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Telephone
03-5630 1699
Good For
Group/Family dining
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 23:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcohol served
Wi-Fi
Restaurant Website
http://www.bellygood.com.my/
Signature Dishes
Baby Back Ribs Grilled Pork Bellies Grilled Pork Ribs Pork Chops
Review (15)
Level4 2013-09-30
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Portabello mushroom from Belly Good is fine. Gotten one big piece of mushroom with cheese and garlic with pork bacon flakes. Taste wise this is cheesy, but not oily! The portabello mushroom is grilled to perfection but it is so juicy even it is grilled. I would visit Belly Good just for this! Only if they have giant or bigger mushroom so that I can eat it without spending on extra ordering. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-25
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Mum has been ranting for months now - on how she misses the pork ribs in Chicago Steakhouse and have been diligently hinting me to accompany her to dine there again. It's really hard to find restaurants that serves affordable yet tasty steaks and pork ribs around town nowadays. Lets not compare against the likes of Chicago Steakhouse, Tony Roma's and my all time favourite - Morganfields of course!I figured she ought to go for something less conventional this time round. Hence, I suggested going to a local pork joint instead. BellyGood Some time ago I wrote about the fabulous meal I had in BellyGood Here.On a weekend with good traffic, it's about 15 minutes drive from the heart of SS2 to Sunway Mentari. There was no problem getting a parking spot when we arrived at lunch time on a lovely Saturday afternoon.In the few times I've been here, the place has never been packed, with only 4-5 tables occupied at most, even during lunch time.My friend who has been dining in here since his early childhood days, told me that prices have been increasing drastically over the years - evident over the paste-over revised price tags on its menu. The owners are Chinese - a lady in her mid-50's and a man in his 40's. I figured they often take turns to manage the place as I've not seen them together before. (do correct me if I'm wrong)The last time I was here, the Man don a white apron and was obviously the cook of the kitchen - blasting up heated stove of chargrilled and succulent bites of pork ribs and steaks for the eager customers.However today, I noticed that a Pilipino was the one doing all the cooking and another doing the serving and prepping, whilst the lady boss only took orders. Malaysians have always been a bias bunch and sceptical towards the quality of food prepared by foreign workers - however trained and skilful they are. Although I have to say, this is a norm in most restaurants nowadays already, cheap labour and rising living costs you know!Now, lets see how the food fairs.Trio Platter. Rm29.90.My Trio Platter came with a serving of two sticks of pork ribs, a portion of pork belly and a chorizo sausage. Together with some homemade mashed potato and coleslaw at the side. I love the chorizo. I sliced it up in even portions before popping it one by one into my mouth. What I thought was a let down in the overall trio platter - the pork ribs. The first bite is always the most deceiving but amazing one - meat cooked juicy and tender and came right off it's bone. The subsequent bites is the real deal. I thought the ribs wasn't flavourful enough - it was tasty from the final basting of sauce on the surface but not marinated well, hence, didn't have the burst of flavours that I was dying for. Pork Belly. Rm27.90. At hindsight, the portion came generous. The pork belly was aromatic, glistening and perhaps a little bedazzled, sitting in a plateful of savoury brown sauce when served. My brother thought the pork belly came a little too fatty - some would've enjoyed the layers of fat but my family clearly wasn't huge on this. I thought likewise. The lean bits though, was amazing.Pork Ribs. Rm29.90.Mum ordered a serving of pork ribs. She didn't have much to complain nor compliment for that matter.Like what I've mentioned in my previous post, I found the homemade mashed potatoes and coleslaw to be clandestinely amazing. The scoopful of fluffy goodness was mashed fine and the coleslaw was equally fabulous. I was picking through the coleslaw trying to figure out what secret ingredient was, to make me so die-hard like that. Guess what? It's purple onions!Overall Rating: 6/10. The quality of food served seemed a little inconsistent. I had an amazing time chomping down on delicious pork in my previous visit but the food was a little shabby this time round. Despite my not so pleasurable experience, I still stubbornly insist that this place serves one of the most value for money pork ribs and pork belly in town. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-27
201 views
Grilled Pork Ribs. The pork ribs came along with coleslaw and mashed potato. The pork ribs were grilled nicely and the burnt parts can be seen clearly on top of it. The meat was not fork-tender type of texture, we still have to use strength to cut it off. The taste was not too salty and it was aromatic. The mashed potato was simple and soft. The coleslaw was normal too. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-15
89 views
Garlic Bread & Mushroom SoupThe mushroom soup was creamy and had fresh mushrooms inside. The garlic bread was toasted and spread with butter. The herbs which were sprinkled on it enhanced the garlic smell of the bread. The soup served as a good appetizer before the main course. continue reading
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Level3 2013-05-03
63 views
Not many staffs at this restaurant. Might be very slow service, so don't come here when you are super hungry. Our foods is cook patiently by the chef. I had ordered their pork belly. It serves with mash potato and coleslaw. The pork belly was well marinated and grilled into perfection. It is not very oily. Their coleslaw is nice. Love it very much! Whoever like burger can try their pork burger. The meat is soft. Simple yet delicious dining places to dine with family and friends. continue reading
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