I'm not a fan of Malaysian fast food after I left for the UK. Why? Because fast food are for
Let us see what do they have on the poster:
Yes, the word 'popper' is easily the most abused word in Malaysia, after a major ice-cream company decided to use it. But how many Malaysians really know the real meaning (and the illegalities) of it?
I ordered the RM 4.95 combo (which is RM 5.20 after tax - and yeah, the price of fast food in the Europe is 'what-you-see-is-what-you-get', which means you don't really have to 'pay' extra for taxes) since I was not that hungry.
What you will see on the table...
You'll get 5 poppers and a tub of mashed potato...
Mashed potato is basically mashed potato (duh!) and poppers is essentially chicken balls.
The texture is moist enough and it is thinly coated with the OR spices. I ate them with the Thai Chili Sauce.
The verdict? Go for it if you have too much money to spend (in fact, for any fast food if you have too much money to spend). The meat is not 100% real chicken breast - which means it is basically a patty. RM 5.20? I heard you could buy two packets of frozen Ayamas balls already!