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In Porki, we see ourselves as a society that believes in everyone deserves to nourish a good meal. We fashioned this pathway by grinding fresh ingredients all way to reach out the par we set. Serving generous portion alongside with affordable price is a must; to present and welcome everyone into our heavenly affluence. 繼續閱讀
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今日營業
12:00 - 22:00
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12:00 - 22:00
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食評 (3)
等級4 2015-09-09
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Thanks for The Porki Team that invite me to attend their soft launch 19 Oct 2014 , The Porki Society is officially open on Wednesday 22th oct For everyone.The Porki Society Have Four share partners by four friends that stand of Alex, Tee, Desmond and LC that Created a sentence 'extraordinary Thai kitchen.'This was the 1st and brand new name of boat noodles and of course their will open up their wings for franchise coming on. Simple few Foods and Drinks Menu At the moment and Desmond says it will getting more in the future...Just Stay Tune As Desmond said ,"The Porki Society is not fully concentrate on the boat noodles but their are specialist more on pork stuff , Since Same concept of boat noodle was everywhere".....Condiments here are also pretty much the same , Spicy Chillie Flake , Garlic Chillie , Sugar and Famous Fish Oil.Every Drink is given with small metal canister mug , keeps the drink and ice chilled last longer . They have Can drinks , fresh coconut and bottle coke.....I love The colourful wooden table and chairs that resembled the wooden traditional fixtures and one part of the floor at the entrance. This what I forget to ask desmond about the name on the wall was different from the signboard "Porki" and "Porky , is it gonna be the same meaning or...The Porki Society as its name indicates, serves only pork. Which is perfect fine for a pork lover like myself. The Porki Team Was Busy at the kitchen when their just open the shop . then I was snapping photo Around while waiting mine. their boat noodles has two option , either dry or soup and with mee hoon or rice noodles . I try two of each and the noodles comes with Pork ball, liver, small chunk of signature pork and garnished with fried pork lard(豬肉炸) toppings. Each bowl is priced at RM1.90. Here Comes the Pork Family , Heaven of PorkMoo Ping Porki BBQ well-marinated BBQ pork that originally abit salty , The Sauce for Dip was marvellous , hope they keep the sauce taste for forever... Moo Tun Signature Marinated Porkheavy with flavours, this Moo Tun signature pork something like braised pork . Moo Tod PorkiMoo Tod Porki slice fried pork chop with crispy skins and tender meat, without doubt a good munching snack.Luk Chin Moo Pork Ball with Soup pork ball with strong herbal soup . the porki self made pork ball that tenderCap Moo Pork Rindscrunchy bites , Famous And selling at any boat noodle restaurant in malaysia and thailand , I think everyone try this before ba...Moo Luak Chim Signature Pork The pork is marinated with alcohol , tender chewy meat but incredibly addicted . the cook time was just the right time...must try itemTakoh , The DesertThe pandan aroma and smooth texture as well as the base layer injected with ample amount of corn and water chestnuts.The Hanging light bulb was attractive and the environment is comfortable As I said the Porki Society is not fully concentrate on the boat noodles but their are specialist more on pork stuff.So , at here we don't have to eat a lot as much tall than KLCC , Try Out All Their Pork Family Side Dish. http://eddyrushfatboy.blogspot.my/2014/10/the-porki-society-seapark.htmlThe Porki SocietyNo. 10, Jalan 21/19, Seapark Seksyen 21,46300 Petaling Jaya,SelangorMon - Sun: 11 am - 3 pm, 6 pm - 10 pm 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
