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Peruvian food isn’t exactly one of the more popular foreign cuisines in Malaysia. Prior to visiting Peruvie Peruvian Grilled Chicken at TTDI, my previous experience in this brand of food consists of the lone visit to the Peruvian Gastronomy Week at Ritz Carlton.

Peruvie at Taman Tun Dr. Ismail
Peruvie at Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

The restaurant took over the bulk of the premise previously occupied by Penang Village at Lorong Rahim Kajai 13, which is conveniently located behind Maybank and Hong Leong Bank at TTDI. Parking isn’t usually a painful affair.

Inside, a small open kitchen sits at the corner. The interior is decorated with many quirky cultural artifacts that I presume have something to do with the South American country one of my colleagues came from.

grilled chicken with two sides, not the most original idea but it works
grilled chicken with two sides, not the most original idea but it works

The menu is pretty similar to those you find at Nando’s. Ala carte 1/4, 1/2, or whole chicken (RM 9.90, RM 18.90, RM 36.90), and chicken with 2 side lines (RM 15.90 for 1/4, RM 24.90 for 1/2).

The sides to choose from includes fries, corn coconut rice, garden vege, coleslaw, potato salad, butter sweet corn, tomato & cucumber salad, and fresh salad.

Other than grilled chicken and sides, there are several extra dishes you can order here. Chicken soup, sausage, chicken salad, and burritos are among those items, we didn’t try any of those though.

love the sauce at Peruvie
love the sauce at Peruvie

The grilled chicken took probably 15-20 mins to get ready, and I assume this is because they only started cooking when you order. I find the taste of chicken and its marinate to be not entirely different from satey, which to me, is a good thing. The meat were tender and skin flavorful with a strong hint of spices, but it isn’t spicy.

There isn’t any complains from me when it comes to the sides either, though I’d love to have more variety of potatoes to choose from since that is supposed to be a hallmark of Peruvian cuisine. I’m quite sure Peruvie is one of these places where I don’t mind visiting again, so if you’re into some grilled chicken that isn’t Nando’s or Kenny Rogers, this is a place to check out.

map to Peruvie at Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

Address:
Peruvie Peruvian Grilled Chicken
1, Lorong Rahim Kajai 13,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.153722, 101.622639
Tel03-7725 7223
Webwww.facebook.com/Peruvie

Discuss : KY eats – Peruvian Grilled Chicken at Peruvie, TTDI

  1. Personally, I don’t find this place that impressive. The serving is tiny and there isn’t really anything distinctly “Peruvian” about this place except for the decor. Hopefully they’ll add more items in the menu. 🙂

    • Chiee: it’s a start, and apparently grilled chicken is really a popular thing in Peru.

  2. let’s hope this will mark the start of a trend of venezuelan, bolivian, colombian, chilean and other south american cafes opening in KL! 😀

  3. ehhh.. i tootally forgot about this shop that i wanted to try

    now seeing you writing about it must go d. .

  4. Looks like the pricing is quite fair also

  5. Another yummy eatery to check out when I am based in TTDI for the week!

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