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Sector 7 by Beer Factory Setia Walk Puchong Invade Bandar Puchong Jaya

How many of you ever step into the new hang out place located at Setia Walk? The place look kinda near next to the LDP. But one thing to go in is another story. You have to make a big turn just to reach the entrance. This would be the latest Beer Joints Center for Puchong City. House inside the place is the famous Beer Factory where they are serving affordable beers and a new alien base Sector 7 as their feasting spot.

The restaurant is located by the fountain where whole night the water are constantly splashing.

The place carries a pub feel and also dining by the lake style. From far it looks like a beer joint rather than a restaurant.  The restaurant is kitchen is helm by Chef Max who hail from Sarawak. His wide experience in culinary brings a new set of food offerings served here. Instead of standard bar food, Chef Max give you a proper meal.

A Full fledge range of beers for you to choose from. There are Germans, English, Belgium and all the one you can think off are available off from the tap.

I had 2 pints of Hoegaarden for the night since this is a Friday night. Chill out time ……. If you don’t want to take any alcohol or become the driver of the night, there are a range of mojitos. Just ask the bar and you get some nice recommendations. Service are attentive by the way. Kudos in this point.

I always heard a saying never drink with an empty stomach. Sure you get high very fast. You either pass out on your own drink or you get a gastric if you have that problem.

Caesar Salad – RM20

Fresh and Crunchy garden salad with real bacon bits (PORK Bacon OK? Not beef type). The crispy cheese flakes that come on the salad are better than raw cheese. Croutons are bigger than normal puny version where it gives more biting experience.

Scallop Bites RM25

This is something new to me. Scallop blanket with pork bacon. Seafood freshness covered by salty pork bacon then paired with lychee fruit and gresh garden salad on balsamic vinegar. I absolutely love it! The lychee sweetness may sound odd in here. But once you pop the whole scallop into your mouth it is delicious. 1 plate won’t be enough and we had a second plate in order once we had the first bite.

Sea Bounty  Soup – RM32

Seafood soup made from tomato soup based. Then it is cooked with fresh prawns, clamps, scallops and made upon order. The seafood taste overpower the tomato taste but still retain the tangy after taste on every spoon. This plate is good for those who feel too full to order snacks or main course.

Superlicious Tomato – RM18

You can opt for a mini version of the soup if you want it as a starter.

Pork Satay – RM28

My pray is answered all these year! A satay with my all time favorite Chinese Bak Chang rice dumpling is to die for here.  Each stick are big and meaty. Unlike the Malay version where you can clear the whole stick in one bite. This one I need 3 to 4 bites to settle a stick.

Pork Knuckle – RM50

This is a pork knuckle with a Chinese twist.

The skins resemble suckling pig skins. Crispy and tender meat beneath cushion with mashed potatoes. Unlike German pork knuckles that serve sauerkraut, Chef Max thought of localising the food. He has 3 types of sauce that you can choose from for your

Apple Sauce

Black Pepper Sauce

Brown Sauce

Marinated Pork Chop – RM28

This is an alternate option if you feel the pork knuckle is too big to be consume alone. That portion above is for alien size like me and my fellow makan kaki. We wipe it clean.

Grilled Lamb Chop – RM36

Some people don’t like pork. Lamb chop is is a good choice for you then.

For Chinese, the dinner won’t be complete if there are no rice to fill up the gaps. Sector 7 do not serve white rice but fry a hell good plate of fried rice. All the fried rice come with sunny side up eggs with Chef Max special made sambal, fried prawn crackers and best of all the fried chicken wing.

Kampung Fried Rice – RM18

Fried with chovies and kangkung topped with crispy dried prawns.

Tom Yam Fried Rice – RM16

Fried with Tom Yam paste and large prawns

Yong Chow Fried Rice – RM16

Fried with lap cheong and superior light soya sauce in small fire until the rice are fragrant

Bacon Lollipop – RM25

This is a super star of the night. It may look like a normal battered fish ball. But it is more than that! Each ball come with hidden bacons within and each pop sure bring you lots of surprise.

Fried Chicken Wing – RM22

A perfect bar snacks that never fail to impress from beer factory. It is marinated well and deep fried. A good choice for beer lovers.

Beef Cantonese Kueh Teow – RM18

Those who don’t want to have rice for the night can go for their range of noodles whether from their Asian menu or the westerns. Chef Max has done his home work on getting the best taste where local people can accept.

Spaghetti Carbonara – RM25

Creamy and nicely done spaghetti ala carbonara.

The night won’t be complete without a good dessert to end it.

Chocolate Lava Cake – RM32

At first I thought we were served a fruit platter. After taking a look, there are brownies with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and fresh fruits.

On the other end, this is the first time I saw a lava cake that really has its chocolate lava flood the whole plate. Every ringgit for this plate of dessert are well paid! I don’t mind to pay for it at RM32 base on the quality ingredients served.

Just look at the volcano … ohhhh so sinful.

Kahlua Tiramisu – RM25

Don’t judge by its look. Plenty of ingredients put inside and a slide maybe won’t be enough if you have a sweet tooth.

Yummilicious Cheesecake – RM22

Lychee Shots to end the night. Go home smiling …. (too much booze for the night) hahaha ….

So to find out more, you can go and checkout

 

Sector 7
(next to The Beer Factory)
Block B,
Setiawalk,
Persiaran Wawasan,
Pusat Bandar Puchong,
47160 Puchong.
Facebook page: facebook.com/sector7seven

 

2 Comments

  • December 5, 2012 - 7:43 am | Permalink

    Oooh, that runny chocolate dessert yes please!

  • January 4, 2013 - 5:40 am | Permalink

    Nice post, especially like the bacon lollipop and pork satay with bachang.

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