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2014-06-24 11 views
At a quiet corner on Gemmill lane, there lies this cosy restaurant that carries the name "WOLF".Reviews has been going on bragging about their premium pork chops.As a pork lover, this is something that seems interesting for me.Hence, I decided to give it a try.A pork-centric restaurant that features a nose to tail dining it states.We definitely need to try these exotic items.We started off by sharing the pig's head & trotter brawn and the crispy pig's ear.To my astonishment, the taste of these i
Reviews has been going on bragging about their premium pork chops.
As a pork lover, this is something that seems interesting for me.
Hence, I decided to give it a try.
A pork-centric restaurant that features a nose to tail dining it states.
We definitely need to try these exotic items.
We started off by sharing the pig's head & trotter brawn and the crispy pig's ear.
To my astonishment, the taste of these items really deserved two thumbs up.
How the trotter melts in your mouth and the crispiness of the pig's ear has really blown me away.
Moving on to the main course.....
Since the main elements that the restaurant is promoting are pork chops...
We decided to go for the infamous pigs again!
Boy we are spoilt for choices.
There's these superior quality pork chops from top breeds such as kurobuta, Iberian, Mangalica and Nagano.
We had the kurobuta and Iberian (since I only know these 2).
With the price tag of $42 for a slap of pig, this is something that I am setting a high expectation on.
I was shock to learn from the ever friendly guys at WOLF that these pigs are recommended to be prepared medium rare.
I mean pork has to be fully cook right?
To my understanding from the clear explanation from the guys the story goes...
Wild pig has a dietary that they eat anything. Hence if the meat is not fully cooked, the meat will have a high chance of contamination.
However as the pig they imported, all their meals are prepared with strict regulations (or so they speak).
The meat they produce will be free from these contamination and it is much more juicier.
So why not?
Medium rare it is.
The pig is served and "wow" is my 1st impression on visual.
I was surprised that the serving is huge!
Greens, potatoes and sauce are all on the side.
The most important part is here...
1st bite.... "wow, wooooW, WOW!"
Juicy and tender and a punch full of pigs.... Its like you can feel thousand of pigs running towards you...
Can't say more but highly recommended to go try it yourself!!
After finishing the pigs, we didnt have space for any desserts but told the guys at WOLF..... You will see me again.
And I will need to try the rest of your PIGS!
Maybe the reason why its call WOLF is it makes me to be like a wolf thats hungry for the pigs....
Other Info. : go with an empty stomach(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)