Betty’s Midwest Kitchen, Aman Suria

Posted: 2010-04-04 by W in 7.0 - 7.9, Drink, Eat, Lunch, Maiden Experience, Non-halal, Non-vegetarian, Western
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... shop front of the place recommended by CTSW.

... non halal, oink.

... a view of the menu.

...100 Plus as drink.

... cover of menu.

... marinated pork ribs.

... CTSW ordered the Sloppy Joe. It comes with a special dipping sauce.

... not sure if original meatloaf is like this, but this was quite nice, but very filling.

Rating: 7/10

This is my first time here despite it’s quite near to where I stay. Aside from that, I didn’t even know this place existed. CTSW whom has been here before, wasn’t being much of a help on what to have. He ordered something light, the Sloppy Joe, while he did mentioned that the meatloaf was nice. When I saw the pork ribs on the menu, I can’t help but ordered it so we could try more stuff.

His Sloppy Joe was not bad. The sauce was like bolognaise sauce used in pasta. Dip the bun, fries into the sauce, or laden the bun with sauce and fries, then eat like a burger.

The meatloaf was indeed quite nice. Despite being only 2-little piece, they were quite tasty and soft. Somehow, the mashed potato was overkilling.

The marinated pork ribs was quite nice. A little sweetened and they fell off the bones easily.

The food here was quite nice, but we were dead full. The price was reasonable. All these cost less than RM70. A good alternative if one has had too much Friday’s or Chili’s.

... aftermath of the pork ribs.

... I think would be on everyone's face after they had the pork ribs.

  1. EL says:

    When wanna take me there?

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