Thursday, September 15, 2016

Daily Choize @ Sri Petaling

This F&B retailer specialises in healthy choices - its chief attraction might be Anxin chicken, a so-called 'naked neck' French-origin breed reared mainly in Johor in recent years, reputedly free of antibiotics & growth hormones. Daily Choize sells the chicken frozen, stuffed with Chinese herbs, with a tell-tale yellow band on its legs to certify it's Anzin. The store urges patrons to keep the cooking simple - steamed, baked or fried - to ensure the chicken's natural sweet-savoury flavours remain intact; the meat is fleshy & fairly tender, costing up to RM63.90 for a 2.3-kilogramme whole chicken (smaller ones are available too). There's also a small in-house cafe with a compact selection  of some Anxin chicken dishes & various wholesome beverages.

You can also bring home other interesting options like organic quinoa spaghetti (distinctively firm to the bite) & gluten-free wood mushroom floss (a pretty tasty vegetarian substitute for meat floss), & everything from pumpkin ramen to fresh tomatoes.


Daily Choize
21, Jalan Radin Bagus 5, Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-9054-4431

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4 comments:

  1. Healthy eating, eh? We do get some of those stuff here but the problem is everything is mighty expensive, the ones here.

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    1. Suituapui: true, the organic and less-processed fare is consistently pricier ... hopefully in the long run, it'll be worth it though ;)

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  2. RM60+ for a chicken is quite steep for me, but I'm usually get organic vegetables too nowadays :)

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, it was quite a large chicken tho, heh ;)

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