My friend recommends The Porki Society fortheir Boat Noodles therefore; we planned to go there for dinner. The PorkiSociety is located at Seapark, Petaling Jaya. The restaurant serves theirsignature Boat Noodles, Pork Balls, Pork Satay (Moo Ping Porki BBQ), Moo TodPorki (Fried Pork Cutlet), Water Spinach, Fried Rice and Beverages. Couple ofpeople occupied the restaurant when we arrived as it was raining heavily. Theambiance of the restaurant was okay, they use tables and chairs like in anolden school days which is quite cool for me and you can also see the staff Barbecuethe pork satay if you manage to sit nearby the kitchen. We ordered BoatNoodles, Pork Satay (Moo Ping Porki BBQ), Moo Tod Porki (Fried Pork Cutlet),Water Spinach (Pak Boong), Tom Yum Fried Rice and Tub Tim Krob. Moo Tod Porki (Fried Pork Cutlet) was seasoned and cooked well. Roll them with a cabbage and enjoy it. Moo Tod Porki (Fried Pork Cutlet) @ RM 11.90Water Spinach (Pak Boong) was good with the sauce. Water Spinach (Pak Boong) @ RM 1.90 Pork Satay (Moo Ping Porki BBQ) was tender and barbecued perfectly. Pork Satay (Moo Ping Porki BBQ) @ RM 5.90 Tom Yum Fried Rice was aromatic and yummy. It is much better than some other restaurants we tried. Tom Yum Fried Rice was served Tom Yum Fried Rice, Cucumber, Omelette, Pork Rinds and Fried PorkiTom Yum Fried Rice @ RM 14.90 They have 2 types of Boat Noodles (Thin and thick noodles) and 2 types of choices for the noodles either dry or soup. We choose 1 of everything from the menu to try as the portion is small.Boat noodle tasted okay as they use the Pork Lard that is pre fried earlier and it has some kind of weird oil taste when you eat them together with the noodles but if it was served fresh then it would be heaven. Just the Pork Lard was their drawback. Boat Noodles @ RM 1.90You can compare the size of the noodles below. Right side was thin noodle while left side was thick noodle. Tub Tim Krob dessert has a rich jackfruit flavour and they are generous with the Red Ruby. Tub Tim Krob @ RM 6.90It was a good dinner for all of us. The boat noodle needs some improvement but the portion was larger than Boat Noodle Empire Damansara so you just need to eat 3-4 bowls of noodles to make you full and good service.Service Charge: (10% + Tax)The Porki SocietyNo 10, Jalan 21/19,Seapark,Section 21,Sea Park,46300 Petaling Jaya,Tel: 03- 7865 1968Email: theporkisociety@gmail.com 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級4 2015-04-12
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Today I went for lunch with colleagues from Communication Department. I have been saying I wanted to try the set lunch here for ages so we finally came today when I have got the perfect crowd. My friend ordered the Grilled Porki with Signature Sauce (RM 10.90) set lunch which comes with a drink of their choice, be it soda or mineral water. The fried pork is quite spicy but I felt that the rice is too dry. I prefer to eat rice with a lot of sauce or curry on top. My friend thinks that the pork is too spicy for her but I beg to differ.My other male friend ordered BBQ Moo Tod Porki with Thai Chilli Sauce (RM 10.90) lunch set which again, to me, is too dry for the rice to be served without sauce. The BBQ pork is quite ok, in fact, tasty.Me and my other female friend shared a 2 pax set of Boat Noodles for about RM 27.90 which included any choice os 3 snacks, 2 drinks, desserts for 2 pax and choice of 2 Big Bowls and 2 Small bowls of Boat Noodles. I felt that the package is well worth the money paid as the portions were so big that it could have been 3 people eating! Our first snack is the Moo Ping Porki BBQ Skewers which was 2 instead of 5 sticks if you order it ala-carte. I really like anything that is served in skewers including this. The second snack is Sai Krok Thai BBQ Pork Sausage which is worth RM 4.90. The sausage has some spice inside and the texture is quite tasty. The Tako Chestnut Desserts were quite smooth and delicious. Unfortunately, my stomach could no longer take this in so I took this back to office to eat for tea time. Unfortunately, I was so full from lunch till dinner time. The next snack is Moo Tun Signature Marinated Pork (RM 4.90 ala-carte) which is tender and tasty and a bit like Pai Kut or Bak Kut Teh. I ordered the mini Sprite drink served in the small bottle version itself which I find it very cute. We ordered 1 Big Bowl of Thai Flat Noodles in soup and the other was in the big sized version in dry style. The rest is bihun in soup and also dry style. I prefer the flat noodles no matter how. Somehow, the flat noodles are not as spicy as the one I have tried in Boat Noodles at Empire Damansara, which I believe is the expert in this field in KL.I really like the Thai Dessert which was Tako Chestnut which was quite tasty and not too creamy. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)