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Big Spoon @Setiawalk, Puchong

Last week I was invited to Big Spoon to do a food review session about their newly launch side dishes menu. Been getting a few mixed reviews here so I decided to give this round a go and check out myself. 

Tomatoes in sweet Osmanthus sauce. 

One of the most popular appetizers during summer. Chilled tomatoes tossed with homemade osmanthus glaze to give it a refreshing sweet and sour taste with subtle fragrance of osmanthus to stimulate appetite in a hot summer afternoon.

A very simple yet satisfying appetiser I must say. I don't usually eat tomatoes but this one was exceptionally delicious. It's sweet and I like the very subtle hint of osmanthus flower scent lingers on the palate. 

Oriental Salad – RM1.90

Fresh, crisp, and cold combination of Iceberg Lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and Fried Wonton Wrap. Drizzled with oriental flavor salad dressing (Soy sauce, Peanut butter, vinegar, sugar, black bean hot sauce)
Love the peanut butter and vinegar twist in this appetiser.

Pan Fried Dumplings – RM3.90

Pan fried northeast china handmade Dumplings stuffed with chicken and napa cabbage. Go well together with house special black bean hot sauce or the combination of vinegar and house special hot oil. 

While the panfried one was yummy, my favourite would be the steamed version because I found it less oily and I can actually taste the 'doughy' flavour. Drizzle sparingly with the black bean chili oil and stuff all in your mouth at one go . Baam. Scrumptious. 

Fried Spring Roll – RM3.90

Iconic item on menu of Chinese restaurant in America. Handmade deep fried spring roll. Served with house special dipping sauce. 

Chicken Cold Noodle . RM1.90 per bowl

Cold ramen noodle (I personally feel that it taste more like soba), texture torn among chewy and soft, serve with homemade special sauce which incorporated peanut butter in it, paired with shredded chicken, cucumber stripes, spring onions and sesame seeds.
I finish it within a split seconds. 

I had two Big Spoon of these. The taste was predictably delicious. For the price that we're paying I have no complains at all. 

Crispy Taro Roll – RM4.90

A homemade hot dessert or snack stuffed with taro root paste which has neither artificial coloring nor flavoring with two ends of fragrant sesame seed. 

Strawberry butter cream prawns 

Big size wild catch sea prawns from South China Sea cooked to perfection to ensure the best texture and freshness. Served with butter cream sauce which is sweet and savory. Garnish with strawberry to cut through the richness and bring out the flavor of the Prawns.
This was the highlight of our lunch that day but unfortunately,
it is not available on the menu yet. Love the high quality, plumpy prawns that they used to make this. Ugh. My mouth still waters when I think of it.

Golden Pear Essence Dessert – RM4.90
A 3hours-slow-cooked clear soup with Pear, white fungus, wolf berries, and rock sugar. 

If you are feeling adventurous and want to try more varieties of American Chinese cuisine, Big Spoon is the place to go. With reasonable price and the just-right serving portion, Big Spoon ensure that you will leave this place with satisfaction without over stuffing yourself. 

Big Spoon
D-7-G, Block D, Setiawalk, 
persiaran wawasan 
(opposite subway Setiawalk mall beside 海外天), 

Contact: 012- 357 5865 

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1 comment:

  1. Hey!!! Are those spoons really big? But macam really small looking at the portion in it! Haha... bila wanna yumcha?


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