Fork D World Bistro, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya

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With our gears packed, tummies rumbling, and the night still young, we headed towards Damansara Perdana for our next gastroNOMic adventure. We both particularly look forward to this one, as we will be tossing yee sang with other fellow bloggers. And what’s even more interesting, this yee sang for tonight comes with a twist! 😀

Located at Damansara Perdana, Fork D World Bistro opened its’ doors to the public 6 months ago. Dishing up comfort food from recipes passed down from generations, Fork D World Bistro specializes in this : PORK. So pork lovers, rejoice!

Quoting an excerpt from their FB description –

It’s decadence on a plate – and that’s our promise. And if you’re concerned about over-indulging, remember that’s what Cheat Days are for.

Enjoy, because you deserve to.

Now you know why we were looking forward to having a good evening. 🙂 And also, to get all the arteries in us clogged. 😛

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Bacon Bombs [RM 18.00]

We started off the evening with some bite size appetizers, mozzarella encased in crusty puff pastry and finished with an outer layer for bacon. Deep fried just nicely, the bacon bombs were addictive, bacon stripes were not overcooked, with warm mozzarella cheese oozing out at each bite. Just one tip : Eat it while it’s still hot!

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Awesome Bacon Lou Sang [RM 55.00 nett]

The highlight of that evening. 

When this gorgeous platter of yee sang was placed in front of our eyes, all we heard was ‘oohs‘, ‘aahs‘ and ‘wows‘ escaping from the lips of the bloggers.

As opposed to your usual platter of yee sang, this one is just sinful – packing a bunch of artery clogging goodness. But on the other hand, we noticed some rather healthy ones too. Tossed them all together to enjoy the goodness! Crunchy chu yar char & pork skin was definitely addictive, drizzled with yummy bacon infused plum sauce with a sour-y twang, pomelo with guava bits & succulent oranges touch gave it a refreshing aftertaste & the bacon – just upped this to one whole new level.

We both totally loved this, what an awesome take to the good ol’ yee sang. Totally RECOMMENDED!

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Grilled Australian Lamb Loin [RM 35.00]

A recipe of 20 years + passed down from generations, this slab of aussie lamb cut is very nicely marinated and grilled. The meat was served tender, succulent and juicy. Roasted vegetables were a good accompaniment, and not forgetting that strip of bacon on top to seal the whole deal.

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Carbonara [RM 22.00]

Good ol’ carbonara pasta with homemade cream sauce, topped with bacon bits and raw egg yolk. The sauce wasn’t too rich, which made it just nice for finishing. The pasta was also served al dente, just the way we like it. Bacon bits were as always, a welcome addition.

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Siew Yuk Fried Pasta [RM 22.00]

Why were we not introduced to this dish much earlier? Fried pasta with olive oil & secret black sauce topped with siew yuk. The whole dish was totally delectable with crispy siew yuk, albeit a tad oily, we wolf-ed it down in no time. Second helping, please?

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Porky Bacon Lasagne [RM 25.00]

Homemade tomato paste with pastry, bacon bits and a drizzle of honey, coupled with 3 hours of baking produced this delectable dish. The lasagne sat very well with gNOMe 2, she particularly loved the homemade tomato base sauce which had a mix of sweetness and that sour-y hint. Together with bacon chips and of course, Tabasco sauce, what’s not to like? 🙂

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Roast Pork Pizza [RM 22.00]

Pizza with all the usual suspects like capsicum, onions and cheese? What’s the difference? Siew yuk being added to the mix immediately transformed the whole game. Suddenly the pizza had a really Chinese taste to it. Rather interesting one.

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Sambal Shrimp Pizza [RM 22.00]

An interesting take to the pizza – sambal (chili paste) tomato base sauce & shimps & bacon chips & cheese & onion. Some slight heat was apparent but not too overwhelming. Again the addition of a particularly Malaysian ingredient made this taste rather unique.

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Durian Egg Pudding [RM 8.00]

Everything is made in house, including Fork D World Bistro’s own range of desserts. This Durian Egg Pudding had a real taste of durian to it. The egg provided a rather milky quality to the whole mix. One for the durian fans.

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Choco Brownie Ala-Mode [RM 12.00]

Moist brownies with cream cheese toppings served with vanilla ice cream. The whole combination was indeed delectable, the cream cheese topping was an interesting twist! The toppings for the brownies changes regularly, one may get different toppings on different bake days – Peanut M&Ms, Chocolate Mint, Cream Cheese, Chocolate Orange Filing.

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Savoury Waffles [RM 16.00]

Two huge pieces of savoury waffles with chocolate ice cream. After coming out from the waffle grill, the waffles are placed in the oven to maintain the crispiness. The gNOMes weren’t too fond of this one though, as it didn’t leave much of an impression.

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Apple Crumble Ala-Mode [RM 10.00]

Hot apple crumble pie with vanilla ice-cream. The apple puree had a healthy balance of sweet, while the crumbs complemented the whole mix. The apple crumble was also more importantly hot enough for the ice-cream to melt on top of it.

Verdict : The gNOMes were actually quite impressed with most of the food here, as it was mostly good. We were actually surprised that we never knew of the existence of this place. For porky goodness, this is a place to be.

Celebrate this Chinese New Year by ushering in the Year of the Monkey by tossing the Awesome Bacon Lou Sang. The Awesome Bacon Lou Sang is available for pre-order (1-2 days in advance) for dine in or take away. The Lou Sang will be available until the last day of the Chinese New Year.

Fork D World Bistro will be closed from 7th till 14th February for Chinese New Year celebrations.

How to get there :

Address : D2-G-3A, Ritze Perdana 1 Commercial Lot, Jalan PJU 8/2, Damansara Perdana, 47820 Petaling Jaya

Contact Number : +603-7731 3827

Opening Hours : Mondays to Saturdays. 1100 hours till 2200 hours.

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