Friday, May 1, 2015

Ticklish Ribs & 'Wiches @ Sea Park, Petaling Jaya

This distinctive new destination hopes to hog the limelight for meat lovers, tickling the taste buds by tackling pork ribs & sandwiches with gumption & gusto in a spirited setting that springs to life with musical gigs & stand-up comedy nights.

TC, Mun Leong & their exuberant team have laboured hard on their BBQ ribs recipe, relying on what they consider the most satisfying local pork possible, marinated till thoroughly savoury & fired to a fleshy tenderness, offered in 'spicy' & 'not really' renditions. RM20 for a half-serving of three ribs, RM38 for six. Sticky-crackly; suitable for folks who like their flavours punchy.

There's a surprisingly wide selection of sandwiches - choose from fun fillings like You Braise Me Up (pork belly), Chewbakkwa (chewy pork), Pull Your Leg (pulled pork), Hoilam Ting (Hainanese-inspired pork chop), Once You Go Black (black-sauce pork), Lazy Bones (pork rib meat ripped from the bones) & SSShock Sendiri (spicy-sweet-salty battered pork) in charcoal, white or wholemeal bread. Most of these hearty sandwiches cost RM15-RM16 each; optional add-ons include fried eggs, cheese or caramelised onions. Feeling crazy? Try 'The Psycho Sandwich,' which contains EVERY meat preparation for RM80.

Side orders are cutely called 'Koochi Koos' - the Freaky Fries are piled with pork & cheese (RM5), while the O.M.G. Garlic turns out to be a fragrant fry-up (RM5). Sip on Strongbow (RM18) & savour the positive vibes here. Ticklish Ribs & 'Wiches will open on Saturday, May 2, starting from 5pm; many thanks to the restaurant's friendly founders for hosting this lively preview.

 Ticklish Ribs & 'Wiches PJ
5 Jalan 21/11A, Seapark, Petaling Jaya. Opens May 2 onwards, 5pm-10pm. Closed Mondays

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25 comments:

  1. Lovely ribs!!! Drooling!!! Name sounds kinda fetish though...tickle tickle. LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: can't resist chomping into a rack of ribs! :) haha, a tickle fetish? heheh :D

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  2. Some eye-catching decor here and the dishes look mouth-wateringly good.

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    1. The Yum List: kudos to the graffiti artist, the interior designer and the menu creators! :)

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  3. This is such a neat place!!! :)

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    1. Linda: am glad you like it too! :)

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  4. Wow this place seems very crowded.
    The ribs look yummy! Did you try The Psycho Sandwich? Hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, yeah, it was a healthy crowd :D actually we tried ordering the Psycho Sandwich, but it wasn't available yet for that evening, heheh :)

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  5. Nice..love the cheeky phrases around the outlet too!

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    1. Rebecca: heheh, ya, i wanted to explore the corners and take more pics of the different phrases, but it was bit too crowded for that :D

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  6. Sean, you just tickled my fancy! ;D

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    1. Contact.ewew: i hope you'll find yourself chuckling all the way to Tickles! :)

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  7. oh yes count me in ..meat lovers

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    1. Cquek: heheh, you can join our carnivores' club! :D

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  8. I like their design and it is nice!

    =)

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    1. Happy walker: ya, cool look! :D

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  9. The ribs look really good, and I love the basket light fitting. :)

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    1. Baby Sumo: the owners will glad you noticed their unique lighting and furnishing! :D

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  10. We just ate there just now and yummy ribs indeed. Sea Park is becoming a happening place. About time too since we stay nearby

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    1. lOvaBle mnm: thanks, glad to hear you enjoyed the meal. here's looking forward to even more eateries popping up in sea park ;)

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  11. What a fun filled menu they are having! But that bowl of fried garlic bulbs make me fainted!

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, i love garlic! :D

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  12. Hi I can't find the address on the map. Any landmarks? Thank you

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    1. Nana: hi, it's on the row that's opposite the Shell station, i believe. good luck.

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  13. Is the owner aware that he is insulting Hainanese people by naming the dish Hoilam Ting?

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