Asia Cafe is a new swanky food court that has come up in SS15, Subang Jaya. It's opposite Inti College and has a mind-boggling variety of food stalls with all kinds of interesting food.
Parents were here on Friday night so we decided to head out there for a nice Friday dinner. We got there to find that Sis and her DB (Dinner Buddy) had started the ordering session and the table was already laden with food!
This were kebabs from a nice Italian man. It had generous chunks of beef and veges and went well with the special sauce.
This was Sarawak kolo mee. It's hand-made noodles tossed in seasoning and sesame oil and garnished with slices of charsiew, minced pork, fishcakes and veges. Goes very well with pickled green chillies!
We're big fans of Korean food so dinner usually includes something from this nice Korean-run family stall with pretty good and authentic Korean food.
We had bibimbap which is rice with veges, kimchi (Korean pickled vege), beef and a fried egg. The secret lies in the gochujang which gives it that nice spicy taste.
To eat, you mix it all up with your chopsticks or fork and dig in!
They had also ordered mandu which are pan-fried Korean meat dumplings served with a spicy dipping sauce.
We took a breather with the jumbo-sized juices they have while others took a walk to see what else to order. See the size of the glass?! The juice is nice and thick, unlike some places which try to pass off diluted stuff for juice!
Dad came back with a Vietnamese lemongrass chicken rice. It had a good-sized fried chicken leg fillet which had been flavoured with lemongrass. It tasted a little like Malay-style fried chicken.
Bro had the calzone from the pizza stall. They do really nice Italian-style thin crust pizzas for a decent price.
Feeling like some grilled fish, I headed over to make my pick from a wide range of seafood from the Portugese grilled fish stall.
It came looking spicy! Under all that lime, ladies fingers and chilli is a fish! It was quite fresh and soft. And tasted delicious with the chilli, which wasn't as spicy as it looks!
For veggie intake, we also had four-angle beans with squid. It came sizzling on a hot plate lined with banana leaves. Sadly, the four-angle beans were too old and tough.
Finally, the highlight of the night (what we were really there for!) - the Chilli Crabs! There's a stall there specialising in Chilli Crabs for RM13 a plate. You get 11/2 crabs cooked in a thick, sweet chilli gravy.