Zam Zam is probably one of the hidden treasures around Petaling Jaya, it is a restaurant that’s located in the middle of no where.
The restaurant is a rather large complex itself, with air conditioned and non-air conditioned dining area. It even has a small underground car park and rooms for a game of pool if you’re into some after-meal game.
Interestingly though, the small text under the restaurant’s name says “Satay Club”. 😀 With that, you’d probably guess what’s on our menu. SATAY! The Satay comes at RM 1 per stick, so our 20 sticks of 10 chicken and 10 beef satay costs RM 20 in total.
The picture above shows the chicken satay while the one below is the beef satay.
The chicken satay was far from impressive but the beef satay really wowed me over, I love their choice of tender beef and each bite gives this beefy goodness. It becomes even more aromatic should the stick happen to come with some beef marble. I’m going back for their beef satay again some day!
Besides satay, they also serve a variety of food, for example the Nasi Lemak Ayam (RM 6.50) below. It tastes slightly better than average but for what it’s worth, I do appreciate that it doesn’t cost me an arm and a leg.
The Nasi Beryani Beef (RM 16.50) on the other hand was another interesting dish, the serving is good and comes with a satisfying amount of beef as well. Definitely one of the highlights of the day but I must warn you that you might need help finishing this dish if you’re not someone of a gargantuan appetite.
And lastly is the Mee Rebus (RM 9.90), tasty down to the last bit, doesn’t the photo alone make you drool?
The service was fast, and what I like about the place is that it’s not only cozy but it’s spacious. Tables have good distance from one another to give you the privacy you need. Zam Zam also does catering, and it also seems like the place is a hot spot for gatherings.
How to get there? All the details are available on Zam Zam’s website.