Fun fusion fare, bringing together Malaysian and Japanese flourishes: March Azalea’s rice bowl is a should-try, with the warm, creamy rice blanketed in a medley of mildly spicy prawn sambal, petai, sweet-salty pork floss, cucumbers and a ravishingly runny egg – it may sound like a mess of flavours and textures, but it’s a beautiful one, with a delicious interplay of dynamics and dimensions (RM13.80). The chicken chop is also prepared fresh to order, its crunchy bite yielding to a juicy chew, slathered in thick Japanese curry sauce and complemented with corn on the cob, broccoli and mashed potatoes for a fulfilling meal (RM18.80).

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Location & Details

Address: 40, Jalan Awan Hijau, Taman Overseas Union, 58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Hours: Kitchen opens for lunch & dinner, Wed-Mon.
Tel: +603-7972-7330
Find: View directory for March Azalea Kitchen here. 

15 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Ai Kim April 2, 2017 Subscriber

    Aires Oh sambal petai prawns

  2. Zijill Tan April 2, 2017 Subscriber

    Joey Chong you may like this too

  3. Lullaby Hui Ling March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    Amanda Mok

    • Amanda Mok March 28, 2017 Subscriber

      Hahaha the person commented before u macam din have a good experience wor

  4. Puiyi Wpy March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    Esther Liew

  5. Janecy Wong March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    Gan Ler Wei you wanna try this one?

  6. Kee Pei Qi March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    Hong Wei

  7. Chris Tang March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    I just went to try this today,
    The food so so only. Portion too small.
    Hot rose milk don’t have rose taste, just put some rose petal then called rose milk ‍♀️ and the waiter told me smell the rose petal then feel like rose milk.
    Argh, at least some honey to bring out the tasteless milk

  8. Katie Chong March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    Joey Goh

  9. Jess Tan March 27, 2017 Subscriber

    Wanna try this Joyce Tan

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