It's Always the Year of the Pig @ Morganfield's

When it comes to food, it's always the best to have pork. Not sure if anyone has the same thought as me, I prefer pork over chicken, will definitely order pork if it's available in the menu list HEHE. Though this year is Goat year, but to Morganfield's, it's always the year of the PIG!

Pork-sperity Lou Sang | RM18.80 (2-3 pax) | RM38.80 (4-5 pax)

Who wants Pork Lou Sang? Without Salmon, pork also could be on of the ingredients for Lou Sang! I have to admit their Lou Sang is unique! Cured pork belly slices with fresh mixed garden salad, apples, mandarin oranges, assorted roasted nuts, crispy tortilla corn chips topped with sweet and sour plum source.

Morgan's Flying Pig | RM148.80 (half pig) | RM258.80 (whole pig)

For some people, it may looks scary, but roasted pig is one of the Chinese tradition's dishes. It served with sauteed mushrooms and potatoes, coleslaw and homemade pork gravy. The pig itself is crispy on the outside and tender from the inside, I like their sauteed potatoes too!

Tried out their Valentine's special set too, it is 3-course meal specially customized for Valentine's Day.

Shrimp Cocktail Salad 

4 juicy shrimps served with mixed green salad, cherry tomatoes, cucumber and Morgan's homemade cocktail dressing.

Sticky Bones

Signature pork ribs with choices of either Hickory BBQ, Garlicky BBQ, Smoked Peppercorn or Spicy Asian BBQ. I like their homemade fries!

Pork Shoulder Chop 

Pork shoulder loin served with red skin mashed potatoes, garden veggies and homemade creamy mustard grain sauce. I like how they paired the pork loin with creamy sauce.

Baobei is here *love*

CNY special set is available from 1st of February to 8th of March 2015. 

Reservation information
Publika Lot 26, ground 3

Once again, Happy Chinese New Year to all of you! May you be happy and prosperous! :D

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