Friday, November 25, 2011

Bullseye

Solaris Dutamas might be a booming hub for restaurants, but only a few serve pork. Thankfully, we can add Bullseye to that very short list.

German pork sausages wrapped in bacon & served with mustard. Succulent, savory & as spectacularly phallic as they come.

Pan-fried pork belly with onions. Fairly tender meat, soaked in a sweet-&-salty sauce that tasted Chinese, Korean & Japanese all at the same time.

Grilled pork chop. Skip this one; much too tough & not tasty enough (though a substantial splash of gravy improved matters slightly).

DE Berloti Cabernet Merlot (2008, Australia).

Cozy & romantically lit or gloomy & eerily empty? Maybe a bit of both.

All in all, an OK stop for supper, but not a restaurant we'd recommend highly.

Bulls Eye,
D2-G4-03, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur.
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18 comments:

  1. Even their pork dishes are not enticing enough!

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  2. okay, the sausages are a little offensive to look at... hehe

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  3. The pan-fried pork belly gave me an idea on how to prepare a slab of meat that I have lying in my freezer. Do they serve a pint of the black stuff?

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  4. Tng: hopefully they'll expand their menu. it's a cozy place, but ya, it lacks the x-factor. There's some Korean fare available here too, if I recall right...
    Michelle: ya, I actually only realized it after uploading the photo. arghhhh! need to add a NSFW tag to this post =)
    Unkaleong: good luck with the recipe! it could be a hit! :D plenty of pints here, I think, but I can't vouch for their pricing (or anything else, come to think of it!) :D

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  5. Kenny: what's that saying ... a miss is as good as a mile. or something like that. coincidentally am reading an article in entertainment weekly now about Jeremy renner, the future Hawkeye :D

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  6. Way off the mark is it? :D

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  7. Ulric: heh, not thaaaat bad la. I'd give it a 4/10 rating. still a passing grade (but ya, a bit below average) =)

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  8. pigs in blanket can never go wrong! :D

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  9. KY: sinful stuff, but always yummy! :D

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  10. Jeremy Renner rocks! Are you as excited about The Avengers as I am. Joss Whedon's run on The Astonishing X-men comics certainly made me wanna see him tackle super-powered heroes on the big screen. :D

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  11. Kenny: i'm wary! i dunch wanna be too disappointed. i still remember taking the morning off work to watch the first x-men movie at sunway pyramid at 11am more than a decade ago. ooo, btw, i haven't read joss whedon's x-men run =)

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  12. You should - in fact they stole a plotline from his run for the 3rd X-Men but executed it so very poorly. Whedon's X-Men run was rather cinematic in scope so I like how he thinks/directs.

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  13. Kenny: hmmm, OK, i must say, i know joss whedon more as a tv/movie guy, rather than a comic book guy. i've watched buffy the vampire slayer, firefly, his main tv projects, but they never struck me as the type of work that would translate very well with spandex-clad superheroes :D

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  14. Oh he's not a comic book guy at all, which makes his Astonishing X-Men run all the more, well, astonishing. :D

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  15. Kenny: as long as his run on Astonishing X-Men didn't include any of his beloved vampires & female teenage vampire hunters :D

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  16. look at that german sausage wrapped with bacon. Sure I get heart attack eating that!

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  17. Eiling: heheh, it's juicy and pretty delicious! And not too oily :D

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