Quick Eats - Peko Peko Taiwanese @ Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Thursday June 1st
A last hour dinner saw us visit Peko Peko, an old favourite that we stopped going to because they stopped doing bentos (I love my bentos!). On a Thursday Night it was packed (these pictures were taken on closing) as popular as ever.
Do make a booking! The deco hasn't changed much over the years, I think it has been almost 4yrs since we were here! Back in 2013-ish. We had a few group dinners here as I recall too.
This week's specials!
Pop Chicken $15
Taiwanese crispy chicken cubes with salt & pepper seasoning
Sesame Broccoli Salad $3.50
We ordered a kewpie mayo broccoli salad to go with the chicken as just a solid plate of protein is a bit overwhelming as a main. *not a real salad* The chicken was really good, though should be an entree to share between 3+ rather than a main.
Crispy Seafood Wonton + Noodle Soup $15
Egg floss, spicy seafood jam, vermicelli
One crispy seafood wonton, deep fried, calamari, covered in chili jam.
Brilliantly textural, a firm flesh beneath crispy shell.
Bio guy had a noodle dish, noodles were a bit dry, in a peppery broth.
The vibes are just as vibrant as I recall and till just as fun! Will we be back? Perhaps.
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