March 22, 2023

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NEW Fried Chicken And Seafood at Popeyes, Louisiana Kitchen, TTDI, MALAYSIA

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Popeyes is here! Not the spinach eating Popeye the sailor man! I’m talking about the Popeyes, Louisiana Kitchen.

I passed by TTDI a few days ago and spotted this. Out of curiosity and the kiasu-ness like many other common Malaysians, I went in to try it out.

Basically they served fried stuffs such as fried chicken and seafood. Of course they had burgers, which they named it sandwich.

Andy ordered 3 pieces Tender Chicken with biscuit. Chicken strips were fried into lightly brownish colour. The taste well a bit of saltiness and a bit of dryness.

I ordered 2 Pcs Chicken Set with Mashed Potatoes, Coleslaw, Biscuit and a soft drink. I ordered one piece of Mild Fried Chicken mixed with 1 Hot Fried Chicken. Okay, seriously I couldn’t differentiate the mild and the hot one. The fried chicken here was a bit dry. A distinctive taste of a bit of saltiness in the aroma of the chicken. Very least oil detected. It was crispy and hot. The mashed potatoes came with chilli gravy. A slight taste of hotness but it was good. Coleslaw was ordinary. The biscuit was very dry, the taste was in between of muffin and biscuit. There’s a word for it, a food blogger told me a few days ago. I forgot the word.

Even though this place is a self service restaurant, there were lots of waiters. I had no idea why. The service was not too bad, they got a bit of mixed up, maybe the outlet is still too new. Price is comparable with other similar fast food outlets.

I would come back for the sandwich. The chickens were not really impressive BUT its a WORTH to try.

I had this in TTDI, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail. Same row with Secret Recipe.

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