Monday, December 17, 2012

3 Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf

We were scratching our heads thinking of the next place to check out for the upcoming December babies birthday celebration. And we wanted something different rather than the usual cafes or restaurants. After all, December has always been a special month for a lot of people. 3 Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf came to mind because we love our pork.

The name of the restaurant brings back fond memories of our childhood and it's located at a safe area. To be exact, they took over Country Farm Organics old lot at Bangsar Village. For those who are not sure where, it's the same floor as Nando's, Starbucks, Plan b and the Village Grocer. To get there, you either enter the restaurant from the open space carpark from the Village Grocer or walk into the supermarket, locate the egg section, there's a small opening on the left. But first, you'll have to pass by Hiestand Bakery and you'll see a "No Passing Through" sign.

Why is the restaurant called "3 Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf ? This is a restaurant with 2 personality. During the day, it's called 3 Little Pigs and they serve brunch. When nightfalls, it's known as the Big Bad Wolf and they have a more extensive menu with wines.


You will see this if you enter from the Village Grocer.

Wines on display.

One part of the dining area.

Garlic Roast Pork. Yummeh!

Pork Drumsticks. Fried minced pork on a lemongrass.

Caesar Salad.

Ms TEL's The Wolf's Favourite Pasta. Hence the bacon bits.

Mr LSY's Grilled Pork Pesto Pasta. So far, the most handsome looking pasta on camera.

Mr KB's Roast Pork Fried Rice. According to Mr KB, it's a tad oily. Could be the fats from the roast pork plus the oil used for frying the rice. The use japanese rice and it's a good sign because it is tastier. And good control of water used to cook the rice.

Mr Hubs' Green with Envy. Basically this is green curry pork served with rice.

My order of Alien Invasion. Spaghettini served with pork sausages and mushrooms. I ordered this because I like the name of the dish.

Shepherd's Pie. Shared among Ms CAV and Ms FN.

The overall verdict is that the food is good. For the healthy eating people, you might not enjoy it. There are variety of other meat dishes as well but pork champions the menu. After all this is a pork friendly restaurant. If it's not your cup of tea, perhaps you might want to venture elsewhere.

Lot G1A, Ground Floor,
Bangsar Village,
No.1, Jalan Telawi Satu,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2283 2270

Operation Hours :
Pigs: 10am - 6pm
Wolf: 6pm - 10pm


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