Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Pinoy lunch

It has been more than 2 years since we had been to Pinoy ihaw-ihaw for Filipino cuisine.

So on hubby's birthday, we went there for lunch after the church service. Initially he wanted to go to Tracy's kitchen (the next row after Ambank in Padungan) for its Hakka braised duck (lo ark), but it wasn't open that Sunday. So we ended up in Pinoy since we were already in Padungan area.


There wasn't anyone there. We were the only table so basically we had the whole place to ourselves. Lol.


I had a glass of refreshing organic soya which I enjoyed as it was not too sweet.


We ordered 3 sets of this set lunch that consisted of roasted pork belly, a fried egg and garlic rice. It priced at either RM8 or RM9. I forgot the price already.


The thick pieces of pork belly were crispy and fatty with the fat layers but I were not crazy about it. Hubby liked it very much. As for the egg, it was disappointing as the yolk was over done. I prefer a runny egg but none of us had it that day.


Other than the set lunch, we also ordered 5 sticks of pork satay. RM3 per piece. I liked the satay more. Peppery and sweet chunks of pork.


Overall our lunch cost over RM60. 

13 comments:

mun said...

The yolk inside the fried egg looks kind of fat so I got the impression that it is still runny inside because usually over done egg yolk is very flat.

suituapui said...

I went there once a long long time ago, even before I started blogging - the pork leg was all fat, not nice at all. Nothing like the ones we can get in Sibu...and I never went back again. It is still going strong though, seems to be doing well so I guess they must be heaps netter now.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Have not had satay for a while, seeing it makes me crave for it...

Phong Hong said...

The food looks tasty. I have not has Pinoy food at restaurants. Some recipes I see, the food is quite similar to our local food.

Weekend-Windup said...

Yummy dishes!

reana claire said...

I have my good share of Filipino food in US only.. over here in Ipoh, I don't see any Pinoy food... :)

Libby said...

I like the pork belly and the pork satay, oink oink is one of my favourites

Merryn said...

One thing about me is if I see the outlet having no patrons, I'll walk away. I don't know but maybe because the food is not good hence no one is dining there. But then again, it's always good to give them a chance as who knows, we may actually like their food.

The satay looks good.

The Yum List said...

I really haven't tasted much Filipino cuisine - just a few overly sweet desserts.

Small Kucing said...

Did i read correctly? Pork Belly? Me loveyyyy.....

Shirley Tay said...

Gosh, the roast pork looks so crispy! I want! xoxo

Nancy Chan said...

I like the look of the satay. Haven't tasted Pinoy dishes.

Sharon D said...

I love Filipino cuisine but haven't had it in a long while. You've motivated me to find one in KL this weekend ;)