Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Bacon & Balls

It seems that new eateries are coming up in Jalan Lazat, Happy Garden (Taman Gembira) or some may say it is located in Taman Bukit Indah or refer to the nearby Sri Petaling. Here is the location on G map.

Effort has been made to decorate the eatery with white picket fences and metal planter window still box for plants in pots.

The tagline "Premium Cuts for Quality Meat" for those who love their bacon and pork ribs.

Opening Hours: 9am to 3pm and 6pm to 9pm. They are closed on Mondays. Hopefully someone will write a full review on this place soon. I won't be going because I don't fancy pork that much. From the few reviews I have read so far, the porky food is delicious.

The owner of Bacon & Balls operates "Cappuccino Garden" that serves local and western meals, cakes and coffee one shoplot away from his new venture for many years now. I have eaten here 3 or 4 times I think in 2013 but when I am in this area, I tend to eat at local cofffee shops with my budget of MYR6 and for this price, I am not sure whether or not I can even get a cup of coffee at this eatery (not that I drink coffee).

36 comments:

  1. Love the Bacon & Balls building. It looks so English, and it's so clinically white. You did not go in and try? Ya...bet the things don't come cheap...you've got to chip in for all the expenses on the decor...and the aircon and all. :D

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    1. No, I am not going to try. I see the owner chose the correct look for his restaurant as many like it.

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  2. aiyah, I was so excited to see this beautiful little eatery selling pork.. was expecting to see some dishes and comments from you.. but you were also waiting for reviews like me!! haha.. I love pork and bacon definitely delights me, hehehe~~ :p

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    1. Then go and try this place out since you love pork and bacon. It is quite near your office, right?

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    2. Yes!!! He could throw a stone from his office window.
      Jom Thambee!

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  3. I'm back from Europe! Gosh, I miss your posts. The cafe is so pretty, Mun! Would love to check them out. xoxo

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    1. Good to know that you are back safely! Hope you enjoyed your trip!

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  4. I like the white colour finish of the cafe

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    1. You like pure looking items I guess.

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  5. Its a beautiful place, love the outside decorations, white paint and plants. It has an expensive look. The name very easy to remember.

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    1. Yes it is like a charming white horse in a market place because there is a makeshift wet morning market right along the road in front of this restaurant.

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  6. that's a catchy name. "Bacon" "BALLS". darn, i want to see inside! guess gotta do google images for now, lol!

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    1. Can you find any images of the interior?

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  7. oh... seems like they're closed for most of the time...

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    1. Here, eateries mostly close after lunch and open again for dinner.

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  8. Bacon & Balls sound very very interesting.. Sekali pandang, already know it's western food.. I'm imagining every dish got bacon, and their "balls" is cheese balls or meatballs or something like that..

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    1. You are right! I did see some dishes like that online when people go eat there.

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  9. I was surprised when I saw the post title as I know you don't eat bacon at all! :D So, your trip here was confined to a pic of the outside and hoping someone else would write a review, hmmm....:) It looks new as construction seems to be going on still upstairs?

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    1. I am not sure whether upstairs will be occupied by the same restaurant or not. My trip there was to the makeshift wet morning market along the whole road in front of this restaurant to eat my MYR6 breakfast.

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  10. Hmm, maybe I can try this when I drop my friend off when coming back from Penang next time. His home is at Jalan Lazat, on the opposite end from the shops..

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    1. Yes, do try this and write about it!

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  11. It's too far for me, or else I will sure pay them a visit.

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    1. Perhaps one day if you are feeling adventurous, you can venture out to this place to eat the pork knuckle with your brother. :D

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  12. Lovely cafe. Bacons and balls. Nice name.

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    1. Seems like the owner is on the right track!

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  13. That is one area that I don't frequent. I don't know why I've never had the need to go there so I don't think I'll be dining here anytime soon.

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    1. Ya, can understand as some of us are confined to certain areas where we move around. :)

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    1. Sounds like something you may come up with? ;p

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  15. I just love the look of this shop. Can easily be anywhere in Europe.

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    1. Seems like the owner chose the correct look for his restaurant. :)

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