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Cheras

Featuring Tail & Fin (MyTOWN), Poppo Kanteen (Cheras), ANNE ELIZABETH, Aboong (Cheras Selatan), Chapathi Recipes, Restoran K.F.I. (群芳樓美食坊)
Serena Ho
Serena Ho

One of the problems for me at poke bowl joints is I don’t eat raw tuna or salmon. So am always happy to find chicken or vege options in the menu.

This bowl comes with grilled chicken, romaine lettuce, red onion, jalapeño, corn flakes with teriyaki andnchili garlic aioli. You can also opt to have it as a sushi salad, sushi burrito (+RM1) or pineapple poke bowl (+RM2).

The ingredients for this bowl goes very well together. The spiciness comes from the jalapeño. Love!

This is RM16.90.

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There is a good mixture of seafood and vegetables. It came with squid, baby prawns, green pepper bell, carrots, onions, cauliflower and long beans.

Taste wise is average. I like that they don’t overcook the vegetables so its still crunchy.

This is RM9.90.

I’m not a chicken rice fan but this stall sort of turned me into one. I have it almost every week.

The roasted chicken is delicious and fragrant. The owner roasts their own chicken at the back of the shop. This might sound odd but what I love the most is the chilli. Best I’ve tasted so far. 😍😍 The proportion of spiciness and sourish taste is perfect.

This is RM6.

So how does it work here? They don’t have a menu for their meat items. You go to the counter and choose what you want. There are pork, beef and lamb in the form of sausages, bratwursts, ribs, etc.

So choose what you want and they’ll grill it for you. The meat dish doesn’t come with sides. If you want, you’ll need to order separately from the menu above the counter.

The price varies between the meat items.

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The mashed potato was fluffy. The sauce was great. Same sauce as the one that comes with the grilled meat.

This is RM6.90.

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In a place known for its pork, I chose a non-pork dish since I don’t eat pork.

As this place is always full, best to do reservation. The don’t have a menu per se but they do list non-meat items on a board above the counter. They have quite a selection of salad and pasta.

The aglio olio I ordered was al dente. Amount of olive oil is ok, not overwhelming. Good amount of mushrooms and dried chilli flakes.

This was RM18.50.

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Although it says tuna, it had the least tuna ever. Instead of tuna, it had more chicken cubes. Love the strong tomyam taste.
Just wish they had more tuna in it, as the name indicates.

This was RM8.90.

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Bungeoppang is a Korean fish shaped pastry. It’s known as taiyaki in Japan. These are usually filled with red bean paste.

What you get here is this pastry with your choice of filling and froyo. So you get to choose the flavour of the pastry, the filling you want, your preferred froyo flavour and lastly your topping.

I chose the original pastry with kaya filling and original froyo with strawberries. The pastry was soft and warm as they made it upon order. The froyo was good, more sourish like Moo Cow instead of Llaollao.

All in all I love it. The original pastry costs RM11.90 and the strawberries cost an extra RM1. Certain filling, froyo flavour and topping requires extra charges.

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I usually get my Northern Indian fare in Bangsar or PJ. So happy to find one in Cheras. Had aloo gobi (RM8), bhindi dopyaza (RM8), paneer tikka masala (RM14), chicken vindaloo (RM17) with tandoori roti (RM2.50/pc).

Taste was good. There was a long queue when I reached around 8ish. Could be due to the timing and a weekend. Will be back again to try more dishes.

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