Yesterday evening, while laying in bed with a cold compress under my back, my finger started scrolling Grabfood (when I have nothing to do, this is how I exercise my finger) in search of Korean fried chicken.
I found Bok Bok Fried Chicken (which is in Damansara Uptown and I am not even aware). The Nasi Goreng Kimchi Chicken with 6 pieces of chicken looked pretty good.
So today I made a scheduled order for 11:00am. For the chicken, only the boneless option was available, though I would have preferred wingettes and drumettes (somehow I always prefer bone-in chicken). The flavors I chose were Soy Garlic and Yangnyeom (Sweet & Spicy). The other two flavor options were Original and Sambal Hijau.
I also put in an order for Kimchi Coleslaw since I must have some vegetables with my meal.
I must say that the portion size is rather generous. This meal can feed two small eaters and was very ample for a big eater like me.
The kimchi fried rice looked rather pale but was not short on flavors. This is strictly for kimchi lovers as the kimchi flavor was very pronounced.
There were chopped kimchi and thin slivers of shitake mushroom in the fried rice. It would have been nice if the rice was garnished with a sprinkling of spring onions.
I was very happy with the fried chicken as it was crunchy and the flavors were spot on. This is another Korean fried chicken that I would definitely order again.
If there is one disappointment with this order, it was the Kimchi Coleslaw.
It is pretty much a coleslaw with bits of kimchi mixed in, so it is much tangier than regular coleslaw. What I disliked about this coleslaw is that it was drowned in mayonnaise. Too much dressing was applied and it became very cloying. So it would fare better with less.
So that was my very filling lunch and there will be a re-order in future minus the coleslaw. By the way, this meal cost me RM20.30 (with Hotdeals discount of RM12.50 and inclusive of RM4.00 delivery fee)