulgogi beef. Just amazing!
Here comes one of the highlight of the night!
Snow squid Topokki
A popular dish among Korean street food made with soft rice cakes, fish cakes and vegetable seasoned with red chilli sauce then topped with crispy fried whole squid and snow cheese. This is recommended for 3-4 pax.
I personally love this dishes a lot especially the combination of the
fried squid with the spicy sauce at the bottom. However, the snow cheese
which act like a dipping sauce were too powdery to my liking. It would
be good if melted mozarella cheese were used instead. However, this is
just my humble personal point of view :)
Last but not least, we had this melon shaved ice as our dessert. This is one of the best melon dessert I've ever had with the milk snow ice in the middle surrounded by refreshing and sweet melon balls around it! I'd definitely be back for this dessert!