5 Pork Places in Klang Valley

Roasted pork from food court, pork knuckle from German restaurants, spare ribs from Chinese restaurant, barbequed pork ribs from cafe, It doesn’t matter from which stall or restaurant these porky offerings from as long as it is delicious. Be it stir fried, deep fried, braised, grilled or baked, pork lovers will stir go gaga on all cooking method for pork. No border for the love to pork, what’s bother is where else to devour in more porkilicious fares.

Check out five pork places in Klang Valley as below:

1. Brotzeit German Bier Bar
This establishment focuses on grassroots cuisines from the South Eastern of Germany, serving one of the best pork knuckles in town. Their pork knuckle is perfectly roasted to golden brown, delivering a crispy skin , tenderly soft meat and set off by a layer of gelatinous fat in between. A crunchy, moist and succulent concoction that is so deceiving, and may drive you to put aside the worries of extra calories and the horror of adding another inch to your waistline. Make your porky dish complete with a range of premium bier from Paulener family which is full foam, fresh from tap only in Brozeit. A great place with friendly service and good food. So, pork lover and beer connoisseurs, you know where to go when you are carving for porky meal and draft beers.

Address:
OB K4, Oasis Boulevard,
Sunway Pyramid,
No. 3, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway.
46150 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor.
Contact: 03-5638 5516/5517
Business hours: (Mon-Thurs, Sun) 11.00am-12.00pm
(Fri-Sat) 11.00am-1.00am

 

2. Deutsches Haus German Restaurant & Bar
Deutsches Haus German Restaurant & Bar celebrates all things meaty and porkilicious in its cozy, relaxing environment. The interior boasts a county style settings – shinny wooden floorings, walls adorned with black-white paintings, comfy cushion chairs and tables covered with red-white checkered tablecloth; long bar in dark walnut colors and backed with wall shelves decked with bottles and bottles of alcoholic goodness. Escalate your porky demands here by getting an order of Farmer’s soup with crispy pork bacon bits and sausage; sausage platter that consists of eight sausages come in different size, colour, flavours and texture but share one thing in common- they are all sinfully delicious. Not to forget is the Baby Back Ribs 2 Ways, a huge servings of barbequed pork ribs smothered with pineapple BBQ Sauce and Jalapeño Peach Sauce that add a tangy twist within the smoky, meaty munch.

Address:
Jaya 33,
Jalan Semangat, Section 13,
46100 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel no: 03-7960 5736
Business Hours: Mon – Sun (11:00 am till 12:00 am)

 

3. Skippys Pizza
Located in Phileo Damansara 1, Skippys Pizza is a hidden gem specialized in pork pizza. From the tagline ‘Real Pork Pizza Company’ , one can tell that this restaurant makes serious pork pizzas, with wide choices of porky toppings including pork bacon, pork ham, pork pepperoni, minced pork, pork varevul, and spicy pork. By now, their menu is not limited to only pizza, but complete with a list of delicious fares which mostly revolve around pork- pork burger, pork ribs, pork chop, spicy pork meatballs, spaghetti bolognese with pork meat balls, pork varicella, crispy fried pork and garden salad with pork bacon, just to name a few. Pork Ribs in 7 sauces is highly recommend, featuring pork ribs thickly slathered in seven types of secret sauces to promote a sweet, sticky finish. While the serving portion is huge, the price is kept reasonable, giving you more reasons to return. Delivery is available daily from 5PM onwards in selected areas around KL and Klang Valley.

Address:
107 Blok D Phileo Damansara 1,
No. 9 Jalan 16/11, Off Jalan Damansara,
43650 Petaling Jaya.
Business Hours:
Sunday – Friday: 11:30am – 11:00pm
Saturday: 5:00pm – 11:00pm
Closed on Sundays

 

4. Vintry
Vintry Ampang doesn’t draw a full house daily, but believe or not, it serves as one of the best places for relaxing, calm night out. Situated next to neighbourhood, the restaurant is quiet at night. What’s taking over is the soft background music, dim hue lights and tranquil ambience that portrays a strong contrast to the bustling KL city which is just miles away. Tempting pork dishes are consistently served up, with BBQ Pork Ribs as the signature. The pork ribs is first slow baked to lock the moisture and juiciness, followed by a short grill then glazed with BBQ sauce to result in a bountiful, glossy exterior with little charred surface. Check out the fluffy Roti Babi and crispy crackling Roasted Pork, Vintry does well for these local Chinese favourites too. Apart from pork, seafood or poultry choices are excellent. Their Tom Yam Seafood Pasta is maximized with fiery hot kick that is well coated into every strand of the spaghetti. No joke, it is spicy, but addictive, you will not want to stop. So good that it almost overshadow the porky ribs. Do remember to pair your meal with your choice of wine from the wine cellars, impressively stocked to the brim.

Address:
24, Persiaran Ampang,
55000 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 03-4252 8262, 03-4252 9262

 

5. Yut Kee
Mosaic floor tiles, solid wooden chairs, marble tables, yellowish photos, old fashion stand fan, etc., every element in Yut Kee reflects an obsolete charm that is almost vanished in the modernized of this city. This coffee shop survives as one of the oldest eatery in KL, starting in 1928 and still running brisk business daily after passing down to third generations. Some claim that the food price doesn’t go parallel with the food quality, but they have their own winning points. Many flock to Yut Kee for Hainanese Pork Chop- deep fried pork chop drenched in thick brown gravy, a dish which is rarely found in KL nowadays. Roti Babi – minced pork and onion stuffed in bread and deep fried is also one of the top orders. Never leave Yut Kee without a serving of Roast Pork served with apple sauce, it sells like hot cakes. You will get hands down over the crispy skin that fits close to the succulent meat, slightly blushed in pinkish. Only 14 rolls available daily, usually sold off by noon. Even though good and bad comments come in, one thing that stands true is, Yut Kee is not the place to seek for delicate fine food. The most important is to appreciate the comfort, good old traditional taste that has remained for decades.

Address:
35, Jalan Dang Wangi,
Dang Wangi, 50100 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 03- 2298 8108
Bussiness Hour: 8am – 6pm (Tues- Sun, closed on Mondays)