Feb 3, 2013

Hungry Hog @ SS15 Subang Jaya

I don't know where this burger streak is coming from, but I have been going around, gorging a lot of burgers lately.

It started with my Burger lab, then Fatboy's burger and Namoo and the list goes on and I'm still in search of the Best Burger Joint in town.

Hungry Hogs

After going round-and-round the ss15 square for about 10 minutes or so, I finally spotted the Hungry Hogs signboard. Honestly speaking, the signboard looked really dull and boring for a burger joint.

I was there at about 6.30pm and there were only 2 other tables occupied. My friend who havn't been to Hungry Hogs asked me, "Are you sure this place is good? Why is there no one around?". I shrugged. Little did I know, the place was a hustling and bustling state an hour later. So, be there by 6pm if you wanna beat the dinner crowd.

Hungry Hogs has a really simple 2 page menu. Price ranged from Rm4.90 for apetizers to Rm27.90 for a full on set of pork ribs.

There was also a CNY Special at the door step. The Hungry Hogs version of a prosperity burger.

While waiting for my order to arrive, I noticed that the decor was very simple, casual and reminded me of a half-finished garden cafe.

3 Little Pigs. Rm15.90.

Layered between the burger was a pork patty, bacon, ham, cheese, caramelised onions and the standard lettuce and tomato. I opted for the mash potatoes instead of the fries and it came with a standard serving of lettuce.

This is Da Bomb. Even before I started eating, the burger was already emitting a sweet, barbeque aroma, hence, it was really apetizing already. The pork patty was juicy and bursting with flavors though it was slightly on the crumby-er side. On the other hand, the bacon was crispy and just nice.

The mashed potatoes was very original. It tasted like it was mashed from a potato with minimal (or perhaps none) of butter and cream. In fact, it was one of the least MSG laden mashed potatoes I've had. That said, I would think a dash of butter and a sprinkle of salt would do no harm.

The combination works really well. I highly recommend this, one of the best burgers I've had so far.

Prosperity Burger. Rm22.90.

Sandwiched between 2 soft buns was a stack of sweet barbequed pork, pork patty, melted cheese, egg and plum sauce.

The top half of the burger was salty while the bottom half of it was sweet. In between the bbq-ed pork and the bread was a thin layer of margarine. This made the bbq-ed pork even sweeter. All in all, the combination still works for me though a mix of egg and cheese always makes me feel really glutted afterwards.

The Fei Fei.

Overall Rating: 8/10 for the 3 little pigs and prompt service. I would definitely return.

Hungry Hog is located at:
71, Jalan SS15/4C, 47500 Subang Jaya
012 - 225 0877
Opening Hours-12:00-3:00pm, 6:00-10:00pm (closed on Mondays)


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