Bored of the usual local food fare? Why not try something different. Say, something Peruvian, perhaps? Not sure where you can find Peruvian cuisine in Malaysia? Well, here’s one: Brasaria. Located at Jaya One, Petaling Jaya, Brasaria offers a variety of mouthwatering Peruvian food on their menu.

 photo IMG_9463_zpsgv017t8h.jpg

I had an opportunity to dine at Brasaria recently and here’s sharing with you some of the items that my family and I tried from the menu:

 photo IMG_9449_zpspyylmjr0.jpg

Pollo a la Brasa, a delicious pit roasted chicken that has come to be synonymous with Peruvian food worldwide. This chicken dish are marinated overnight in a blend of spices and then turned gently over a live fire. Available in three different sizes: El Nino, El Gordo and El Jefe, diners can choose between quarter, half or a whole chicken. Served with the signature Brasaria Aji sauce.

 photo IMG_9388_zpsu5gg5irp.jpg

Brasaria Rice. This is Peruvian yellow rice with raisins. Not too bad. It was quite flavourful, even eaten on its own.

 photo IMG_9392_zpspihx30lb.jpg

Pesto Spaghetti I didn’t managed to have a taste of this. My wife finished this off before I could touch the plate. Picky eater as she is, I guess this must have tasted good.

 photo IMG_9427_zpsjs69tww0.jpg

El Sánguche is a sandwich dish where pulled roasted chicken is wrapped in a Ciabatta bun and served with a side of cassava chips. A fuss free meal. Great for those who are in a rush.

 photo IMG_9412_zps9467sadv.jpg

Elote This simple corn on cob dish is very flavourful and highly addictive.

 photo IMG_9432_zpswwvvvf6g.jpg

Latin Trio is simply roasted sweet potatoes, plantain and pineapples. Very filling dish and contains lotsa fibre.

 photo IMG_9453_zpsiwmgzmws.jpg

Salchipapas. Deep fried french fries with slices of chicken frankfurters served with a dipping sauce of your choice.

 photo IMG_9402_zpscof8j8l1.jpg

El Pollo Pie Roasted chicken pie served with a side of salad. This was to die for and another one of those dish that’s on my must order list at Brasaria.

 photo 20170611_204156_zpsue3idhhe.jpg

Tres Leches Cake was our dessert. It was ab airy sponge cake soaked with a mixture of three kinds of milks: evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and heavy cream. 

Overall the dining experience over here is pleasant. Would I give this place a revisit? Yes, definitely. And I will be sure to order more El Pollo Pie next time around.

Note to my readers: Show this blog post while dining at Brasaria and say the password “POLLO ALA BRASA” and you will be entitled to a 15% discount off from your bills. However, this cannot be used with other promotions or discounts. 

For more information on the restaurant, please refer to the information below:

Address: D-59-G, Block D, Jaya One, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Hours: Daily, 11.30am-9pm.
Tel: +603-7627-4626

Facebook :
Instagram :