We were served with Pork Satay. Priced at RM24, this bar bite was served with their home made chili peanut sauce and side salad. It was remarkably good, one of the best pork satays we have tasted so far. They placed special emphasis into making the satay itself flavourful and they were proven successful. Different from usual Malaysian satays, D Legends’ meat was thicker and it was fragrant and bursting with spices and flavours, it was so good that it can be eaten on its own!
Our second dish was the Golden Prawns priced at RM18. The prawns were dipped in batter, rolled in coconut and crumbs and deep fried until golden brown. The prawns were nice to snack on, paired with their pineapple chili padi chutney, it was flawless.
Next up was a dish not so common in Malaysia – Churros, more commonly known by the Malaysians as Spanish Yao Char Kway. Priced at RM16, these deep fried Spanish skinny doughnuts were dusted with cinnamon sugar and served with thick hot chocolate sauce. Although we have sampled better, we have to admit that their version was unique and the hot chocolate sauce was seriously addictive. A plus point would be that their Churros were not too oily too!
We were fortunate to sample Heaven is Pork Pizza. Priced at RM28, this 10 inches kitchen made thin crust pizza was made with a special masala recipe from India. It was generously topped with chicken strips, trio of capsicum, onion rings, cheddar, mozzarella and crumbled feta cheese. The grilled pork pizza was juicy and bursting with natural flavours, very cheesy and extremely delicious! We highly recommend all to try this out!
We also tried their Kickin’ Ancho Chili Chicken which was priced at RM22. The Acho chili seasoned chicken breast topped with chicken ham, BBQ sauce and melted mozzarella cheese was served with creamy mash, gravy and a dressed salad. The chicken portion was huge and it was cheesy and juicy, it was good until the last bite, we love this dish a lot too!
This was the Fried Parmesan Chicken Sandwich. Priced at RM22, this crispy chicken fillet was served with their very own buttery light brioche bun, spicy tomato pesto, wild rocket and ground parmesan. The serving came with fries and chili sauce. The size of the sandwich was huge and the chicken was thick and moist with flavours. Definitely worth a try!
Priced at RM22, the Cuban Pulled Pork Quesadillas did not fail to impress us also. The flour tortilla was stuff with tender pork shoulder, caramelised onions, melted cheese and it was served with salsa and sour cream. Similar to some of the food above, the quesadillas were juicy and cheesy, a very nice snack to go along with beer!
Do check this place out if you love meat and pork, their food is reasonably priced and the taste is great! Other than that, they started offering set lunches now from 11am to 3pm. You’ll be able to get one free soft drink and fruit with the purchase of any mains, pasta or pizza. For more information, do check out their Facebook page!
24, Ground Floor
Jalan Datuk Sulaiman
Taman Tun Dr. Ismail
60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-7725 6270