Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf @ Bangsar Village 1
After hearing so many good reviews about the Pig & Wolf at Bangsar Village, the wife and I decided to try this place out. Do you know what’s the Chinese name of Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf? It’s “三只小猪与大野狼”! Haha lolz it’s via google translation not me okay!
Three Little Pigs & the Big Bad Wolf (三只小猪与大野狼)
The atmosphere was great, very relaxed with a good selection of songs played.
I spotted “Eggs Benedict” on their menu and since its not 6pm yet, I immediately ordered that.
Eggs Benedict – RM 18
The eggs were lovely and the bread was well toasted. The creamy sauce was well balanced by the salty streaky bacon. Just one word: Delicious!!!
The wife, who couldnt resist high-carb food, ordered their signature pasta “The Wolf’s Favourite”.
The Wolf’s Favourite – RM 27
Very creamy spaghetti with smoked pork bacon, topped with a poached egg and crispy bacon bits. This is the winner meal! It’s absolutely tasty!!!
In addition, we ordered Big Breakfast set to share as we both heart American style breakfast. They call it “I’m So Hungry I Could Eat A Wolf”.
I’m So Hungry I Could Eat A Wolf – RM28
It looks rather normal, nothing to shout about. We weren’t impressed and thought its overpriced. Don’t think we will order this ever again.
Plain water in a nice glass bottle that you can get from Ikea? Haha.
Nothing to shout about for their juices and coffee.
To sum up, there’s hit and miss food. Overall, both the wife and I think the food is good and the portions’ just nice for the two of us.
Since the wife is all happy and satisfied with her food, then i reckon’ the money is well spent. Thus, I foresee myself checking his place again soon 😉
Three Little Pigs – is a casual dining experience, and dishes are served as soon as they are ready, without prejudice.
Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf -Bangsar Village 1
Location: Ground Floor, Bangsar Village I, Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: 10am-10pm
Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf is situated at outside Village Grocer, facing the open-air car park.