Pigs and Wolf at Pavilion is synonym of everything pork. With their cute cartoon icon everywhere, there is no prize for guessing what they specializes in. No wolf is being served but the pork is in everything. Although showcasing unlimited signature dishes, the night is both focused and thrilling with the crown headed to the 3 course meal featuring their latest addition to the menu. Starting with Prosciutto & Rocket Salad, this one is served with 18 month Italian dry-cured ham, rock melon, rocket, grana Padano, and balsamic vinaigrette.
Main Course serves the Lone Wolf Baby Back Ribs with fries and vegetables making up the appropriate selection of sides. This lovely two bone ribs, imported from US, glazed smoked BBQ, onion ham, mustard remoulade and rainbow slaw made a fantastic dining experience on top of my lovely dining companions. The meat is succulent and falls of the bone. With delicious sauce layered on top and light refreshing salad serving well as palate cleanser, this is designed to keep the carnivorous cravings going.
Dessert is most interesting given this being the first time I sink my teeth into a bar of fried Mars. Yup, a bar of Mars chocolate lightly coated with a thin layer of tempura. Deep Fried Mars Bar is served sitting on a scoop of ice cream with a light refreshing mint leaf. I thought an entire bar of chocolate was a little overwhelming but this one intrigues me in every way.
And with the festive season coming soon, there is no end-of-year staple quite like a good slab of rib. The night didn’t only fill us with their US pork, the rest of the dishes were substantial as the ultimate guide to what’s serving at the Pigs and Wolf. As a lucky plus one, I will persuade myself to not work so much. Hence I didn’t get the names of the rest of the dishes – please accept my apology.
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Pigs and Wolf is located at Pavilion at:
Lot 7.01.07, Level 7,
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168, Jalan Raja Chulan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +60 3-7722 3561
Opens daily from 10am-10pm
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