Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf @ Bangsar Village

After huffing & puffing through weeks of renovation, the memorably named Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf is finally ready to blow Bangsar away.

Pork reigns supreme at this thoughtfully crafted outlet, one of Bangsar Village's most beautiful, with standout service that exceeds expectations.

Head here before 6pm to pounce on the soul-stirringly creamy Eggs Benedict brunch staple (RM17+), spruced up with plenty of pork bacon.

Caesar salad (RM22+), also made porky with bacon, plus a bread-crumbed egg.

This signature pasta, The Wolf's Favorite (RM27+), is fundamentally carbonara, profuse in smoky pork & mushrooms, jeweled with the perfect runny yolk.

Is there a pork burger in the house? Yep, a mighty one (RM24+).

No self-respecting Lycan should skip the opportunity to devour meaty BBQ ribs (RM60+). While Bangsar now boasts numerous nice cafes, Three Little Pigs could carve a niche for itself as one of this neighborhood's few porcine hot spots.

Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf is nestled at the former D'Lish, outside Village Grocer, facing the open-air car park.






Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf,
Ground Floor, Bangsar Village I, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2283-2270
Open daily, 10am-10pm
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48 comments:

  1. I will wolf down all these piggyness...hahaha :P

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    1. Ulric: you're the ideal big bad wolf! :D

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    2. The Big Bad Wolf has just wolfed down brunch here yesterday...he likes their meaty pork burger...if u know wat he means =)

      He also got his claws on his fav pasta n the luscious eggs ben...claws up for them!...hehe =)

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    3. Ulric: heheh, yay, all those three items were enjoyable for me too. here's hoping they'll expand their menu soon and maybe add a few unusual recipes to keep things interesting :D

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  2. I've been prescribed a diet by the doctor...and I am glad he didn't ban me from eating piggies! Though I must stay away from the luscious eggs. Aaaargh!

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    1. Missyblurkit: yikes, a diet of no eggs? that's cruel! but yeah, i hope you get to make up for it with lots of porcine pleasure, ya =)

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    2. Looks like no Polpetine for u at Ozeki Italian...u can try their texturally superb Pork Jowl though...complete with earthy chestnuts n mushrooms =)

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    3. Ulric: awww, ya, a bit too bad to have to skip the polpette, cos that's one of my faves at ozeki, but luckily there's so much else on the menu and they're always adding more items every few weeks :D

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    4. Haha...they have added more stuff...they have now a Tapas n Snacks menu and a Chef's Recommendation menu on top of their Ala-carte Dinner n Dessert menus =)

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    5. Ulric: sounds good, tnx. maybe i'll head back there in january or february =)

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    6. I m gonna head back there too for more of their interesting dishes :D

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    7. Ulric: Bon appetit!

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  3. Hmmm...I thought you went to that book sale everyone's talking about.

    Ooooo...the Eggs Benedict. Bacon? Did somebody mention bacon? Ooooooo....step aside, make way...I am commmmmmingggg!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, i think the book sale is still nearly a month away :D oh yeah, the smell of bacon is probably enough to cause a rampage or a mini-riot :D

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  4. It looks very promising for a Sunday brunch. Finally, a nice brunch outlet in BV

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    1. Footfringe: oh yeah, i do think it'd be great for brunches, with lots of natural sunlight streaming into the outlet :D

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  5. Yay for more pork! Will find a weekend to try out this new place.

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    1. CK: ya, i think you'll enjoy this place! hopefully it won't be too crowded during weekends =)

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  6. Shouldn't have read this when I'm on a liquid diet. >.<

    But I think I can do eggs. They look liquid enough. Hehe

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    1. Bangsar Babe: heheh, that's true! think of it as being similar to protein shakes! :D

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  7. Great location and nice enivironment,, great coffee and cakes too...cheers

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    1. Chong: cool, will check out the coffee and cakes next time too, thanks! glad you like the place too :D

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  8. pork burger's surfacing everywhere nowadays!

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    1. KY: good for us hungry diners! and i think this might be bangsar village's first pork burger! :D

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  9. The eggs benedict is a real beauty... but I'm wondering why they use different eggs for this and the pasta?

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, the eggs benedict really does look inspiring. i think it's the same eggs though used for the pasta, but the lighting was different, so my camera didn't capture the orange color for the spaghetti :D

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  10. Oh gosh... Thank goodness it's in Bangsar Village instead of BSC (the place I rarely go, but passby often). This place looks promising! But then again, every porky joint looks promising to me. Haha.

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    1. Chong: oh yeah, the menu here will be expanding in the future, i believe, so there's lots of potential for the three little pigs! and ya, i'm glad it's at bangsar village too, cos this location is a little bit more convenient for me :D

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  11. PIGS AND wolf? Nah, pigs taste the best...;P

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    1. Eunice: heheh, I wouldn't mind finding out what a wolf tastes like though =)

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  12. Yay! Another babitarians delight!

