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Meaty Dishes At The Butcher's Table, Ipoh

BUTCHERING AGAIN...  One of my young friends had not been to The Butcher's Table and the three of us obliged to her request.  We went on one Sunday evening at 7pm, there were still two vacant tables, thank goodness.  The rest were kind of reserved, just a shop lot so tables were quite limited. 

We wanted to try something different this time round... as usual, mostly meat and more various type of meat, either pork or beef so we ordered both types to try. 
For starters, potato salad which is quite a big portion... 
4 of us can share this amount... it is a cold dish...

Then we ordered the Roast Pork western style... 


 
Crispy on the skin and moist inside... 
Reminded me of the German pork knuckle with the sides... 

Sliced beef.. which we did not find favour in it... 
A bit too saltish for us and it is more like processed ham...
Should go with bread or white porridge... LOL... 
And lastly... a more Asian dish...
Fried rice with Pancetta and egg if I am not mistaken...
A slice of pork belly... 
And that was our Sunday evening meal... 
I think I will sustain from the butcher for a long while... 
Too "meaty" just by looking at these pictures!  LOL... 

Comments

  1. Potato salad looks like mashed. I love roast pork, western style - had the German one once, very nice!

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  2. One of the sides for your roast pork dish does look like sauerkraut which is the usual side dish served with pork knuckle in Germany. Are there no salad dishes in the menu? Oh, so the beef slices are salted beef slices? Usually those salted beef slices go into sandwiches.

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  3. I could see the fats in the western roast pork, yums!

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  4. The meat lovers will love this place.

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  5. The pork roast looks so tender and juicy!

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  6. hah..hah...too much meat can feel very jelak.

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