Haven been here for quite a while. Lunch set (food, drink and ice-cream) is quite reasonably priced for a cafe, but the duck rice lack sauce.
One of the better Chinese cafe at Puchong Setia Walk. Nice food, fast service and above average price.
This place is surprisingly crowded on weekends night. Price is slightly on the high, but you get quality food with good service. Cheese stick is good, seafood pancake good, cheese donkatsu (pork) also good. Next time need to try the cheese pork ribs.
They seems to revamp their menu every 6 months. The honey chicken with kimchi rice is pretty good.
The place is getting more popular lately. The pork burger is nice, and their signature coffee mix is good as well.
Drop by Porcupine again, probably one of the better and more unique western restaurant in Puchong.
Reminisce, quite a good variety of cafe and local food. Fairly crowded on weekend dinner and service might be slow. Taste wise is pretty good, especially the Golden Leg Chicken Chop and Butter Milk Pork Noodle. Drink wise is a bit of a let down.
Padi, one of the cafe which still open after midnight in SetiaWalk. They have ongoing promotion of 50% off coffee if you order with cheesecake.
Have dinner with bro here, the is a good crowd even though it is on the first floor at SetiaWalk.
I have a set dinner with seafood bisque, which i think is pretty okay, while bro's pasta is really cheesy. I think this place is pretty alright, will come back to try other dishes.
A new western restaurant at SetiaWalk. The environment is pretty cozy, and some of the dishes seems pretty unique. We order the Scotsman which is coffee with cream, chocolate and whisky, nice.
The run out of pork sausage tortellini, so we have to settle for seafood tagliatelle (2 prawns and a scallop) and quack & oink wrap, which is quite good. The carrot walnut cake is satisfying as well.