Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Lye@110 @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail

TTDI's new hog haven is worth pigging out at: Start with the seared pork belly, cooked with Guinness for a 'drunken' embellishment, partnered with Hasselback potatoes, capsicum puree, grilled apples and apple cider cream (RM18.80 nett), and smoked ribs, flavoured with jasmine tea for a Foochow flourish, completed with scallion mash and roasted carrots (RM18.80 too).

Lye@110's kitchen deserves praise for the satisfying execution of its creations, which clock in at reasonable prices for portions that straddle the line between small plates and main courses. You'll also find everything from salted pork neck to breaded pork fillet, pork chops with spicy mint sauce to bangers with mash - all at RM18.80 each as well.

The wallet-comforting rates extend to the beer; cans of Kirin, Leo, Bintang, Budweiser, San Miguel, Singha, Tiger, Tsingtao and many more cost RM8.80 each.

Be sure to also check out the Jenga blocks on the tables; they come with their own twists. Bonus fun fact: Lye@110 reputedly takes the surname of one of its founders.

Lye@110, 110A, First Floor, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. 
Daily, 4pm-4am (but kitchen might only open at 6pm). Tel: 03-7731-4786



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8 comments:

  1. That pork belly sure sounds interesting but it is so very small - I would need two or three, at least. :D Smoked rib looks good too!

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    1. Suituapui: heh, i think my close-up of the belly might not have illustrated its size perfectly. it was actually a decent size :D

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  2. Oh yes, I must go check this out! I'm in for any piggie delights :)

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    1. Phong Hong: hopefully you'll be in hog heaven here :D

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  3. I like the sound of 18.80 and 8.80! ;D First time I've seen Jenga blocks on the table...to keep the children busy while their mommies (and daddies) happily booze away? ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, auspicious numbering ;) oh, if you do come here, check out the jenga blocks - they're customised, and i think they might actually be meant for the adults :D

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  4. The glazed pork belly looked really inviting!

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    1. Choi Yen: it was a good belly, we enjoyed it :D

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