This new dining joint became one of the popular hang out spots in SS2, especially during supper time.
The puffs of smoke from the grill clouded the road and racks of chicken were sizzling away on the charcoal coated metal strips.
Time for a new foodie exploring session.
I was pleasantly surprised that the Big Joes actually decorated the small patch of curb area with flowers, garden grass and lights. Like a tiny garden home project. I never seen any restauranteur who actually bothers to do this. Salute!
The price on the menu does suit those who are on a budget but stilll craves for western food. My beef burger was about RM8, but the patty was a bit of a let down. As described on the menu, the patty was supposed to be thick but umm…as it came to me… flattened and taste wise was also average.
The trademark grilled chicken was slightly more expensive. Half a chicken for rm20. Did not look like that many pieces after the 1/2 chicken was chopped. Tastewise also nothing really great and memorable. Could not beat the grilled chicken from Kota Bahru. But rm20 for the guy’s hard effort of standing hours over the grill cooking for us was worth the penny I guess.
Many patrons were seen ordering the chicken cordon bleu, perhaps i’ll give it a second try on another trip to Big Joe, since the price is actually affordable.
Round 2 coming up!