Saturday, December 15, 2012

TableTalk @ TTDI & Three Little Pigs @ Bangsar

Returning to TTDI's TableTalk & Bangsar Village's Three Little Pigs, this time to munch on our two favorite types of meat: beef & pork.
Earlier entry on TableTalk: Nov. 28. Earlier entry on Three Little Pigs: Nov. 21.

First up, beefing up at TableTalk with this behemoth of a Wagyu burger (RM45+), as juicy & flavorsome as KL's best, sandwiched with egg, beef bacon & Swiss cheese in a toasted sesame bun that's worth eating even on its own (shocker!). Served with air-fried fries.

Gnocchi bolognese? Basically, yeah. A hearty, ragu-rigged RM28+ plate of carbs & protein.

Forty-eight-hour braised beef with herb rice, something suitable for Asian taste buds (RM42+).

And with so much beef, there must be wine ...

... & more wine. House bottles sell for between RM90 & RM140.

Next up, Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf, where pork is our pleasure.

So hungry you could eat a wolf? Bite into the roast pork sandwich with pesto sauce (RM22+); there's a barrage of 'siew yok' recipes here, with this irresistible ingredient incorporated into salads, sandwiches & fried rice. 

"Piggies Rolling In The Mud" is the cute name for these crumbed pork cutlets drenched in Japanese curry & mozzarella (RM25+).

TableTalk @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Three Little Pigs @ Bangsar Village

TableTalk @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail


Three Little Pigs @ Bangsar Village

TableTalk TTDI (same row as D'Legends Bar),
4, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail.
Tel: 03-7733-7718

20 comments:

  1. air-fried fries? I have to try! That burger is perfect.. air-fried fries, good patty, egg! yumss..
    That gnocchi looks good too!

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    1. Tng: ya, I was quite impressed with parts of the burger. Even though the egg could have been runnier and the fries could be fatter, the patty and the bun were both very worthwhile :D the gnocchi's an interesting change from the usual recipes elsewhere too. really meaty and savory thanks to the beef ragu =)

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  2. Never though of having cheese with Jap curry! sounds like it would really work!!! :D hehe but I'd order that dish anyway.. just for the name!!!!!!

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    1. Vien: cheesy meat soaked in creamy gravy ... not a bad combo, definitely, with lots of savory flavor. and gosh, you're right, i think 40 percent of the reason i ordered that dish was because of its name, heh! :D

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  3. I want some 'siew yok'! Can't remember when was the last time I had siew yok, maybe before the trip? :P

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    1. CK: wow, that's a very long time already! hope you can get some nice juicy siew yok this weekend, with crunchy crackling! :D

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  4. Gasp! Tat burger and tat gnocchi...impressiveeeeeeee! :D

    I prefer the roast pork sandwich at S.Wine instead...it's much better in terms of taste...hahaha :P

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    1. Ulric: nice to have a gnocchi with a meaty gravy instead of the usual creamy/cheesy ones. and the burger also stood out, for both the wagyu patty and the nice bun :D heheh, ya, s.wine does really good roast pork =)

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    1. Wong: hope u manage to have a good porky lunch (or dinner) :D

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  6. I've tried those air fried Fries using the Phillips air fryer thingy.. surprisingly it's quite good.

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    1. Baby sumo: and supposedly healthier than regular fries too, rite :D

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  7. Do Table Talk only serve beef based meals?

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    1. Jeanette: nope, plenty of chicken, fish and even vegetarian options are also available

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  8. Am eyeing the 3 little pigs....but will have to nurse the food poisoning from China before I head in to check out the oinks!

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    1. Missyblurkit: here's wishing you the speediest recovery possible, ya! And hoping that you'll be able to check out the pigs before bidding farewell to 2012 =)

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  9. Can I be stupid and ask what are air-fried fries...?

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: not a silly question at all. from the internet, here's what i got ... the method uses a special device that works based on a combination of fan-forced hot air and a grill plate to heat food through. so there's no additional oil used to "fry" the fries :D

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  10. oooh would really love to try their wagyu burger, that looks so delish

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    1. Eiling: yeah, that's one of the best beef burgers i've had this year, i think =)

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