Finger-lickin’ supper foodie@Nanda Chicken난다 치킨 , Solaris Mont Kiara

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follow url Probably an unwise choice for health freaks and exercise junkies, but this was our supper after a sweaty 2 hour badminton marathon. Usually my post-badminton supper/dinner is cereal but since I have another badminton kaki who wants to have a meal after our game, we headed to Nanda Chicken, a nice Korean fried chicken hangout joint I spotted a couple of weeks ago.

It was a Friday night, and a typical Friday night in Seoul by this time of 1030pm, calls for localites already loud-voice, red faced, soju bellied, partying and drinking their way through Saturday morning. But for Solaris Mont Kiara on a Friday night, was quiet and somewhat obedient. I always wondered, where do the Korean expats rendezvous their typical Korean Friday outings in KL?

There were several tables filled up in Nanda (located opposite Salt & Lick, same row with Raju’s), but it was generally quiet inside, with K-Pop girls dancing and singing on TV. 

The food was served with some tidbits, just like any typical bars in Korea, but the only difference was that the tidbits were Indian crackers! Lol. I do recall off and on, there is a keropok Indian seller by the roadside running his business, I’m guessing they came from there.

We ordered a bottle of beer and soju (so much for 2 hours of badminton. Down the drain!)

Overall, the chicken was crazy tenderlicious! Juicy madness and you don’t get those thick batter layers which fall off when you bite them. Gotta say Nanda serves really yummy fried chicken! 

Strange part of the entire dish again, was having Indian keropok on top, perhaps it’s a fusion thing to blend in with the Malaysians’ palate lol.

Total damage including drinks came up to about RM100, an equal split of cost between the chicken and the booze.

Nanda does home deliveries as well, which I have given a try and the packing is of good quality! The chicken chunks also remained their crunchiness, and I regretted attempting to win the fiery battle against the spicy chicken chunks. After a couple of pieces, my tongue was already numb and my belly became a hot pot. 

Worthy foodieventure place for those who wants to have Korean style fried chicken, but what is lacking is the whole feel of crowdedness with red-faced happy loud voiced people around you enjoying the fried chicken together.


Nanda Chicken 난다 치킨

11, Jalan Solaris 2,

Solaris Mont Kiara,

50480 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: Daily, 3.30 pm – 2.00 am

Tel: 016 580 7925

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Taiwan Niu Rou Mien (牛肉麵) (beef noodles) 3rd contender pepsi test!

Twas a long and hairy day, but rejuvenated after receiving heavenly manna from the weekly Bible Study classes. After coming home and had my shower, our boss had tasked us for a PPT deck today, and deadline today as well. 

Seeing it is another long night ahead, I have decided to officiate my final bowl of Taiwan Niu Rou Mien (牛肉麵). Boost mode!

The ingredients were a little different. Noodles were in the middle of the previous two. Not too thick and not thin. I could see chilli flakes in the chilli paste. Grreeeaaatttttt. Spicy is just what I need at 10.30pm’s dinner.

The beef chunks were also rather generous. Teeheehee. I heated up mom’s leftover curry pork and added egg in too. Looks like a long night ahead calls for a feast for Ms Chuah Solo!

The colour of the soup did appear much lighter than the first bowl of noodles but the oil layer was more apparent. The soup was strangely sweet rather than spicy despite the chilli flakes. Thanks to the super slurpy springy noodles made the whole bowl of noodles a pretty fulfilling experience. The beef chunks were actually quite smokey tasting but the texture was a little too tough for my liking. 

So yes, 3 different bowls of  Taiwan Niu Rou Mien (牛肉麵) pepsi test completed.

My fav among the 3? The first super spicy chilli one! Springy crazy noodles. Spicy soup. And tender beef chunks. Can’t wait to re-stock my noodles. Who’s going to Taipei next? Dapao for miss foodieventura!