Food: Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf, Bangsar Village (Non-halal)
Pretty call cards.
I noticed that restaurants get popular by word of mouth, especially among youngsters. It doesn't have to be direct, ya know. Posts on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter or even check-in on FourSquare is enough to indirectly tell people about your opinion about the food. So, I've seen a lot of people posting on Three Little Pigs and Big Bad Wolf at Bangsar Village. Pretty 'trendy' place as a lot of people have been frequenting for its porky-food.
So it was my first time there for Shanon's birthday. Here's some foodie picture. Again, I hate places that are poorly lit up and this place happens to be one of the places with very little lighting. Probably to create ambiance. Thankfully I brought my external flash this time and I was shooting away. Sorry guests for the glaring flashes.
Garlic roast pork
The Wolf's Favourite (One of the best-sellers here)
Overall, I find the food here good but nothing spectacular. I think my expectation of food has gone up a bit. Cause there's so much of good food (especially Western cuisines) around nowadays but nothing stands out. I'm looking for food that makes me crave for them every single day - like sushi LOL.
Anyway, come here if you like ambiance and pork. Well price-wise it's the normal range you pay for Western. I would say average RM20-RM30 per pax if you go for the 'not so expensive meal'. The service's so-so and some would rate it quite badly. Just check out other people's comment on their Facebook wall :1
I would say the root problem would be because the people serving patrons are not local, thus having difficulties communicating properly. Patrons not understanding the waiter/waitress and waiter/waitress not understanding patrons well. No offense and no discrimination towards these foreigners though because I've seen foreigners with excellent skills and efficient in other restaurants. Perhaps they should be supplied with more training.
Location: Ground Floor, Bangsar Village 1, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating hours: Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m till 11 p.m
Phone: 03-2283 2270