Big Spoon @ Setiawalk, Puchong

4:50:00 PM

I remembered back then when boat noodle was a thing, people started stacking their bowls as much as high as possible. Those cash in their wallets started depleting and the height of bowls increased. It was truly an interesting time. But anyway, since boat noodle has slowly died down, some restaurants take the concept to a whole new level. Hence the idea of Big Spoon. Instead of serving them in bowls, it is served on literally a giant spoon instead. 

The restaurant is located at one end of the vicinity, so do pay attention when you're heading towards TGV cinemas. 

The interior which was constructed mainly from timber. The chairs - it was horrible. Took me so much effort to move them as they were large and extremely heavy. Hey, I don't lift. 

We started off with some pickled tomatoes appetizer. It had a blend of sour and sweet along with an added fragrant coming from those seeds. 

Another appetizer, but this time it was a salad with black beans instead. Though it may look simple, the sauce along with those black beans complimented well with the overall of it. 

Next, we have a serving of dumplings. They were pretty juicy and cooked nicely - but I tend to find it pretty boring. Especially for a concept like Big Spoon. To add additional flavours, you are required to use the chilli and other sauces available on the side on the table. That would help improve the overall taste as to how you would like it. 

Spring rolls! Unfortunately, they're pretty ordinary. Nothing outstanding but at least it was made right. The fillings fresh and the skin was crisp. 

Finally, the main dish of Big Spoon. Though I'm not exactly sure whether this qualifies as a boat noodle but it certainly is quite similar. The noodles were slightly different as they were much bouncier and chewy. For some reason though, I actually did enjoy this 'spoon' of noodles. All I had to do was just use the sauces provided and mix it till it matches my palette. 

Lastly, we have a bowl of warm melon dessert soup thingy. Seriously, I can't seem to get a hang of these names. But on a more serious note, it did taste absolutely delicious. 


D-7-G, Block D, Setiawalk, 
persiaran wawasan,
(opposite subway setia walk mall beside 海外天),
 47160 Puchong.

Operating hours: Daily 11am-10pm

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