Mar 26, 2013

Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf @ Bangsar - Not Lovin' This

I think I'm starting to lose my horse appetite. I used to be able to scoff at literally everything but lately, I tend to get extremely stuffed even before desserts are served - go figure.

Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf

Catchy name aside, if you are a pork lover, this write up is for you.

As the name suggest, pork is served in practically every dish available in this restaurant. Cuisine wise, it's really a cross between being typically western with a tinge of everything else.

Conveniently located at the side of the entrance into Bangsar Village I, you can also access this restaurant via the back entrance from Village Grocer. Parking comes rare - not a surprise in the Telawi strip nonetheless.

Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf exude a modern and contemporary interior yet not foregoing the ease of comfort and cosy familiarity.

It was about 4pm when they decided to unveiled the hidden room - imagine the Ooh and the Aah that came with it. An exposée of an amazing array of liquor, wine, champagne and the lots.  

I couldn't help but felt literally in awe - not on the quality but rather, the quantity of liquor that was in storage. Totally worth a sneak peak.

Orders were prompt to arrive.

Mushroom Soup. Rm15.00.

The mushroom soup was thick and creamy - too big a portion for starters but just nice for sharing. I thought the it was a little too oily towards the end nonetheless.

I'm So Hungry I Could Eat A Wolf. Rm28.00.

This is a killer! It amazes me on the reaction that one beholds, merely based on presentation. This dish of big breakfast looked mouthwatering and immensely appetizing even before I could poked a fork through.

The breakfast looked fresh, bright and beautiful, the bacon and pork sausage was savory and chewy, the hashbrown especially crunchy, the mushroom sauteed just right.

Alien Invasion Pasta. Rm26.00.

I was expecting a bit more to the dish than just pork sausages and button mushrooms. That said, the pasta was cooked al dente.

The Wolf's Favourite Pasta. Rm28.00.

Being one of the restaurant's favorite pasta dish of all time, this creamy speghetti with pork bacon topped with a cleverly designed, poached egg and crispy bacon was really good. Unlike most pasta dishes which leaves an oily residue on your lips after, this version was cooked just right - not too oily with the right amount of flavors. 

Baked Chicken Mushroom Penne. Rm28.00.

This dish made it to my list of favorites  for the day. The combination of tender chicken chunks, button mushrooms and chewy pork bacon bits made up a perfectly conconcted pasta baked. Not forgetting the gooey layer of melted mozarella cheese on top -  it was simply delectable. I would recommend this.

Mighty Piggy Burger. Rm24.00.

Looks good you say? The Mighty burger was quite a letdown - the only dish amongst all that was left unfinished. The pork patty had too much fat content in it - giving the burger an unnatural fatty aftertaste. To top that of, the fries was way overcooked and yellow, like it has been sitting on the plate for quite awhile. And the mayo - oh mayo - just too much. I do not recommend this to anyone.

Cafe Latte. Rm8.00.

Iced Mocha & Iced Chocolate. Rm11 each (add Ice cream Rm2.00).

Also one of my favorites of the day was the Iced Chocolate. I opted for an additional scoop of vanilla ice cream to come with it - it was a good choice. I resisted the overwhelming urge to lick the remaining of the glass and instead clean up the glass, not letting any chocolate go to waste.

Rum and Raisin Cheesecake. Rm14.00.

Unlike most rum and raisin cakes which doesn't have a distinct rum flavor, this cheesecake surprisingly does! Though it did tasted a little like frozen cheesecake, where the biscuit base was no longer crunchy and the cheesecake a tad too moist. 

It was raining cats and dogs towards the end of my hearty meal - perfect timing to hit the lazy couch for some camwhoring session.

Full Menu available Here.

Overall Rating: 7/10. I figured the food was passable and may come back for more baked pasta; perhaps to try out some other dishes and definitely another dose of iced chocolate.

Address: G1A, Ground Floor, Bangsar Village, No. 1, Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Phone: 03-2283 2270
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily

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