“Dear…what should we eat for our dinner tonight?”
I had no idea at all, so I just drove around SS15 hoping to find for a new shop to try out.
Well. My girl suddenly saw Peppercorn Café on my left side while I was driving. My girl said that the cafe has been operating for 13 years there and yet I never noticed about it before. So, we got down from the car and looked for the menu displayed outside. Too bad the food there was not what I wanted for the dinner tonight. AT LAST… We went to Asia Cafe..again..
Asia Cafe is a hawker centre located opposite to Taylor College. There are plenty of stalls offering a wide variety of Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, China, Thai , Indian and other foreign countries’ foods range from shaved noodles to sushi, kimchi soup, chicken chop rice, dim sum, pizza, spaghetti and many many more.
Watermelon juice ( RM4.45)
No comment on this as it was just a glass of MEDIUM size watermelon juice to accompany our dinner… =)
Chicken Katsudon ( RM6.50)
My girl had been telling me she wanted to eat katsudon all the way from Cyberjaya to Sunway Pyramid to SS15 =.=. So I ordered her a bowl of chicken katsudon for her when reached Asia Cafe. She dig the rice happily like a small kid so I guess it was not bad, but not to compare it to the one in Japanese restaurants.
Kam Heong Squid ( RM10.00)
The squid was nice but too big portion for two of us. We failed to finish it. We left a lot of sambal which was very nice, just a bit too salty. If I still have space in my stomach that time I would definitely ordered a plate of rice and mix it with the flavourful sambal.
Char kuey Teow ( RM4.00)
This char kuey teow stall is located near to the stall selling pirated CD. When I ordered it first time, it was prepared by foreign worker, the kuey teow tasted awful. But the second, third and forth time, a lady was doing the frying, the kuey teow was very nice and full of wok hei until the last mouthful. Hmm..still Fried Kuey Teow cooked by Chinese tasted the best.
Don’t look down at this food court pizza. Came in a thin crust, the crust was well loaded with ingredients. Shitake mushroom, chicken ham,pinapple and lots of very cheesy cheese. The crust was crispy, chewy and tasty.
Maryland Chicken Chop (RM10.90)
Breaded chicken fried into golden brown and topped with brown sauce. The chicken chop came with a serving of fries and coleslaw. The chicken chop wasn’t superb but the portion is just nice to fit a hungry stomach.
57-79 Jalan SS 15/8A,
SS 15, 47500
Subang Jaya, Selangor.