Reasons to visit ChoCha Foodstore: Awesome interior; unique Christmas menu; genuine interest and care in the provenance of ingredients; cleverly interpreted modern twists to traditional flavours
Reasons to visit ChoCha Foodstore: chic surrounds; quality, local ingredients; zero-waste concept; creative flavour profiles.
总的来说, 他们家的料理都是偏重口味的, 喜欢重口味的朋友应该会觉得他们家的料理不错吃, 但喜欢较淡口味的朋友可能就会觉得有点腻~
总的来说, 他们家的料理都是偏重口味的, 喜欢重口味的朋友应该会觉得他们家的料理不错吃, 但喜欢较淡口味的朋友可能就会觉得有点腻
Something closer to Chinese flavours is the Biang Biang Inspired Noodle (RM18) that reminds me of spicy pan mee. A simple yet extravagantly flavoured dish loaded with Szechuan chilli oil and toasted peanuts which is the epitome of soul food for me.
From the lunch menu, we highly recommend the Cured Fish Rice (RM30). A hearty, well-balanced bowl of goodness, we especially enjoyed the firm lightly pan-seared cured local mackerel, served on rice with a beautiful ajitama egg, scallion ginger sauce and herb butter.
Verdict: The food is delicious and challenging with complex flavours in fusion of western and chinese influences. Reasonable pricing but small portion
Bang Bang Chicken , 22 ringgit. This dish was not on the menu the first time I visited. Glad I ordered it this time because it was delicious. This dish consisted of shredded chicken + cabbage + glass noodle + chinese rice wine + housemade chili oil. The only downside to this dish was that the glass noodle came in a really small portion, by small I mean – I literally took a fork full of noodles to transfer it onto my plate and there isnt any left. Just one fork full, no joke. That was the only bummer. The minute this dish arrived at my table, I was salivating. The shredded chicken was packed with flavor and spices. It totally had an oriental feel to it. There is a certain kick to it. You keep going in for more. It is worth giving this dish a try guys.
a place to relax and unwind with local and fusion foods.
Bringing people together through the simple act of sitting and sharing a drink or two (or three).