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Sunday, November 18, 2012

XXL Crispy Fried Chicken at Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack, Aeon Seberang Perai


The other day, during the public holiday, I was walking around the Aeon Seberang Perai and found that majority food outlet in the shopping malls have menus that are usually meant for two person or more or family meal. I was having tough time finding food for my dinner - well, shopping around alone and dining alone is not easy.


Anyway, after walking few rounds the mall, finally decided to get myself the XXL Crispy Fried Chicken at the Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack. It is not something luxurious, but if you asked me, the taste of the chicken worth mentioned here.


Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack




As the name already suggested, it is actually Taiwan based street snack, so the menu that Shilin Taiwan Street Snack consists of light and heavy snacks - which can be made as a meal, one of it being this XXl Crispy Fried Chicken. The portion of the chicken is large enough to fill my stomach + another cup of latte from the food court, I'm full.


Part of the XXL Crispy Fried Chicken - photographed taken when the chicken still inside the paper bag


The XXL Crispy Chicken is really crispy, and the name even suggested that it is extra extra large (not sure true or not, just my assumption) and I want the chicken to be the spicy one. The meat is juicy enough and well marinated, coupled with the chili powder which sprinkled around the skin, the chicken taste a lot like food that I had when I was in Chengdu. The taste of the chili powder wrapped around my lips...making it numb a bit, making my body feel like a bit burning, but I like it.


All in all, if you are thinking of luxurious food, Shilin Taiwan Street Snack definitely not the place that you want to go, but if you are craving for hawker food, then Shilin Taiwan Street Snack can be one of the option. Coupled with inside the shopping malls, one only have to find parking once, and then you can have the hawker food with comfortable air-conditioning environment.

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