This Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf is a little over ratted if you ask me. Don’t get me wrong, I thought the food was good. And I recommend a decent meal there to anyone who asked me. For first timer, don’t expect anything too fantastic just because it is the highly rated ‘talk about’ place in Bangsar. There are many that are decent and relatively as good as this one if you ask me.
The interior and the layout of the restaurant is super welcoming and comfortable. The staffs perform well but note that English might not be the first language for some of them so try not to request more than two things in a row. The third might never arrive to your table without having to remind them again.
The name of the restaurant and dishes on the menu is creatively interesting, memorable and one would find this signature on the board pretty hardcore and lovely at the same time.
The food choices are decent and the chef recommended dishes fairly prevails to easily satisfy anybody at anytime of the day. Breakfast is served all day long, but I don’t think there is anything too fantastic with this big breakfast set as there are obviously better ones around.
The sausage is probably one of the most delicious item on this dish. Definitely something to look forward to. This is called I’m so Hungry I could eat a wolf. Cute eh? The breakfast platter here doesn’t come with any juices or coffee and it sells at RM 28 each.
The Mighty Piggy Burger sells at RM 24 which I thought was another fair dish. With juicy pork patty, cheddar, tomatoes, greens, mayo and fried egg, you can put this up to competition with any of the burger joints currently proliferating in town.
The Smoked Salmon Salad is something really interesting due to their dressing. Selling at a fair price of RM 24, there is a big pile of young rocket, onions, cherry tomatoes, tossed in this amazing homemade raspberry vinaigrette. Something I love ordering whenever I visit. The salad dressing is superbly appetizing and delicious.
The Fried Onion Rings sells at RM 9, and is good for sharing especially when visiting them during peak hours. Food takes a while to serve when they are pack. This is something great to nibble if one does not mind the thick flour.
Water is supplied in bottle, and there is always choices of other beverages on the menu. I like the Peppermint Tea after meal. Tea is served in individual pots at RM 8 each.
Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf is located at:
Location: Lot G1A,
Ground Floor, Bangsar Village I,
1 Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar, 59100
Open daily, 10am-10pm
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