Peruvie Sangria (RM18 per jug)
A non-alcoholic sangria made of only apple cider and fruits and soda.
This is a pretty new restaurant , only about 4 months old. It is indeed unique because it is probably the only one that serves Peruvian food around here . Even better, within my neighbourhood . WHOO
It’s right next to Penang Village (same owner!) in TTDI, the Star Enterprise side of TTDI.
The process of ordering the chicken is pretty similar to Nandos (Well, saying Nandos is easier to relate to, right?).
A quarter chicken with 2 sidelines would cost you about RM15.90, and a half would be RM24.90.
You must have their chicken soup (additional RM4.90 for set, RM6.90 on it’s own)!! Really, chicken soup for the soul. It’s what I call my comfort food. The soup contains bits of soft rice grains, carrots and small chicken strips.
These are the sidelines that you can choose from !
Coconut rice, potato salad, tomato and cucumber salad, corn, boiled vegetables in garlic butter, shoe string fries and fresh salad.
This, my friend .. Is a bowl of divinity. Naked burrito. With chicken. At the price of RM16,90, you can have this magical bowl of naked burrito. It’s delicious when at whatever temperature. We couldn’t finish it, so we took it home and I had it for breakfast the next day. Cold or hot, it’s still so delicious. Don’t be fooled by the photograph . I was fooled by the looks, really . Buried under the cheese and lettuce, there’s chopped mixed peppers, tomato, corn, cucumber, spiced bean and rice tossed with sour cream. Yummy .
Sausage Strips and Chips (RM8.50)
This would be an awesome snack. Fries with strips of sausages with the best sauce ever – Aji Amarillo. Yummy .
Arroz con leche (RM6.90)
Cinnamon and vanilla rice milk pudding. It’s obviously odd for us Malaysians to have rice in a dessert this way. It’s like eating brown rice in a cup of milk pudding with raisins. I don’t like the raisins part, but the dessert is so good, the raisins are just overlooked. Tsk.
Peruvie Peruvian Grilled Chicken (Halal)
1, Lorong Rahim Kajai 13, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.