Calling for pork! And yes we love it!
After S. Wine, this could be another “pork” place you should check out around this area.
Ante Kitchen & Bar
With The Berry-licious Stories
Pockets turn dry and couldn’t afford a lavish western meal at the end of the month, especially the month with so many celebration and events to attend; let’s go for a simple and economy one.
Sweeds Café is the new face that popped up around Taman Billion (an area I would call it as economy steak house area); a casual dining café, serving the mouth watering dishes with the fuse of Western and Asian flavours. Their specialty would be their homemade sauces, namely white sauce, brandy sauce, garlic sauce and escargot sauce. Contunue Reading
That’s how this café presented itself; coated in a purplish hue, and furnished with a touch of black woods and black-and-white family photos on the wall. The whole combination was classy and vintage-y. Contunue Reading
Bonjour – Konichiwa!!!
This is where you should twist your tongue into their “language”. Contunue Reading
Old-school decors Contunue Reading
is something I love having during the weekend. With a bunch of crazy friend, enjoy a great cuppa with some savouries as well as desserts; and chit-chatting over the table for the whole morning… till late.
and for this round, the ideal brunch place would be… Contunue Reading
Where for dinner with a breathtaking view in Putrajaya, overlooking the pretty-looking lighted up bridge?!
How about Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside this round?! Contunue Reading
They are the legends, aren’t they?
Among the neighbourhood bars, d Legends Bar is the one that top my list. My previous experience in d Legends Bar was a great one! Love their thick and juicy pork burger, lovely finger bits to munch on along with the alcoholic beverages. And now, they are launching their new menu, with more lip smacking good food listed in, especially the porky dishes! Yay!!!
Thanks to Hans for the arrangement!
Pork Satay (RM 24)
Pork satay here is something not to be missed. Fat, plump and juicy pork satay!
Marinated with lots of herbs and spices that give an extraordinary kick to the porky satay; I find it quite similar to the XinJiang grilled lamb satay I had in ShenZhen years ago, exotic! You could have it just like that or go with their very fragrant chilli peanut sauce; which is a remix of Malaysian and Indonesian flavours; and a side salad. Contunue Reading