Published on January 31st, 2013 | by email2me
Bondi Junction Restaurant at Setia Walk Puchong Mediterranean Food
The new happening at Setia City Walk continue from my previous article about Sushi Tei and it’s latest Yee Sang Offerings. The latest family and comfort food restaurant for me to share with you all are Bondi Junction restaurant
This restaurant are located above Ding Tea.
It is kinda tricky to find the location for first timer here. The owner previously who worked before in Australia gained plenty of experience in culinary and then work in several resorts over the year.
Now he is fulfilling his dream by having his own restaurant that he can share his best dishes to the public.
The restaurant is non air conditioned and to my surprise it is pretty airy. It is painted in yellow and red with some Aussie decors on the wall.
This the look of the restaurant. Kitchen and the dining area are pretty near but to my surprise the smoke do not come to the dining area. The ventilation are done pretty good that maintain the comfort level in the restaurant.
They were having their own coffee blend here. As a coffee lover, I find that this blend is easy to drink and well balanced. Combination of Colombian and Arabica beans proportions are perfectly blended. You shall try their flat white.
The house special menu.
The compact kitchen is enough to dishout some top quality foods.
Fresh baked focaccia with 4 sides.
The focaccia were baked with rosemary and olives. It is fluffy and perfectly paired with fetta cheese, sun dried cherry tomatoes, olives and balsamic vinegar.
This have to be preordered as the quantity baked daily are limited. Willy the head chef cum owner said he do not bake too much to avoid wastage. So the dough are bake fresh daily. Once sold out means is finish. If you seriously want this, you can call them 1 day ahead to preorder this.
Roasted Pumpkin and Red Capsicum Soup – RM11
Roasted Pumpkin with herbs and then cook with red capsicums. It give a little spicy flavour resulting from the red capsicums.
Mushroom Soup – RM11
This is the first time I had a perfect bowl of soup without adding salt or pepper. It is so perfectly done until the proportion of ingredients are right. Creamy level is excellent and super tasty! A MUST ORDER here. However instead of croutons, it is served with 2 pcs of lightly toasted bread. You can crack your own croutons if you want.
Bondi Special – RM27
Bondi famous hand tossed pizza which topped with Basil pesto, olive, sun dried tomatoes, capsicum, beef pepperoni, egg, onion and mozzarella. It is square in shape rather than round which I find it pretty practical to eat. It is well balanced in the toppings when it is made square. When the pizza in round shape, as you bite further in to the center, the topping always fall down.
Chilli Chicken – RM20
Alternate for non beef lover, you can opt for the chilli chicken which made of hand tossed base topped with Marinated chicken, chilli, onion, garlic, tomato, capsicum and mozzarella cheese.
Beef Lasagna – RM18
The soft and cheesy lasagna are filled with Minced beef in in rich tomato sauce. To balance the super cheesy flavour, it came with garden salad drizzled with balsamic vinegar.
Sinful to the max!
Chicken Bolognese – RM15
Minced chicken in Napolitana sauce with basil and parmigiano
Chicken Gordon Bleu – RM30
This dish is far most popular western food in Malaysia. It is either prepared with rolled chicken thigh or breast meat. Don’t ever judge the book by its cover. Even though Willy chose breast meat for his chicken gordon bleu, the meat still moist and tender.
Stuffed seafood chicken – RM32
Chicken breast meat rolled with seafoods and put to oven baked. Heaven is the only word I can describe for this dish. From meaty to seafood freshness plus a balance of vege that goes along with it are a healthy combination.
Roasted Salmon – RM32
The thick fillet are so satisfying and every bite are flavourful.
Brocoli, red pesto, carrot and green beans to accompany the gorgeous salmon fillet.
Wine pairing wise, Merlot is the perfect fit to the foods here. I brought myself a bottle of Australian Jacob’s Creek Merlot Vintage 2007 for the dinner.
This is the perfect wine for pasta, pizza and cheesy dishes.
Creme Brulee – RM10
Classic Apple Pie – RM10
Russian Benny – RM17
Poached eggs with salmon served with home made Hollandaise Sauce, toast, mushroom and tomato.
French Lemon Tart – RM10
Flat white for the finale.
Visitors of Bondi Junction Wall of Fame.
Bondi Junction Setia Walk is located at :
Reservation and Preorder Contact : 019-311 2816