Honey Barbequed Pork Ribs @ Jalan Angsoka, KL

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Did that tickle your taste buds? It should. Vegetarian, non-halal, whichever background you come from, if these pictures don’t make you salivate (you don’t have to eat it, right? :P) then there’s something wrong with your tastebuds. Or should I say, eyes. lol.



Anyway presenting one of the best places to eat Honey Barbequed Pork Ribs, among others such as Char Siew, Siu Yoke etc. I know I know, you’re gonna ask isn’t Tengkat Tong Shin there the best place for these delicacies? My answer: PRICE. I will not pay for overpriced good food, simply because I think honesty is best preserved in the food business.



You do not cut your valued customer’s throats, in ANY segment. As far as the food industry is concerned, this applies as well. Well, here in Jalan Angsoka, KL, you’ll get good pricing as well as tasty, yummy dishes! Even looking at these pictures again makes me want to grab my computer screen and take a bite off it.



Of course Roast Chicken and Duck are also served here, as with many stalls of similar kind. Tender meat, tasty duck, all goods and passes with no complains from me.



Maybe something else worth trying is the rice and sauce. I have something with rice and sauces, as in back then in London, I used to go Four Seasons to have multiple rice portions eaten with just the sweetish sauce, without any meat! Well in this case it was worth doing the same, I really loved the sauce here, goes so well with the meat. As for the rice, I love it that it’s not too butterily tasty, just enough to give the dash of aroma complementing the delicacies spread before me.



Veggies are plentiful as well. We decided to go for sour & spicy veggie that was served piping hot. Unfortunately it wasn’t that tasty, nor spicy or sour, a little unimpressive if you ask me. Must try other veggie dishes maybe when I’m back here again.



This review was made available thanks to Jason Sim, my buddy. His pictures can be found here and the way to get here is also really easy coming from Pavilion or Wisma Genting, Raja Chulan Monorail station. One just needs to get to the Istana Hotel and head around it to find this large tree behind Hotel Istana, and that’s where you will find this little chicken rice stall ๐Ÿ™‚

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