We really pigged out that night. What do I mean by pigged out? Let me show you!
Partner in crime: Tery Pork Cafe
Nestled at the quiet part of Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, one of the renowned food haven at Klang Valley. Tery Pork Cafe opened its door since early 2012 mainly serving pork dishes with very interesting concept of using Japanese marinades, Chinese cooking techniques and Western presentation.
Freshly Green Salad with Sliced Pork Streaky (RM 10.90)
Kick started with the refreshing salad with a twist! Fresh and crisp greens dressed with an option of Goma or Balsamic Vinaigrette, we went for the former and it gave a pleasant nutty flavor to the greens. Addition of the scrumptious bacon strips definitely the “highlight” of this salad
Baby Back Ribs (RM 38.00)
Served on a bed of mashed potato, the baby back ribs was tender but till had a good bite in the meat. The savory gravy complemented well with the ribs which had subtle smoky.
West East Sausages with Streaky Platter (RM 25.00)
Consisted of 2 Western sausages and 1 Asian sausage hence the name West East Sausages Both Western sausages tasted slightly salty with one a bit more peppery while the smaller size Thai sausage was sweet which is definitely not my preference. The accompanying mashed potato also well executed with chunky bits in it.
Pork Shoulder Steak (RM 25.00)
For those who prefer lean meat the pork shoulder steak will be your perfect choice with only a strip of fat at the edge.
Pork Meatball Spaghetti (RM 12.90)
Not a fan of tomato sauce pasta but I enjoyed the firm and moist meat balls.
Ramen with Braised Pork Rib and Bacon (RM 13.90)
The pork rib meticulously wrapped with bacon; flavors were thrilling and has gotten us really ecstatic and really livened up the mere generic ramen and braised egg.
Ramen Braised Pork Shoulder Meat (RM 10.90)
This was equally tantalizing too but far from being impressive due to the previous pork ribs was too outstanding.
Green Curry Pork Shoulder Ramen (RM 9.90)
Creamy and aromatic from the variety of spices and herbs chocked full with pork shoulder, beancurd puffs, fried egg and baby bok choy.
Spaghetti with Pork Sweet Sausages (RM 10.90)
The flavors of the aglio-olio style spaghetti was light and showcase the sweet Thai sausage throughly. Again this was not my cup of tea, in my thought sausages should taste savory, no faults on this but just simply not to my preferential taste and others seem like enjoyed it tremendously.
Stone Bowl of Salted Fish and Belly Rice (RM 9.90)
Have a good stir to mix up all the ingredients in the bowl.
Stone Bowl of Salted Fish and Belly Rice
Stone Bowl of Ginger Sausage Rice (RM 9.90)
For both staple food of Korean style stone bowl rice the earlier salted fish version outshone the latter by miles. The aroma of the salted fish was mind-blowing especially when the mixing process, the smell just “attack” and made us drooling over it ~ XD
While others were enjoying the crusty rice at the bottom of the bowl I found myself gobbled down the fluffy rice coated with luscious egg bits, pork belly, spring onions and salted fish.
The owner was kind enough to prepare a molten lava cake for my little birthday celebration although the cafe does not offer any dessert.
The cafe offer an extensive menu of beverages from ice blended, fruit tea, brewed coffee and etc.
Simple and no-frills dining area on downstairs.
With totally different ambiance on the second floor with private room to host party which can accommodate minimum of 20 pax, equipped with karaoke system and PlayStation video game.
We went home with bloated stomach full with porcine goodness, oink oink~~
Tel: +603-9226 0216
Operation Hours : 10am – 10pm