$7.50 for $15 Worth of Indonesian Cuisine at Wong Solo Ayam Bakar in Orchard
- Authentic, traditional Indonesian cuisine
- Wide range of sauces
- Immensely popular in KL and Indonesia
- Distinctive flavours and unique mix of textures
- Limited Groupons available
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Like most modern conflicts, the rivalry between sweet and savoury foods will not end till one side gets eaten by a shark. Broker a culinary truce with today's Groupon: for 7.50, you get $15 worth of Indonesian cuisine at Wong Solo Ayam Bakar.
Enjoy the aromatic barbecued chicken Ayam Bakar ($6.90) made from a traditional Javanese recipe at Wong Solo and many more authentic, traditional Indonesian dishes. Jump straight into the crispy and aromatic barbecued chicken with its delicious crunchy skin and tender, succulent insides. Feast on other meats such as their Grilled Beef Ribs with Black Sauce ($10.90), or the Ikan Bawal ($6.90).
Finish off meals with the saccharine sweet Jus Alpukat ($4.90) made with fresh avocado juice and laced generously with chocolate syrup, or top up heaving bellies with the Sate Lontong ($6.90) with its tender and juicy marinated chicken chunks and fantastic peanut chilli sauce. Let the bright green and orange colour scheme cheer diners up as they dine under the watchful gaze of the cartoon chicken mascot.
Wong Solo has 5 outlets in Kuala Lumpur and over 90 in Indonesia, and was recently named one of Indonesia's Superbrands. Delight in both their distinctive flavours and unique mix of textures, as well as dishes prepared daily using the freshest ingredients for a quick Indonesian cultural experience.
"The restaurant's specialty is Ayam Bakar ($6.90), a crispy and aromatic barbecued chicken made from a traditional Javanese recipe. Concocted by the founder Puspo Wardoyo, the seasoned chicken has a delicious crunchy skin while being tender and succulent on the inside. If you preferred Fried Chicken, they have Ayam Penyet ($6.90), though the chicken isn't really flattened. Their fresh chilli sambal is to die for, spicy and fragrant." - Misstamchiak Blog Review
"Dishes such as the Iga Bakar (grilled beef ribs), satay, and also Sop Buntut (oxtail soup) to provide a comprehensive Indonesian menu. Don’t miss their long list of Indonesian-style juices –from avocado to cucumber and carrot– and also the pink sweetness Soda Gembira (or Bembira as written on their menu)." - Heydiaspora Blog Review
Operating Hours:Daily: 11am - 9.30pm
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