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    1. Unkaleong: now we're just waiting for a restaurant to name itself Babitarian :D

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  13. Eggs on almost every dish! I like! They use the cling wrap method to poach egg too.

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    1. Kelly: oh yeah, we homed in on the egg dishes immediately :D ooh, good observation, i didn't realize that =)

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  14. I like the bamboo trees and that "wallet firendly" note. The Chef sure like eggs !!!!!

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    1. Wong: i love eggs too, so the chef here gets my thumbs up! :D

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  15. Very promising...surely a place on my "Must Try" list!

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    1. Pureglutton: i think (and i hope) you'll enjoy this place! it's definitely getting a lot of attention now :D

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  16. This place is a good choice for pork and egg fans! hehe....

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    1. Melissa: i'm a fan of both! double hurray! :D

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    1. TNG: hope you enjoy it! i think i'd give the pork burger here a solid B =)

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  18. omg omg!! bacon in ceasar salad is the almost perfect combo.. miss pork!!!
    but i find the croutons a tad tiny.. would prefer it to be chunkier.. kekeke
    nice nice nice..

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    1. Whoisnell: heheh, yeah, pork bacon is better than beef bacon :D ooh, i'm actually not a fan of croutons though, so i don't mind having no croutons =)

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  19. this place doesn't allow reservations on fri / sat / sun .. that's bad for business! not going there with a big group because of this sucky reason!

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  20. I got food poisoning eating the mighty piggy burger yesterday. I felt like dying last night, it was the most painful feeling ever. It was so bad i pictured cutting my stomach open with a katana and letting all the air out because my stomach was as bloated as a puffer fish when it puffs up.

    This sucks because I had a pretty good experience at the restaurant, the staff are polite and helpful, I am a big fan of the way the place is designed (hats off to the designer), i'm not there all the time but when I was the crowd was pretty decent.

    So anyways, I am quite certain it was the burger that gave me food poisoning (I found out it was food poisoning after waiting in agony for the doctor for an hour!) because it was the only thing I ate for lunch and I didn't eat anything between then and getting the stomach ache.

    So in conclusion, I hope the company takes better care in the preparation of their food and maybe the way the food is thawed. If I wanted to spend 30 bucks on 12 trips to the toilet I'd walk myself into the closest guardian pharmacy and buy 5 bottles of laxative, down it like I just walked into zouk and then have a fking toilet party.

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  21. I hope the owner is reading this message. Because I also posted the same comment on your Facebook page.

    Today (November 4) we went to your restaurant for lunch.

    I ordered the pork burger, and the patty was cold. When I asked for it to be "warmed up", I suspect the staff put it into the microwave and the whole burger came back very soggy. It did NOT taste good.

    My friend ordered the lasagna. 30 minutes later, still no lasagna. Then we saw the table next to us served with lasagna, and they started eating it.

    5-10 minutes later, we asked where our lasagna was. The server realised her mistake, took the (half eaten) lasagna from the other table and put it on our table. the lasagna was clearly half eaten. We also saw the server take the food from the table next to us, and put it on our table.

    Today's service is absolutely disgusting. We cancelled the lasagna order.

    This is what happens when restaurants hire foreign workers (ie Myannmar) with poor training / no skill set. Your service and food standard DROPS.

    Suffice to say, the whole experience ruined our meal.

    We also lodged a complaint form via your "suggestion letter" - I hope that your restaurant manager does not happen to "lose" it.

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  22. Certainly won't eat here again. This morning we were the first to arrive at 9am, maybe second to order, but had to wait over an hour for our breakfast. Meanwhile two tables had eaten and left. Smile, the wait staff (a misnomer for sure) said in answer to our query on status, that the kitchen was very busy?? At this point only a total of 15 in the whole place and we had ordered before most of them, so?? When we did get our meal, the three of us received with staggered timing. By the time I got mine the other two had almost finished, which was weird as one of the other party ordered same as me. So, does that mean only one person in the kitchen? We both ordered poached eggs with bacon - they can't do four eggs at the same time? And then the dishes were only lukewarm on arrival - did they sit on the counter for some time before being delivered? And I was so glad that I asked for the bearnaise sauce to be on the side as it was awful. It had red dragonfruit in it - okay - an innovative cook, but it was tasteless and ruined the salad for my dining companion as it was drenched in this awful sauce. Too many choices in Bangsar for us to repeat the experience. I did post about my experience on their FB page but of course they have final say on whether it will be posted (they won't) hence my remarks on your well read foodie review page.

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