The Hungry Hog, Subang – Pork Burgers, Bangers & Mash & Pork Ribs!

Hello Hellloooo!!

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OMGGGGG… he’s such a cute little piggy isn’t he? :P

It’s a bit surreal to go gaga all over these cute memorabilias of the swine and yet, 20 minutes later you’re heartily tucking into dishes that are made out of these cute little piggies…

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but I digress….

My pork burger radar bought me here to the unfamiliar territory of SS15 Subang.
The Hungry Hog (total approval awarded for such an original name!) is not at the popular stretch of SS15; where the Asia Cafe and Snowflakes are located but it occupies a lot at the quieter side along rows of shophouses.

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The main goal was to chow the Pork Burger of course, followed by the the Guinness Beef Stew. Unfortunately, they were out of Guinness Beef Stew by 8pm, and we settled for The Bangers and Mash instead.

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Yes, 8pm. Even though located at a not-so prominent location, The Hungry Hog has it’s share of fans. The restaurant was full and there were a constant stream of customers throughout the night.

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The Hungry Hog Pork Burger aka 3 Little Pigs – RM15.90.

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The Bangers and Mash. RM15.90.

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We had absolutely no regrets whatsoever as the bangers and mash were lip-smackingly good! The Hungry Hog is actually a newly start-up restaurant to their existing made to order meat-based items online store (mostly swine-related) and hence the sausage is their own homemade recipe.

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The bangers were juicy and meaty with little filler. Seasonings were added  in the right doses; and the result was tasty yet not too salty sausages.  The accompanying mash was perfectly executed as well, not too buttery or rich but full of real potato flavour. Even the gravy was faultless to me. I admit I enjoyed this dish very very much! :P


Somehow the pork burger paled in comparison after the bangers and mash.

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Don’t get me wrong, I like the pork burger too but El Meson’s Pork Burger (RM25.90++)  rules and for a cheaper alternative, Andes’ BYO at Aman Suria (RM12.90) still holds the award for the best pork burger. The one at here comes close though.

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For RM15.90, one can’t really complain for an adequately prepared pork patty, 2 slices of bacon plus ham all encased in a freshly house-baked bun (yes, the bun was good too!). Generous servings of fries and salad completely the ensemble.

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What we had impressed us enough for a 2nd visit. This time I called in advance to order the Guinness Beef Stew. I’m not sure what happened; I think it was discontinued or something and we ended up with the FeijoadaRM15.90.

A Feijoada is a hearty black bean and mixed meat stew that is often associated as the national dish of Brazil. The Hungry Hog uses pork for this recipe, and we agreed to their recommendation without any hesistancy.

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At first glance it looked very Chinese, especially since when it came served with rice! I stared at it in disbelief but since the test is in the taste I withheld verdict till I had a few mouthfuls.

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The final verdict was not in their favour though. All 3 of us thought it lacked the robustness and depth of flavour of a stew. Brazilian or what-not, this was like bland Chinese pork stew with a mistaken identity – this part is refering to the slices of orange & salsa sides.

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We gave up on this after a while and waited for the ribs instead. Pork ribs at a porky outlet shouldn’t fare too badly; we hoped silently inside….


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The ribs were decent, both in taste and size. But would we come back for it? Not me though, as I prefer my ribs where the marination are thoroughly infused right to the bone. But my makan mates enjoyed it, and the meat remained tender at all parts of the ribs.

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Note: Iced water are charged RM0.50 per glass while their refreshing lemonade is RM3.50. 10% service tax applies but there are no government tax for now.

The Hungry Hog (www)
71, Jalan SS15/4C,
47500 Subang Jaya
Opening Hours: 12:00 – 2:30pm, 6:00 – 10:00pm (closed on Mondays)

Call: 012 – 2250 877.

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This Post Has 18 Comments

  1. nikel

    Look nice.. loving pork burger!!! :good:

  2. Isaac Tan

    hey i like this shop, fits me and my tummy so well! Lol. Definately some serious Lardcore business there

  3. Sean

    i think this is a nice example of a restaurant that works hard and has its hard work pay off! it seems packed on a regular sunday night 😀

    1. rebeccasaw

      Yup! I hope they expand their menu though.. 2 visits and I’m done with the food already..

  4. Michelle chin

    too meaty for my liking but i’m glad to discover this post. 😉

  5. J2Kfm

    On the contrary, I thought the burger was better than the Bangers N Mash though. The sausages a little too porky (gamey?).

    1. rebeccasaw

      Eh? Little fillers are better for me! Perhaps that’s why it’s porky?

  6. Lotsofcravings

    I think the 10% service tax is service charge. Restaurants under 3 mil of sales don’t have to register and collect the 6% service tax aka govt tax.

    Looking at the big portion of mash, feel like making some!

    1. rebeccasaw

      Yes, I do know the difference between service an govt tax.

      Oh, the mash was superb!

  7. FiSh

    the food looks great but too much fries on the plate makes the dish doesn’t really worth the money anymore 🙂

    1. rebeccasaw

      Hi Fish! 🙂
      Well, for RM15.90+, other places gives u much less. So for here, prices are not so much a factor than taste.

  8. JoinMe

    Hi rebeccasaw
    Kindly be informed that this post has been reprinted on, thanks. ^^
    P/S: We have put your name and link credit back to this article.

  9. kianfai87

    3 little pig is awesome 😀

    and I will be there for more!

    Better be there on day time, because night time will be dam alot of people! (spacing in Restaurant is small thou)

    1. rebeccasaw

      Totally agree! Small outlet, can’t seat that many people. Day time? I working lorrr!

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