Food guide of porky restaurant at Klang Valley:-
2) Andes BYO
4) Belly Good
6) Hungry Hog
8 ) Cristang
10) Ninja Joe
Quite a long list but the journey to hunt for more will never stop! You can definitely count on me! Here we come the 11th!
J Tean Kitchen, bring you the tasty and innovative porky dish!
Being my fist visit, I was impressed by the spick an span interior. Adopted a elegant bright white theme with array of oriental-designed furniture, from a mix of antique opium beds, drum tables & stools and lantern-like hanging lamps. The glass wall on one side of the restaurant allowing plenty of natural light to flood in.
The drum tables~
I love the alfresco balcony with opium beds seating but the scorching weather…. Forget it
Citron Tea – Hot (RM 2.80+)
J-Pumpkin Soup (RM 4.90+)
The bowl was covered with a layer of puff pastry; teared open and enjoyed the hot creamy soup. Laden with enoki & shiitake mushroom which I thought was quite a weird combination and the soup was slightly too bland to my liking.
Braised Pork with Bun (RM 7.90+)
J-Pork Burger (RM 7.90+)
The house-made pork patty was firm and well-marinated with decent thickness. The price definitely a steal as the burger also serve with potato wedges.
Melaka Rainbow Dessert (RM 4.90+)
A soupy dessert of palm sugar, water chestnut and tiny sago pearls.
Although J Tean is well known for its fusion Bak Kut Teh but after read a few bloggers’ feed backs, I don’t bother to try because I still prefer my traditional Bak Kut Teh But I will go back for their J-Porky Bun which received good comments and of course more pork burger!
G-58, Ground Floor
No. 40, Jalan SS2/72
47300 Petaling Jaya.
Opens: Daily 10.00am-10.00pm