Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Jean's Chilly Chicken Gandaria City Jakarta

I drove along the road, heading to South. My mind went back to a few years ago, flew away with memories of my dream trip to Sydney. It was not a compulsive one, it was one of my-to-do-list-before-I-die. After months of planning, I had the opportunity to have that one came true!
Surely it was a great great memories. I loved everything about that city. Crowded city, lovely suburbs, pleasant people, with great food. I remembered taking train to reach this famous Korean food. After minutes of trip and few blocks to go through, I finally had my first Jean's chilly chicken experience.

The one that located in Gandaria City is not that famous, I wonder why. It was quite a gloomy ambiance they had, and surprisingly they did not familiarize the way to eat this. I had myself jean's chilly chicken mixed with cheese chilly chicken in regular size (around 80k). I recommend to make an order in reguler size, to have the chicken on a hotplate (they used usual plating for the small size). Do not forget to have their rice ball (25k) which basically was rice with toasted seaweed and sesame and came with plastic gloves and scissor. The fun part was, you could make your own rice bowl. I personally liked mine with big chunks of chilly chicken with thin wrap of rice! Another plate of chilly chicken egg roll was quite pleasing too. Egg roll met chicken and mozzarella cheese was supposed to be good, right?

Calories. Oh well. Life's to short to be on diet! :p

And here was my recent obsession: Tteobokki! (65k)
I loved the consistency, some restaurants made it too rubbery, while some made it a bit too mushy. But theirs was great. With the twist of mozarella, fish cake, and good sweet chilly sauce, I just could not resist this!

The one in Sydney was always be the winner, but this one was enough to bring back the memories.

PS: I am currently eating tteobokki a lot. Any recommendation of a good one? ;)

Jean's Chilly Chicken
Gandaria City Mall
Upper Ground
021 29236374

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