Andes BYO Western Restaurant Aman Suria Relaunched

So I've heard that one of the first pork burger outlet which I had the chance to savour their fare was relaunched after some renovation works and change of management recently. Invited to their soft launch, where it is now run by new owners who took over the management of Andes BYO Aman Suria. A new look, a new year, so how is the food now? Read on below on my take of the food. 


My favourite dish at the re-launched Andes BYO Aman Suria
My favourite dish, the Pigs in Blanket dish (RM14.90) at the re-launched Andes BYO Aman Suria


Andes BYO
Address: (Same row as Cha Cha Pan Mee)
K-G-11, Jalan PJU1/43
Aman Suria, 
47301 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
 
 
The interior decor have been changed to incorporate a more modern dining concept
The interior decor have been changed to incorporate a more modern dining concept
From the previous more home-styled decor, the new Andes BYO now incorporates a more open dining concept
From the previous more home-styled decor, the new Andes BYO now incorporates a more open dining concept

 
The food served  were a bit different from what I had previously (Andes BYO Aman Suria ), and from what I hear, they are still finalizing the final menu. As of now, do check out what we had that evening, beginning with the Pigs in Blanket dish shown in the first photo above, one which I really like, a lot. Probably it was due to the combination of pork sausages wrapped in crispy bacon, but I couldn't get enough of these crispy, savoury appetizer.


#2 Mushroom Soup
#2 Mushroom Soup

Now I've always liked my Mushroom Soup served thick, and here at the newly launched Andes BYO, they serve really thick mushroom soup. By really thick, I mean you could actually taste these chunks of mushrooms inside, and literally 'eat the soup', so to say. The downside of this is that the soup was a tad too salty for my liking. Feedbacks were given, and hopefully the new iteration of this mushroom soup would retain the chunky feel, minus the saltiness. 


#3 Porky Fries - RM11.90
#3 Porky Fries - RM11.90


The Porky Fries were served next, a side dish or so called appetizer to whet our appetite for the mains to come. I've always liked this snack, where I had something almost similar to this in a couple of bars and restaurants before. It was basically ham, deep fried to a crisp, served on a plate. I could feast on this alone, never needing anything else until my stomach got bloated. 


#4 Signature Andes Pork Burger - RM16.90
#4 Signature Andes Pork Burger - RM16.90
Check out the cheese oozing out from the centre of the pork patty
Check out the cheese oozing out from the centre of the pork patty

It was a really good thing that the new management decided to retain Andes Byo's original signature Pork Burgers, as I felt it was good the last time. This time around, served in almost similar fashion, with very thick pork patties, with fries and veggies on the side, the burger was good. I like the fact the patties retained its juiciness without being too dry, coupled with some fried onions on the top, this would be one dish I will order again the next time I come back. The buns however weren't up to mark, being rather flat and cold.


#5 Lamb Chop - RM22.90
#5 Lamb Chop - RM22.90


Always a fan of Lamb Chops, I ordered it off their menu to try it out. The lamb chop itself was pretty standard, but it's the sauce that was what took me by surprise. It had a certain sourish taste to it, probably due to some lime or one of the ingredients, and didn't really go down well with me. I would have preferred my lamb chops being doused in more conventional sauces, probably brown sauce, black pepper sauce or the likes. 


#6 Rosemary Grilled Chicken - RM17.90
#6 Rosemary Grilled Chicken - RM17.90

The Rosemary Grilled Chicken looked really nice when it was being served. Unfortunately, probably due to the business and all, it was slightly undercooked the first time around. A quick return to the kitchen, and we had a perfectly grilled chicken served out. I like the part where the herbs were used to grill the chicken, as well as the fact that soft tender chicken thighs were used for the dish. Tender, tasty, with lots of flavour, it was a pretty good dish. 


#7 Aglio E Olio - RM14.90
#7 Aglio E Olio - RM14.90

I must say, I was a tad disappointed with the spaghetti dish, in my case the Aglio E Olio, spaghetti tossed with garlic infused olive oil and bacon bits. The spaghetti was a bit too watery and wet, with a bit too much spiciness for comfort. Again feedbacks were given on this dish, and hopefully when the grand launch comes about, they would have improved on the pasta dishes. 

Overall, it was basically a new experience for me, as the newly relaunched Andes BYO Aman Suria was so different, yet still the same in some ways. Do drop by for some nice western fare should you be in the vicinity.


4 comments :

  1. Porky fries @.@" Wow, that thick slab of patty with cheeze oozing out looks awesome!

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  2. Ooooo.....those pigs in a blanket! I want!!!!! I want!!!!!

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  3. the pork burger really make me drool :D

    Heaven Knows

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  4. I love their pork burger.

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