Three Plates Full, SS15 Subang Jaya
Updated: Mar 25, 2021
It’s been a while since we ventured out to try new places with the whole pandemic situation. But it is nice to see that Three Plates Full has not let this stop them from opening up in SS15 Subang Jaya.
This stylish new eatery embodies the definition of industrial chic and it opens its doors to the public on Saturday, 27 March 2021.
From delicious brunch dishes such as their deep fried poached egg (RM25) which comes with a thick slice of bacon and foccacia with a side of Asian slaw, to their Asian rice bowls like this Teriyaki Beef Bowl (RM36), the extensive menu boasts something for everyone.
Their small plates/side dishes are also something to shout about. Our favourites for the night were the truffle tater tots (RM16), prawn toast (RM18), baked broccoli (RM17), potato gratin (RM12) and Mac & Cheese (RM19).
The prawn toast was so delicious and it was hands down one of the best we’ve tried in Malaysia to date. This dish is one of their more popular dishes and is a must-try.
If you are a huge fan of potatoes, you will certainly appreciate the potato gratin which was cooked to perfection - soft to the bite and superbly creamy.
The baked broccoli was a delight to have as it was crunchy and well seasoned. We enjoyed this dish very much.
We were told the tater tots was one of the top ”most ordered dish” and we can attest to its popularity since we ordered TWO portions and scarfed it down!
Mac and cheese fans will find comfort in this dish. Light in flavour but dense with cheese, the dish will leave you wanting more.
One of the first main dishes we tried was the iberico baby back ribs (RM68). The meat is cooked with Szechuan peppercorn oil, giving it a minty aftertaste that lingers in your mouth. We loved how the meat for this dish just fell off the bone and was so well-seasoned.
Pork lovers who enjoy clean, straightforward flavours will find solace in the pork ribeye (RM41). Enjoy this massive 450gram meat galore that is cooked to perfection and served with a side of mustard if you want to add a little tang to the dish.
For those who prefer beef, the beef striploin (RM69) is a decent option. Though a little under seasoned for my liking, it did come with a side of sea salt for me to add on. I personally enjoy my steaks closer to rare/medium rare, while this was bordering on medium well.
Surprisingly to us, the star of the night had to be the fried chicken (RM22 for 3 pieces, RM38 for 6 pieces). I completely recommend getting 6 pieces - you won’t regret it. This moreish dish is the perfect meal to have if you’re drinking. But even if you aren’t, the crispy batter and juicy chicken meat will have you begging for more.
Overall, our first experience at Three Plates Full was a satisfactory one. We enjoyed our meal immensely and we hope to be back again soon in the near future to try out their other offerings.
Three Plates Full
57, Jalan SS15/4E, Subang Jaya
Open Tues-Sun from 11AM-10PM
Closed on Mondays