Have you met them yet? The Porkers, I mean. If you haven’t, then it’s high time you do, especially if you are a porky fan. Go on, Meat the Porkers! These porkers, led by Herukh, have single-handedly revolutionised the regular Indian food here to make it more unique – in the porky sense. Yes, expect to indulge in all your favourite Indian dishes in this restaurant, in porky versions!
Recently, to jive up the menu and also to offer some light bites to diners, soft shell tacos with all kinds of delicious spicy fillings were introduced. So now, if you just want a quick light meal or you are hanging out there in between main meal times, why not sink your teeth into some delectable rolls? Top of the list is the Tandoori Pork Ribs – basically it’s boneless as meat from the ribs had been pulled or scraped off from the bones. The meaty fillings are actually the restaurant’s best-sellers like Pork or Chicken 65 Masala, Butter Chicken (or Pork) and the vegetarian Paneer Varuval.
Tandoori Pork Ribs Tacos (RM38)
Paneer Varuval Tacos (RM30)
These taco rolls are perfect as a snack or even as a main for the light eaters. Definitely healthier as well and easy to eat!
I know there are many who go to Meat The Porkers for that full porky meal, starting with their signature Siu Yoke Biryani. For a more in-depth understanding & appreciation of this delightful signature item, read this.
Tandoori Pork Ribs rank next and fans of these should check out Herukh’s latest version – it’s the luscious pale-looking Tandoori Malai Pork Ribs. The “paleness” of the ribs is from cheese, cream, spices and blended cashew nuts rubbed into the slab of meat. Slightly charred at the edges, the aroma from this slab of succulent ribs was just insane!
Siew Yoke Biryani (RM28)
Tandoori Malai Pork Ribs (RM48) with cheese, cream, cashew nuts and spices
Whenever I’m at Meat The Porkers, I can never resist having their Bacon & Cheese Naan which is so good I can eat it on its own!
Bacon & Cheese Naan – RM15: flaky fluffy naans with gooey cheese and studded with smokey bacon
Other favourites are Chicken 65, Pork Rogan Josh and the evergreen Palak Paneer.
Chicken 65 Masala (RM25) Fried boneless chicken cooked in yoghurt-based masala with green chillies and fragranced with curry leaves
Pork Rogan Josh (RM28) – boneless pork cooked in gravy of fried onions, yoghurt, ginger, garlic and spices
Palak Paneer (RM22) cubes of cottage cheese cooked in creamy spinach
If you have not made their acquaintance, it’s about time to Meat The Porkers!
MEAT THE PORKERS
D1-G3-5 Jalan Solaris Dutamas 1
Open: Wed-Mon, 11.00am-2.45pm; 6.00-10.30pm
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