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mingee
This is mingee living in Ara Damansara. I am a Helpdesk Engineer, work in Brickfields. Western variety are my favorite cuisines. I also love and Steaks / Chops.
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Passionfruit Fizz Smile Sep 20, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
The drinks here in Pig Out Café is reasonable. The passionfruit fizz is priced at RM5, which I think was decent. As expected, it tasted of fizzy soda water with some passionfruit mixture in it. Slightly sweet, but goes well with the food. It cleanses the palate with a citrus-y aftertaste, and the amount of ice given was adequate. Definitely recommended, and well worth the amount paid.
 
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PigOut Café Chop Smile Sep 20, 2013   (Related Review)
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I ordered the Pig out Café Chop as it sounded pretty interesting from the menu. There were two big pieces of grilled pork chops served with garlic sauce, mashed potatoes and coleslaw. The pork chops were juicy and tender. The best thing about it, it is boneless. The mash potato was so-so, a bit too thick for my liking. The coleslaw wasn’t really cold enough. The garlic sauce went well with the pork chop. Overall, a good piece of meat, but mediocre side dishes.
 
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Spaghetti Aglio Olio Smile Sep 20, 2013   (Related Review)
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The spaghetti Aglio Olio in Pig Out Café is quite nice. The spaghetti was done al dente, just cooked long enough that it is neither crunchy nor too soft. Aglio Olio means garlic and oil, hence it is expected that there will not be much ingredients in the spaghetti. There were some cherry tomato halves in it, and some pepper flakes on top for the added flavour. Quite nice and refreshing, doesn’t give you the stodgy aftertaste. Definitely recommended.
 
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Pig Out Café Roast Smile Sep 20, 2013   
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I usually pass by the FAS field on the way home, so I have seen the development of Park Lane Commercial Hub since day one. I was eager to see what shops would be opened there, as there were advertisements about plenty of eatery stores there. Couple of days ago, when I passed by, there was this new restaurant called Pig Out Café. Intrigued, wifey and I decided to pay them a visit. Parking is free for now, since the place is not entirely operational yet. We went there and ordered. There weren’t that many patrons when we arrived, but the place was definitely bustling when we left. So we ordered, and the food came fairly quickly. First was our entrée of Pig Out Café Roast. Essentially roast pork, it is a 200g pork belly cut marinated overnight and roasted with chunky cut carrots and potatoes and served with applesauce. I thought that the skin was a bit too hard, tooth-breakingly crunchy actually. Other than that, it was top class roast pork. Limited portions daily, it is well worth the amount of RM18 paid.

 
 
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Hor Fun Soup Smile Sep 19, 2013   (Related Review)
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I personally prefer soup with my noodle, hence I decided to order the hor fun soup. The noodle is silky smooth, very easy on the throat. There weren't much ingredients, only a few pieces of gau choy. The noodle is meant to be eaten with the steamed chicken. The soup has some MSG taste, but that is quite expected. For those who prefer an extra spicy

 
kick, a small saucer of chilli padi and soya sauce is provided.
 
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