Sorry to my Muslim readers as the following post will be completely non halal. The Meaty House as its name suggests, their menu made out of pork dishes mostly, from Western like German knuckle to Oriental’s bak- kut-teh, they have it all.
The chain of restaurant is established by couple Willy and Nina Wong. Quality is ensured with ISO 9001 as they also own their own pig rearing business in Malacca. Their business ranges from rearing and meat processing to wholesale and retailing.
Their house specialty – German pork knuckle which the manager Simon claimed it as the best in town and texas baby ribs (it seems like ribs are getting a lot of attention now with some specialty place like Checkers
(Pasan Kia), The Rib Shop
and the new opening of Tony Roma’s
at sunway pyramid)
You can get your daily dose of oink oink meat here. They have assorted of sausages, bacons, pork ribs and pork collar.
Simon kept on persuading us to try the Pork Knuckles, but we are not brave enough at the moment. Our greatest phobia is something gelatinous and oily, hmmmm just like pork knuckles or fat belly. (ewww you get the picture?)
Ice Lemon Tea – The colour looks gross because they blended the whole lemon, flesh and skin all into the blender. It’s kinda refreshing tough, good to wash away all the fats going in later.
Not an ordinary mushroom soup – It tastes porky which is very much to our liking! Simon told us that they mixed the cream of mushroom into a clear pork rib broth. I’d never tasted something like that before, at least its a new taste for me.
Honey roasted pork collar with coleslaw, pickled carrots and pineapples. The side dish are too sourish that we left it aside.
Look at the pinkish porky! The fats and lean meat are distributed evenly resulting in a chewy and delicate texture. It has a sweet and rich flavour and unbelievable juiciness. Something that is highly recommended by Kgboy.
Vienna foot long sausages with bacons – Nothing to shout about, at least the sauce is nice and goes well with the sausage and bacons.
Meaty House is slightly on a cheaper side, the pork knuckle costs less than rm 30 and their weekday set menu ranges from rm 15 to rm 20 inclusive of a choice of barley or ice lemon tea, cream of mushroom, 3 side dishes and the main course.
37, Jalan USJ 10/1D, Taipan Triangle, Subang UEP, Selangor
Open from noon to 3pm and 6pm to 10pm