Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Three Wise Monkeys @ Setia Walk Puchong

Puchong's wisest patrons might make a beeline for Three Wise Monkeys, a cheekily named, pork-loving bistro that's one of this neighborhood's safest dining bets.

The pork burger here isn't officially supposed to include a fried egg, but when we requested a sunny-side-up topping, the kitchen provided us with two (!).

We'll go bananas for a patty this thick & juicy, intriguingly capped with sauerkraut.

Patrons can customize their pizzas with their choice of toppings: We built this baby with a threesome of pork _ Hungarian bratwurst, streaky bacon & BBQ pork chunks. Devilishly sinful, with plenty of cheese.

A one-of-a-kind, surf-&-turf cross between Eggs Benedict & Atlantic, featuring both serrano ham & smoked salmon.

Pork neck steak, a 220-gram slab of succulence, with potatoes & pineapples.

Monkeying around with banana-laced cocktails, including a fruity caipirinha.

Monkey Shooter & Monkey Graveyard. We might be drinking Graveyards, but thankfully, SetiaWalk is well & alive with customers.

Breezy & not (too) sleazy; we could imagine hanging out here more if we lived in Puchong.

Be careful while stepping out _ there's water through the pathways.



Three Wise Monkeys,
E-2-G, Setiawalk Puchong.
Tel: 03-5882-0025
Open daily through late.

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26 comments:

  1. The pork neck steak sounds briliant! succulent meat! yummeh!

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    1. Missyblurkit: heh, am a fan of pork neck! this reminds me, i think Vintry does a good pork neck satay :D

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  2. I absolutely love all those clocks on the wall! It gives a warm, nostalgic feel! Being able to customize your pizza sounds great. I love the water through the walkways. The parasols in the drinks are colourful and attractive. The pork neck steak looks amazing! Great post, Sean, your reviews keep getting better and better!

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    1. Linda: that's true, the clocks are a fantastic touch to the decor here! and i always love seeing those little umbrellas in my cocktails :D thanks for the very kind words =)

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  3. Whoaaaaaaa! Wat an eggtastic pork burger...overflowing with goodness =)

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    1. Ulric: yeah, definitely the burger for egg-lovers! :D

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    2. I can imagine d textures of d pork neck steak...yums! =)

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    3. Ulric: ya, nicely balanced between being tender and offering some resistance for a better bite! =)

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  4. Oooo...nice! Love the eggs with the runny yolks! Ah well, the three wise monkeys did not say eat no evil... Nom! Nom! Nom! LOL!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheheh, yes, the three wise monkeys would say, go ahead and indulge! :D

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  5. No truffle or foie gras on your pizza? hehehehe

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    1. CK: heheh, no lah, this restaurant doesn't offer truffles or foie gras (yet!) :D

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  6. It seems threesomes are all the rage in town lately! I'd love to try out that pizza...with a few more meat toppings for me! :D

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    1. DropsofContentment: oooh ya, you're right, the meat didn't end up blanketing the entire pizza! could definitely have added some more! :D

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  7. Wahh...been wanting to try this place. But have doubts. Now that you've tried..I think its a 'wise' choice to go ;-)

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    1. Melissa: heheh, i think it's actually pretty good for both the decor and the food. hope you enjoy it if u try it! =)

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  8. Wah the burger and the fried egg.... and the poached egg is so nicely done too.

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, they really respect their eggs here and do them justice! :D

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  9. fab! looks like a trip to Puchong is due :)
    Eh got wifi or not :P

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    1. TNG: i think i'm gonna be hanging out in puchong more often, since there are quite a number of cafes opening up :D oooh, not sure about wi-fi, but i assume got :D

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  10. Looks like a funky little place. Puchong is getting itself in the groove!

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: yeah, slowly but surely, this is becoming a suburb to watch! :D

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  11. Oh my, after looking at your pork burger with egg.. I think I'll request the same next time I order a burger.

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    1. The Yum List: oh yeah, i do believe that no pork burger is ever complete without an egg! heheh :D

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  12. Hi Sean,

    Very nice writeup! Would you mind if I include these fab pictures into this Setiawalk review?

    http://goodplace.my/blog/setiawalk/

    Let me know :)

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    1. Rebecca: yes, thanks for checking. do insert a credit back to this blog =)

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