Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Kokopelli Travellers Bistro, PJ

Somewhere cozy, somewhere central in PJ, somewhere ok for kids...
We decided to meet at Kokopelli, figured that it's not too crowded and good for catching up. Ben came with baby Rei and Aki, such cute and well behaved kids...lucky lucky Ben :).
First, we had to settle the babies tummies- a simple baby pasta(RM5.90) for them. Simple tomato based pasta- maybe a tad sour for Rei..

We started with some chicken rissoles(RM8.90) and fried calamaries (RM12.90)
The chicken rissoles was scrumptious- real crunchy, yet the filling was creamy and substantial. The tomato sambal goes so well with it that we had to ask for more :p
The fried calamaries was quite nice but paled compared to the chicken rissoles. Slightly oily, but good to snack on.
The roast chicken (RM22.90)
The chicken was rather dry and bland. The mash and accompanying sauce was just average.
The moussaka (RM20.90) came piping hot..
Good to share, I think it'll be too rich for one person. The moussaka was laden with loads of cheese, the top was baked till golden brown with a thin crisp layer. The eggplant was sliced too thinly though, we could hardly taste nor feel it.
The lambshank (RM32.90)
Quite a large portion, the lamb shank was tender and had absorbed the marination deep into its meat. The bread was redundant though, the sauce was only sufficient for smothering the mash.
The famed char kuay teow (RM10.90)
For a halal version of CKT, I must say that Kokkopelli's was tasty. Slightly spicy, which was nice actually. Still, it's plainer compared to those non halal CKT with sliced waxed sausages :p
We finished our meal with some of Kokopelli's desserts..
Sago Cream and Sundae.
Both were sadly forgettable.
Was glad to catch up with everyone..and SL, for such a long wait for that meal we owed ya! :p
Kokopelli is located at 6, Jalan Bukit, Section 11/2, PJ. Faces 32 Square.

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Anonymous jason said...

Hmm.. the food quality seems to have deteoriate?

01 September, 2009  
Blogger Hazza said...

what kind of place is this ...ckt among western food? Interesting!

02 September, 2009  
Blogger CUMI & CIKI said...

oh yar been ages since we ate here! cool deco.

02 September, 2009  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

since the day wmw pointed the location to me, i vowed to find this place and try the moussaka someday.

til now, no idea where the place is anymore. hahaha ... i'm hopeless.

02 September, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

jason:i guess so..

hazza: hehe there were other selection of local food. quite common amongst the restaurant here- serves western and local in one restaurant.

cumi&ciki: still cozy with simple but cute decor..

j2kfm: aiyo, you're not local..so dont be so harsh on yourself :)

03 September, 2009  
Blogger 550ml jar of faith said...

Ooh, thanks for the reminder!! I shall attempt to find this place for this dinner I'm supposed to be organizing!

04 September, 2009  
Blogger Extreme Power said...

yummilicious... well done.

13 September, 2009  
Blogger Eugene said...

Went there for dinner. Waiter messed up the orders and had to wait for more than an hour for the meal!! Worst part the boss didnt even offer an apology and rude. Scolded us instead for not being fair to his ‘Form 5′ waiters!!! He just picked up the meal that was late and brought it back to the kitchen.. My poor friend not only had to wait for her meal but ended up going home hungry!! P/S food was not great as well and gravy all tasted the same no matter what u ordered

14 March, 2011  

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