Curiosity got the best of me as I was out and about at Maju Junction, wondering whether this would be a good “Penyet” experience.
Despite the rather large counter and huge amount of seating area (pics later), there’s only one point for taking orders and it’s located near the wall that’s on the other end, which I think is the most unfriendly setup ever when it comes to taking orders at the counter.
The restaurant seems to have no lack when it comes to accommodating patrons, with ample seats available at the back which is linked to the Maju Junction shopping complex.
One of the draw-factor at Dapur Penyet is free soup. Yup, if you dine there, you get to drink soup regardless of what you ordered. 🙂
And so came my RM 8.90 dish – the Ayam Penyet. I added plain rice for a whopping RM 1.80. The ayam penyet was served with a piece of vegetable and some spicy sauce.
The chicken wasn’t over fried but it was on the dry side, taste wise it was pretty good.
If you’re have a liking towards Indonesian cuisine then do give Dapur Penyet a try, check out their menu at http://www.dapurpenyet.com.my. They have quite a few outlets across the Klang Valley, with other outlets being at Cyberjaya and Seremban.