Ayam Perchik Chicken Rice Free Range Chicken Halal Puchong

Satoyama Kitchen @ Puchong – Yummy (Halal)

** In regards to whether this eatery is Halal or not, I asked a local worker here, who herself was a Malay – she readily agreed that it was Halal. I took her word for it 

This eatery is located in an area I never knew existed, lol. It is located in the same side of the road as I0I Mall but it is not located close by though, more like 10 minutes down the road, opposite SetiaWalk – yea, that area is called Taman Perindustrian Puchong. They even have a train stop here. I guess the fact that I myself am not from Puchong, I only know parts of Puchong that is more mainstream. This area though – lets just say they got the ‘Perindustrian’ part right. It was mostly filled with factory/production related  businesses and SMEs.  As you drive around, passing through all these businesses and suddenly Satoyama appears. It totally has that hidden factor. The most unlikely of places to find an eatery, lol.

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This eatery is all about free range chicken. No antibiotics, no growth enhancers, nada. The chickens used are specially brought in from a free range farm in East Malaysia. Awesome, huh? 

The eatery is clean, very clean and well maintained. Depending on which side of the table you are sitting on, you would be able to sneak a peek into their kitchen and even that looked clean. The chefs had face masks on and some form of uniform that resembled what you would usually see in a chemical lab. Seriously.

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Ayam Perchik Rice, 14.90 ringgit + Satoyama Chicken Rice, 11.90 ringgit

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Ayam Perchik
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Chicken Rice

 

The Ayam Perchik was delicious. The gravy was thick and sweetish and underneath the gravy was chunks of  grilled meaty chicken meat. It was soft, chewy, a lil crunchy all in one. The dish also came with a side of kerabu rice, pickled vegetables, sambal and prawn crackers. CErtainly a dish I would order again.

The Chicken Rice was a lil different to me. The chicken meat itself did not come in the usual kechup-py gravy. The gravy had less kechup but more vinegar? ginger? I do not know what it was but it certainly gave the chicken rice an extra ‘kick’. It totally works when you add in the rice and all. It was different but in an appealing kind of way.  The chicken came in a generous portion and came with butter rice, chilli sauce and vegetable. Yummy.

 

Would I head here again?

Yea, I would. Not as often as I would like to though. While food was awesome. it did take me quite a distance to reach the eatery but yea, I would certainly revisit this eatery.

 

Address: No. 33, Jalan TPP 1/1, Taman Perindustrian Puchong, Puchong

Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays, 8 am – 7 pm. Sundays Closed

 

Signing out now, Ciao.

FoodBunny

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