Of late there have been a growing trend for burgers, but at Bear Paw Restaurant located at 25, Jalan PJU 5/9 Kota Damansara Petaling Jaya, which serves a Chinese style burger with its based using the Man Tou. Bear Paw originate from Taiwan, it has a different Chinese Burger style which uses stewed pork as the filing as compared to Bear Paw which uses Fried Chicken patties much like McDonalds McChicken.
At Bear Paw, the concept is similar to SUBWAY where you can CHOOSE BUN, CHOOSE PATTY, CHOOSE SAUCE. Here, there are 3 choice of bun that is Milk, Brown Sugar and Whole Wheat. The milk bun taste very much like the Man Tau which have a bear paw imprints. I prefer the Brown Sugar which blended well with the Chicken Patties.
Here the customer have a choice of filling i.e. Chicken, Spicy Chicken, Fish, Ham and Squid (unfortunately we did not get to taste this as it is a new item and will be available soon. After that, you will need to choose the sauces which are Chilli, Thousand Island, Thai, Honey Mustard, Tartar or Teriyaki. Besides the choice of Bun, you can also opt for white rice instead.
We ordered a couple of drinks from the menu which are fresh fruit tea series i.e. Passion Fruit Green Tea, Brown rice Tea, Mint Soda Sparkling drink and Yakult series. For me the stand up drink was the Mango and Lemon Yakult.
Our first bun of the day is Brown Sugar with Spicy Fried Chicken and Honey Mustard sauce. The brown sugar bun was very soft and have tinge of sweetness that blended well with the crispy spicy fried chicken which was quite chunky and quite a good mixture with the Honey mustard sauce.
Next comes the Milk Bun with Ham and Thousand Island sauce. The sauce was quite flat and did not mix too well with the Ham and the Bun much like just a Ham sandwich.
Our third bun to come on the table was the Whole Wheat bun with Fried Chicken with Teriyaki sauce. The Teriyaki sauce which have a tinge of sweetish taste was also quite a combination. Normally Teriyaki sauce will blend well with the BBQ Chicken, but here with Fried Chicken, it was not a bad combination either. The whole wheat bun was also quite soft and fluffy (not one that I expect from whole wheat which tends to be on the harder side.
Next on the table is the Pumpkin Bun ( not on menu yet) with Fish and Tartar sauce. I find the fish patties a little too soft and the batter is quite thick. It also does not have the taste of fish and once you bite into it, it sort of break off leaving on the crisp batter and the bun.