Peko Peko Delivery in Kuala Lumpur

Peko Peko Delivery in Kuala Lumpur

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You can now find foodpanda offering Peko Peko delivery in Kuala Lumpur! Peko Peko means famished in Japanese, and it combats cravings for Japanese fare with a full-fleshed spectrum of crowd favourites. Peko Peko is a hot new contemporary restaurant found in TTDI, and it has a lot to serve you. If you happen to crave for some delicious Japanese meals, do drop by this place. Affordable and definitely worthy!  

1.Guilty-indulgence snacks

You should try their deep-fried genre that includes battered chicken skin that is simply crunchy. Make a weekend a cheat day for you and treat yourself some worthy dishes. Also, get your hands on the soft-shell crab with onsen tamago with a runny-yolked dip shrimp and many more. You will keep wanting more. We promise you that!

2. Sushi share

This place serves one of the best sushis in town. Get your hands on the ball-shaped temari topped with tuna, salmon, shrimp, surf clam and yellowtail. They cost only RM28. Also, try their maki that comes with lightly torched salmon, kura and mentaiko sauce.

3. Chirashi big bowl

This dish is the winner of Peko Peko. Blanketed in thick slices of seafood will get all your Japanese food cravings done in a bowl. As you enter the restaurant, you will see that most tables have it. So, if you don’t try it, don’t be sorry for yourself.

Peko Peko Delivery

Peko Peko is undoubtedly the place to be if you want to try out a new Japanese restaurant in KL. So, plan out with your friends and get yourselves here for a tasty dinner treat! If you are lazy to head out, you can always have foodpanda to deliver your food right at your doorstep. 

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Peko Peko TTDI
1-2, Greens Terrace, Jalan Wan Kadir 3, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur.


Mon-Sat, 12pm-230pm, 5pm-12am.

Article Written By Anna

Anna is an absolute foodie, and lives by the motto that food is happiness. She is a writer by day and a gamer by night. She believes that good food comes from all over and is constantly amazed by the passion and dedication it takes to make food that warms the soul.

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