Sector 7, Setiawalk Puchong

Best drink, after a long day at work

Located next to The Beer Factory in Puchong, Sector 7 has the potential of being my favourite hangout place now that Chef Max (formerly from Leonardo’s) is heading the kitchen. Inspired by alien civilization, Sector 7’s décor is sleek and modern with blue laser lights to mimic the spaceship feel.

Check out the specially designed Kronenbourg 1664 logo!

Scallop Bites

Crisp bacon, sweet scallop

Forget pigs in a blanket; Scallop Bites (RM25) is definitely a better taste teaser. Chef Max’s version features juicy, pan seared salad wrapped with crisp bacon and a side of lychee, mesclun salad with mint vinaigrette. The lychee and scallop had a lovely symmetry of taste and texture, and I was on a roll for more!

Char Siew Pizza

Porky goodness

Another good starter was the Char Siew Pizza (RM28), a composition of roasted char siew pieces, mozzarella and wild rocket. This was a tastier version of Kisatten’s char siew pizza as the balance of sweet and savoury was just right.

Saffron Angel Hair

The Saffron Angel Hair (RM26) was another triumph from Chef Max’s kitchen. Perfectly al dente, the thin pasta was tossed with copious amount of garlic, chilli, bacon, mushrooms and tomatoes, and finished off with a douse of white wine. The outcome? A light yet richly flavoured bowl of pasta that leaves you begging for seconds.

Mine...all mine!!

Marinated Pork Chop

Marinated Pork Chop (RM28) is said to be one of the top dishes to order at Sector 7, but I disagree. Granted portion was generous and the pork was well marinated with herbs and spices, it was still not as good as Chef Max’s crispy pork knuckle. By the way, the latter will be available at Sector 7 fairly soon so look out for it.

Sang Har Yee Mee

The Sang Har Yee Mee (RM28) retained a slight crisp around the edges, despite it swimming in egg gravy. I was glad to find the prawn fresh and relatively sweet, as my last sang har mee experience was a disappointment (and rip-off). While it’s not the best sang har noodles I’ve eaten, it is definitely one of the better ones around.

Crisp noodles, succulent prawn

Chocolate Lava Cake

No meal from Chef Max is complete without the Chocolate Lava (RM32). Portion is large enough for 2 or even 3 pax and the crusty exterior gave way to a rich, molten centre just with a prod from my spoon. This is almost as delightful as the other kind of spooning I like to do. ;)

Gooey goodness!

There’s definitely a lot of potential in Sector 7 (and The Beer Factory), especially since my two favourite people form Leonardo’s – Chef Max and Barry – are managing the place now. Time to bring the makan gang over to Puchong, since the pork knuckle and pasta at our favourite place is no longer as good since Max left.

Gearing up for Battleshots!

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Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 7/10 (non-halal)
Verdict: A bit further from where I live, but for good food and reasonably priced beer, I’m willing to brave two tolls!

Sector 7
(next to The Beer Factory)
Block B,
Setiawalk,
Persiaran Wawasan,
Pusat Bandar Puchong,
47160 Puchong.
Facebook page: facebook.com/sector7seven

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Comments

  1. Loving the Saffron Angel Hair and the Lava Cake :)

    The Scallop Bites is pretty reasonably-priced…as for the Char Siew Pizza…throw in a onsen-style runny egg at the center and I m all egg…oops I meant ears =)

  2. Hi there! can you kindly recommend some places that are suitable for bday parties? my 21st bday is just around the corner and have no idea at all where to celebrate D: this kinda makes me desperate. hope that you will have some ideas! :D

    hope to hear from you soon! :D

  3. May i know whats the blue laser tower drink name is? I been once and i cant get to order that.

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