Big Spoon Setiawalk Puchong
The Thai boat noodle craze hits Malaysia last year and there are dozens of Thai boat noodle restaurants in Klang Valley alone. The Thai boat noodles are usually served in a bowl in a small portion and it is usually reasonably priced. Thus, you need to have at least a few bowls to keep you tummy full. Sadly, I wasn’t part of the craze but not for long.
Recently, I visited Big Spoon as I thought it is a Thai boat noodle restaurant. When I checked their menu, they offer Sze Chuan cuisine and there are daily specials such as Ma Po ToFu.
The reason it is called Big Spoon is because their food is served in big spoons. The food comes in small portions and reasonably priced too.
Chicken Cold Noodle (RM 1.90)
Chicken Cold Noodle is better than I thought. It comes with reasonably portion with cold noodle, sliced chicken and cucumber with sesame seed. I loved the noodles and the taste was quite good too.
Dumplings in The House Special Sauce (RM 3.90)
Dumplings in The House Special Sauce come with three dumplings and their special sauce.
Mapo Tofu (RM 1.90)
Mapo Tofu is off the menu and probably seasonal. The portion is similar to chicken cold noodle and the same price too. The taste wise not too bad for mapo tofu, a speciality dish from Szechuan China.
Rice Wine Sweet Soup (RM 3.90)
Rice Wine Sweet Soup is not my cup of tea even though you can taste the fragrance of the rice wine.
Big Spoon offers Szechuan style of dishes instead of the common Thai boat noodle. The food is not expensive as the idea is for the customers to order more “spoons”.
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Big Spoon Setiawalk Puchong Opening Hours :
11am – 10pm
Big Spoon Setiawalk Puchong Address:
D-7-G, Block D, SetiaWalk, Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47160 Selangor