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Friday, June 5, 2009

BellyGood, Dataran Mentari, Bandar Sunway

Warning: Tidak Ditanggung Halal

Another food review session organized by Tim. This was a month ago, only now I have time to write T_T. I invited Charlie to come along as I see his Plurk that he's currently near Amcorp Mall. There were already a lot of foodies there when we reached BellyGood. 5 minutes later Nicole came in and I wave to her. Then Tim asked me, is she my guest? I told him that's Nicole, she's on the invited list in the Facebook event. That's the fun of food session like this, you'll be meeting people on your Facebook that you haven't met before. Tim then introduced me to Ev, Selena, Eu Gene, Ellie (she's in my Facebook even before I meet her, funny), and Bangsar Babe. Foodies that I've met before are Ken, Wilson and Rebecca.

While waiting for our food:


Nicole showing her pic with Simon Yam.

Eve, the manager of the restaurant then come to brief us on the food that we'll be eating later. BellyGood practice open kitchen concept, so you'll be able to see the juicy pork being grilled.

For starters, there's Baked Portobello Mushroom with Bacon and Cheese, Chili Munchies, Salmon Salad, and Pork Cracklings. My favourite is of course the Pork Cracklings (RM 6.50), which is pork skin cleaned and fried to crisp, very good to go with beer. The other favourite of mine is the Baked Portobello Mushroom with Bacon and Cheese (RM 12.50), pork bacon were used here, enough said.

Salmon Salad (RM 23.90)

Chili Munchies (RM 6.50)

Baked Portobello Mushroom with Bacon and Cheese (RM 12.50)

Pork Cracklings (RM 6.50)

They serve Hoegaarden Light here. Nicole and her bf ordered it. Bangsar Babe ordered too. I was broke so didn't order beer. I found out that Bangsar Babe also write a column for The Star Metro. Hers is published every Tuesday while Nicole's Blogged Out will be publish every 1st and 3rd Saturday.

The lovely Babe. Buy The Star every Tuesday to see her face in Metro.

It's time for the main. Mixed Platter (RM 23.90), Original Grilled Pork Belly (RM 21.90), Original Grilled Pork Ribs (RM 23.90), Pork Tenderloin with Creamy Mustard Sauce (RM 26.90), Pork Tenderloin with Creamy Hot Sauce (RM 26.90), Pork Tenderloin with Creamy Brown Sauce (RM 26.90), Baby Back Ribs (RM 29.90), Sautéed Bacon Capellini (RM 17.50) and Sausage Platter (RM 26.90).

Mixed Platter is actually two signature dishes in one plate. Grilled pork belly and pork ribs served together bathed in our House Special Rib/ Belly sauce accompanied with mash and coleslaw. So, if you want to try the best of both world (sounds so Hannah Montana here), this is one dish that you must order.

Pork Tenderloin with Creamy Brown Sauce (RM 26.90)

Most of us like the house special sauce which is sweet and sourish. It goes very nicely with the grilled pork. The penne side is a bit bland though.

Original Grilled Pork Belly (RM 21.90)

Sorry for the blur pictures from here because my camera's lens starts to acting up here that leads me to have to bring it to the service center to have it fix. Lucky still under warranty.

Baby Back Ribs (RM 29.90)

Sausage Platter consists of 4 types of sausages - pork chorizo, pork oriental, and spicy Hungarian served with fries and thai chilli sauce.

Sautéed Bacon Capellini - Angel hair pasta tossed with sautéed bacon, mushrooms, chopped chilies, tomatoes, with garlic wine sauce.

Overall there's some hit and misses that night. I personally like the pork ribs and baby pork ribs. Of course, the grilled pork belly is also my favourite. As for the tenderloin, I found it too be a bit dry, maybe it's because I like fat :p

Proof that the rib is a must try here.

After filling up, it's time to take picture with the foodies there.

Rachel's fiancee.

I saw Rebecca Saw (yes, lame, I know)

Me, Charlie,

With Tim.

While their bfs were taking picture with other female foodies.


No. 20, Jalan PJS 8/18, Dataran Mentari,
Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya.
T: 03-5630 1699 F: 03-5630 1360

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J2Kfm said...

lovely pieces of meat.
both edible and non-edible kinds. hahahaha ... :)

Nicholas Leong said...

All is well with the world when theres pork! :D

Ciki said...

seeing rebecca saw is luvlee! not lame:P lol.. (yar, i know wotju mean la.. just teasing)

Anonymous said...

I'm yet to visit Sunway and many more places here in KL. Love the looks of the salmon salad hey :)

Simon Seow said...

James: what ler you

Nicholas: *nod head*

Cumi & Cuki: thanks for teasing :p

Samantha: no prob, I'll bring you there when you come to KL

Bangsar-bAbE said...

Wah Simon! Ini post banyak backdated hor... =P

The pork belly was the best thing that night, no?

Simon Seow said...

Sue Lynn: yeah, i got a month old backlogs queuing.

Tummythoz said...

A truly porky outing. Talking abt food not foodies.

EVo said...

Ehhh..! how come i didn't appear in ur post one? haha.

Btw i haven't posted yet. damn paiseh wei. nvm least can spread the publicity over a longer period of time don't u think xD

Simon Seow said...

Tummythoz: yeah, pork pork best.

Evo: I don't know, didn't get your pic?? yeah, spread it longer the publicity.