24 December 2017

YnZ invited us to try out some dishes at Gokako Restaurant. It is located in Paradigm Mall, Johor Bahru. The word “Gokako” made me wondered. What does it mean? What language is that? The friendly waiter explained to us

Go – Goreng from Malay language
Ka – Kao (烤) from Mandarin language
Ko – Koli from Indian language

We tried Combo Set D (for 2 pax). This set costs RM39.90.

PIneapple carrot green tea

Soury pineapple and carrot juice to refresh your day.

Rose & pomegranate juice

Nacili Pizza Bits of pineapple, green pepper, red pepper, yellow pepper, chicken on thin pizza crust covered with cheeses. I enjoy the soury pineapple and crispy thin pizza crust texture.

Na – Nanas from Malay language
Ci – AnnaCi from Indian language
Li – HuangLi(黄梨) from Mandarin language

Honey Fried Chicken Tender fried chicken meat coated with honey are very suitable to eat with briyani rice

Gokako Signatue Chicken Burger

The chicken meat is marinated with herb before deep fried. It is tender and juicy. The best part of all is the chicken patty is placed between wholemeal burger bun. A truly well balnced meal with salad in it.


LerLer’s Reviews:

Halal? : HALAL

Vegetarian-Friendly: 30%

Family Friendly: 70%
Tax?: 6%
Service Charge? : Yes
Service: 8/10
Delicious: 7 /10
Parking: 6/10

Gokako Malaysia

Gokako Malaysia
Lot 4F-49, Level 4, Paradigm Mall,
Taman Bukit Mewah,
81200 Johor Bahru,
Tel: +607-232-3114

Operating Hour:
Monday to Sunday 10:30am – 10:00pm

Google map:https://goo.gl/maps/w8jPUPLgpA82

Image Credit: Gokako Malaysia

StayTune for Gokako Malaysia grand opening on 3 February 2017.

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