Monday, June 22, 2015

The Birdmen Co @ SS15 Subang

Let's give 'em something to squawk about: Fans of chicken wings can flock together at The Birdmen Co, a newly hatched Subang restaurant that rules the roost with its playful range. Chicken wings coated with chopped garlic & cheese? Count us in!

Start with a six-piece sampler (RM15), comprising Regular Fried, Garlic Parmesan, Honey Mustard, Smoky BBQ, Spicy Hot Sauce & Sweet-Sour Asian Sensation. These crispy-juicy wings are delicious, each served piping-hot with a punchy, finely tuned taste. Everyone will have a personal favourite, but we found something to appreciate about every flavour - a testament to The Birdmen Co's initiative to showcase enjoyably distinctive recipes that leave the Colonel in the dust.

There's also a Tex-Mex selection to complement the wings - we like the indulgent baked potatoes loaded with cheese, cream & beef bacon (RM12 for three half-potatoes) & the 'Two-Hands Burritos' (RM15; named for its size, packed with a rich mix of buttermilk-brined chicken strips, lime rice, beans & guacamole). But it's OK to skip the nachos drizzled with cheese dip (RM7).

The Birdmen Co: Chicken Wings & Other Things
113, Jalan SS 15/5A, Subang Jaya, Selangor. Open Tues-Sun, 5pm-11pm

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16 comments:

  1. Bird...and men! Ummmm...never mind! LOL!!! Guess it's all about chickens here. Oh? There's beef bacon too. Somehow, the images on the wall puts me off...like the Elephant Man, poor thing!

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    1. Suituapui: ya, the birdmen on the wall look a bit dark and violent ... thankfully the food is happy and cheer-inducing! :D

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  2. That menu looks way too unhealthy for my liking. The wall murals are interesting though.

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    1. The Yum List: yeah, that's true, the food here is definitely a guilty indulgence :)

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  3. I want to try Garlic Parmesan the most, sounds interesting to me. :P

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    1. CK: Garlic Parmesan was my favourite flavour! :D

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  4. I get a kick out of the wall murals! :)

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    1. Linda: haha, i'm glad you like them! :D

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  5. Chicken wings for cheatdays! :P I love my drumsticks and wing though my main consumption of chicken is the breast meat hehehhe... but nothing beats the feeling of picking at the bones & tearing tender meat from the wings...

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    1. Rebecca: heheh, my favourite part is actually the thigh ... wings don't have enough flesh for me! :)

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  6. Never thought that they would serve fried chicken... i find those mural paints rather disturbing for some unknown reasons :x

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    1. Ken: i definitely can empathise ... those murals are definitely grimmer than expected :)

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  7. This chicken leaves the Colonel in the dust, huh? How about the Korean Fried Chicken? By the way, those birdmen looks creepy! :D

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    1. Contact.ewew: haha ... okie, i think korean fried chicken fans will say the koreans ultimately rule over everyone :D yeah, it'd be interesting to talk to the artist to find out his/her/their motivation :)

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  8. Huge fan of chicken wings! *raise both hands!

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, hope you manage to flap your wings over to visit the birdmen co! :)

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