FB : Uzu Chicken
I was craving for some Korean food last week and discovered this Uzu Chicken while I browsed the foodpanda app for online food delivery. Their menu consists of Korean Boneless Fried Chicken, Japchae, Fried Rice, as well as snacks like Rice Cake and Dumpling.
Their signature Korean Boneless Fried Chicken Set comes with refreshing sesame yuzu salad. Breaded and fried till golden brown, it has texture similar like the popcorn chicken.
Priced at RM19.90 per set, you can choose to have flavours like Snowing Cheese, Hot Shocking, Sweet & Spicy, Honey Butter, and Soy Garlic. My personal favourite would be the honey butter sauce that has a hint of sweetness to my liking.
Would like to have something more filling? You can opt for their Dakgalbi Fried Rice Set (RM19.90) that comes with kimchi at side. Savoury with hint of spiciness resulted from the special recipe Dakgalbi sauce, the mouth-watering fried rice was gone fast into someone’s hungry stomach 😉
A sweet and savory dish of stir-fried glass noodles and vegetables that is popular in Korean cuisine, their Japchae Set (RM19.90) comes with appetizing kimchi and tummy-warmer seaweed soup. The portion is generous with assorted vegetables, meat, and mushrooms, I can only finish it in 2 servings.
Chewy in texture, rice cake (tteokbokki) is one of my favourite street foods in Korean cuisine.
Comes in 8 pieces together with sesame yuzu salad at side, Uzu Chicken’s Cheese Rice Stick Set (RM19.90) make a perfect companion for my snacking hour. Savour it while is warm so that you can enjoy the creamy cheese sauce encased inside.
Besides these, Uzu Chicken also serves Kimchi Dumpling Set (RM19.90 for 8 pieces), Japchae Fried Rice Set (RM19.90), Homemade Korean Kimchi (RM3.90), and sweet sourish Homemade Radish (RM3.90).
Feeling hungry now? Just order these Korean foods from Uzu Chicken by using foodpanda (www.foodpanda.my/restaurant/b1bq/uzu-chicken-3-damansara), or you can call them at 603-7731 1776 to make your purchase.
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