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The Hungry Hog

We’ve been discussing about trying out this new place for some time. Then we finally made it last Saturday.

So how was it, you asked?

My verdict: 4.5 / 5.0 points. Very good indeed. 😀

The remaining 0.5 points is for the pork sausages, which I thought was nothing great. It was a bit hard & a far cry from the typical German bratwurst.

Bangers & Mash

We liked the Bacon Spaghetti very much. It’s mixed with chili, making it slightly spicy & tasty. Very nice!

Bacon Pasta

But the one we liked best was the Pork Chop. It wasn’t in the menu but written on the board outside. They had pre-warned us that it will take 20-30 mins to prepare…and usually when that’s the case, it could only mean that this is one dish you shouldn’t miss! And true enough, sink your teeth into the succulent meat and it would make you scream, “More! More! Moreeeeee!!!!” Hahaha! 😛

Pork Chop

The pork chop, I find, was better than the one in Betty’s Midwest Kitchen @ Aman Suria. Betty’s porky was a bit too hard, I thought. This was just nice. And you don’t need to burn your wallet for it, it only goes for RM18.90, and for a pretty big portion too.

We also ordered one of their snacks, Keropork, which was pretty interesting, I must say. You must try it.

The prices here are all very reasonable. Maybe because of the crowd of college students around the area.

You can check out their website for their menu – The Hungry Hog

Address: 71, Jalan SS15/4C, 47500 Subang Jaya (on the same road as Nasi Kandar Pelita)

Tel: 012 – 225 0877

Opening Hours: 12:00 – 2:30pm, 6:00 – 10:00pm (closed on Mondays)

Here is the map to the place:

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