Another choice of eating place in SS2, PJ called Jack’s Chill & Spicy Tales. Serving Indochina fusion foods with an affordable price yet delicious.
Jack’s Chill & Spicy Tales’ Specialty
Talking about specialty, Jack’s Chill is not only serving some locality foods but also Laos – Vietnam specialty with the price as low as RM 9 onwards for ala-carte and RM10 onwards for set meals.
Crispy Fried Tofu-Pok with Fragrant Pork Filling RM10
This is a MUST try as the Tofu-Pok really crispy as its name. Topping with the sweet & sour sauce really gave a good compliment to the food. Served along with fragrance rice.
Vietnam Style Fried Chicken Drumsticks RM12
RM12 for TWO drumsticks!! This is not kidding and is true. It was crispy on the skin and juicy in the meat served with 2 special sauces. It was tasty to dipped with the soy sauce mix with sesame oil and of course those who love chili-mayo, it tasted even great. (this is my taste-bud! But this is one of the recommended set meal). Served along with fragrance rice
Garlic Prawn RM12
As I remember, Laos people love to eat spicy food and they can just bite the chili its own and even dip in Sambal to get the great kick in their mouth. Garlic Prawn was pretty spicy for my taste-bud but the garlic sauce could make me want more. It was served along with fragrance rice. If you want add-on the spicy taste, you may request for it as they have 4 different levels of spiciness. Burn at your own risk!
Prawn sautéed with Coconut Milk RM14
This is really a Laos – Vietnam taste dish with the prawns sauteed with an aromatic coconut milk. I couldn’t resist this as the creamy coconut milk reminded me my Vietnamese SIster-in-Law’s cooking. Definitely, I will want to have this again when I am back there. Something mild yet flavorful served along with fragrance rice
Squid with Pork Filling in Spicy & Sweet Paste RM15
Carefully chosen for its size just to blend perfectly with the filling as to avoid overcooked and caused the squid hard.It comes flavorful and spiciness in it. Served along with fragrance rice.
Seafood Fried Noodle Vietnam Style RM13
Those who wanna try fried noodle with a little touch of Vietnam-style cooking, this is one of the dishes should try on. Please don’t forget to add-on the level spice to level 2 to get a tastier taste and 3 or 4 to get a greater kick on the spiciness.
While having my beer, definitely I am looking for some food to pair it. It can also to be taken with other beverages.
Fried Chicken Wings with Glutinous Rice as Spice RM10
Plain taste of fried chicken wing definitely won’t go along with beer but this is totally different. The saltiness blended into the chicken wing with glutinous rice definitely a good pairing to my beer. Do not let your beer lonely without this chicken wing.
Spicy Pork Stir Fry with Spring Onion RM12
Something spicy again? This is good to pair along with beer. Ya beer. I just love Beer.
This actually could be an add-on ala-carte dish with the set meal and can be shared with a group of friends. It was juicy and the gravy was delicious.
Jack’s Chill & Spicy Tales were actually well-known with their beverages served in a colorful LED lighting glass. I found it pretty interesting on this idea and it was so beautiful. Check this out.
The ambiance was was really cozy and relaxing. Many may think it was a drinking place but actually, it was a dining place with a relaxed ambiance. An ideal place for family and friends to have their gathering at their place which easily caters up to 50pax. It is easily spotted along the SS2 Digi Store facing the main road and from far, you may see their colorful signage with a letter ‘J’ in pink.
Along the walkway, you may see their LUNCH & Dinner and Beer Promotion written on the blackboard stand. Every week/month they will have a different kind of promotion. Check out Jack’s Chill & Spicy Tales Facebook for more information about their other menu available. All foods served strictly non-halal.
Business Hour: Mon to Sat, 11am – 11pm (closed on Sunday)
No.28 (ground floor), Jalan SS2/66
Contact: 03-7865 3288
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