Macau Pork Chop Bun RM13.90
While everyone is flocking to instagrammy food for oh-so-pretty presentation, Porco is keeping everything rather modest and simple. Not even a single spring onion on top. But we can’t judge a book by its cover can we?
One bite into the pork chop bun and the flavors are bursting out. These pounded pork chops are marinated with rice wine, brandy, spices and other ingredients for almost a day.
If you don’t mind the calories, try the Macau Pork Chop Bun Special Set (RM17.90) that comes with fried egg, cheese slice and a drink of your choice. Pardon me for the lack of cheese melting photo here as I went back the second time without the camera. Well, I’m sure you get the idea. Just remember to ask for one with runny egg yolk, mine was pretty cooked and didn’t have that amazing egg-oozing-out moment.
Macau Pork Chop Noodle RM13.90
These bouncy noodles are made fresh in-house. Blanched in hot water then mixed with Popo King Light Soy Sauce that they are so proud of, they displayed it along the window. The portion is huge with pork chop being cut in strips for easier consumption. Again,there’s no need for fancy presentation here. Just you, pork chop and the noodle.
Macau Pork Chop Rice with Egg RM14.90
If you just can’t live without the rice, try this pork chop with rice combo. It also comes with a fried egg and their own version of rich curry sauce that caters to Malaysians’ taste.
Macau Curry Fish Balls RM6.90
If you would like to order something else as a side dish, how about the famous HK & Macau style Curry Fish Balls? The curry is so flavorful it paired well with fish balls, rice, or even as a great add-on to the bouncy noodles.
Lot 10 Hutong Food Court
Lower Ground, Lot 10 Shopping Mall
Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia