17 Jun 2010

Chillex Cafe, Puchong – A Place to Chill & Relax

Seriously, I barely had time/stomach to catch up with the burger-volution that’s taking over town.

First was the massive burger by New York New York, of which I didn’t even bother to visit after reading numerous blog posts on how horrible the food was. Then came the 12 – inch vertical monstrous creation of Cravings in Sunway Giza, which sadly reported to be as monstrous in taste.
Next, The Double Ultimate Skewers Glutton Burger in Skewers, Subang Avenue, of which I haven’t had the ..yeah you guessed it, time/stomach to try yet.

And just last week, at the launch of Chillex Cafe in Puchong Financial Corporate Center (wahh.. now Puchong got financial center, fuyoh.., what’s next? Segambut International Corporate City???? *sarcastic* ), I was presented with this gargantuan fella…

Chillex - gargantuan burger

Solid, massive, 5 inches in diameter mean stack of meat, fillings and bread.

Chillex - gargantuan burger1

I was hungry as hell, I mean I just came back from the Malacca homestay, where I was housed HERE , so you can pretty much imagine the kind of food I ate.

Chillex - gargantuan burger2

So this was freaking God-send.

Chillex - gargantuan burger3

It tasted ok, albeit a bit dry. Well, it could be that I was starving; but I couldn’t really find much fault with it. For such a THICK patty, the chef got it cooked right. I do hope this would be consistent.

As if a gargantuan UFO burger ain’t enough to blew you away,  Chillex Cafe offers the 12? 16 ? inch sausage roll, served on 2 sausage buns.
Topped with minced meat in tomato paste ( reminiscent of a coney dog), which I prefered compared to the sausage itself, this is another perfect food for football nights.

Chillex - Hotdog

The pizzas had thin crispy crust, and tasted like.. pizza. Nothing great, nothing bad. These prawns wrapped in bacon hold high promises but sadly I didn’t managed to get my grubby hands on any as it was whisked away and never seen again that night.

Chillex - thin crust pizza
Fried shrimp wrapped with beef bacon

Chillex Cafe
2-G-2, Menara 2 @ PFCC, (somewhere further down from IOI Mall, behind Galleria IOI)
Jalan Puteri 1/2, Bandar Puteri
Puchong, 47100, Petaling Jaya. Selangor.
(behind RIMA college in the Puchong Finance & Commerce Centre)

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For more info, http://www.chillex.my/

Twitter @ChillexCafeFacebook fan page.

Chillex - Interior

chillex - Lion dance

Chillex - owners

Chillex - Advertlets Bloggers

Congratulations to the owners of Chillex Cafe & thanks to Advertlets for the invite! :yes:

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17 Jun 2010

unkaleong says:

The burger was about 8″ high by my guesstimates and the hot dog was a foot long :d *burps* Should have trusted my instincts and took the first left instead of trusting the GPS. LOL!

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Rebecca Reply:

Haha.. ur the walking GPS maa..

We must go Daily Grind in Bangsar la, I havent tried the burgers there!

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brian chillex Reply:

cheers rebecca..pssssttttt….the gigantor burgur cost only RM20++

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17 Jun 2010

J the chocoholic says:

Niiiiiice. :)
The burger looks monstrously large tho! Is this the new trend, I wonder? – XXL burgers?
(Seems to be quite a few places doing this now!)

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Rebecca Reply:

Yea man! Definitely a trend. So when are we going to try one of these monstrous creation? I think we should go Skewers. Feedback been aint bad so far!

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17 Jun 2010

minchow says:

Is that poached egg meant to be a dip for the prawns? How bizarre!

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Yea man! I was like “huh?” too!
well, didnt managed to teest it out as it disappeared after that!

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17 Jun 2010

Sean says:

oh, this definitely trounces sunway giza’s cravings! but so far, i think skewers’ glutton burger seems to be the one to beat. now if only the daily grind would take note and come up with their own xxl-sized burger! :d

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Oh my.. can u imagine the XXL PRICE for tht burger in Daily Grind?? HAHa

Yup, so far only Skewers’ been gettin good feedback. Jz got to fnd time to go there now.. urghhh..

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17 Jun 2010

Chong says:

Thick patty but the bread/bun looks dry.

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rebeccasaw Reply:

It is a bit dry. But that seems to be the case whn beef is used. Pork alws fares better!

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17 Jun 2010

Leo says:

too bad… it was beef right?

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Rebecca Reply:

Yup! Come, let me take you to a porky burger plc!

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17 Jun 2010

via says:

din know got this new outlet…is it at pacific coffee there?

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Rebecca Reply:

Nope! Galleria 101?
Turn left there…

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17 Jun 2010

Stupe says:

I make my own burger patty. How big you want again?

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Rebecca Reply:

Wooo! I wan moist and juicy one. Make sure not too salty!

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17 Jun 2010

Stupe says:

Here : http://opstupe.blogspot.com/2009/03/homemade-burger.html

And this is when i am not that hungry. Else, gask whole 500gram (which is almost four quarter pounder by the way…or a one pound burger) :P

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rebeccasaw Reply:

A big patty for a big guy like u! ;)

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17 Jun 2010

iamthewitch says:

My goodness! Such a huge and thick burger! And it’s in Puchong! You can be sure I’ll go and give it a try very soon! :)

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Rebecca Reply:

Hahah..Puchong yr area babe!

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18 Jun 2010

Stupe says:

Becky – the secret to soft bread is using cold water and a whole packet of yeast, no matter what the recipe said.

Those commercially available bread are soft and moist because they are all made using shortening i.e. FAT. you do not want to know how much is needed to make the bread that soft.

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18 Jun 2010
18 Jun 2010

J2Kfm says:

Cool name for a place this one, though I have no idea how one devours a giant burger of that massive proportion on his or her own.

It’s suicidal. >_<

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20 Jun 2010

AngelKein says:

omfg bad idea to come here in the middle of the night. :-( im hungry now!

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28 Jun 2010

Chang Rarogal says:

Had errors viewing the site in Safari on the Mac, but apart from that loved the site.

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11 Jul 2010

Shanna Thomes says:

Good site!

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29 Jul 2010

Jason Patricks says:

Hi! Just wondering, i see lots of food on this page. Do you serve liquor here? BTW, congratulation on the opening :)

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Rebecca Reply:

Oh yes they do Jason!
It’s drinking hole at night but beers etc is on the menu !

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13 Jun 2011

jun says:

halal tak? cz nampak sungguh sedap…=)

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rebeccasaw Reply:

HI Jun!
It’s pork free but no “Halal” sign as it is operated by non malays.

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17 May 2012

Rei says:

Unfortunately close where where they moved?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

I don’t think they moved. I think it’s ermm.. no more in existence. but I’m not sure.

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