Porki Society at Sea Park, Petaling Jaya is a Thai restaurant serving all pork dishes. Their main dish is the boat noodle which is made popular by the Boat Noodle started in Empire Damansara. You may read about Boat Noodle in my blog post of their Jaya One branch. However, the boat noodle in Porki Society is served with pork and the one at Jaya One does not have pork and served only with chicken or beef. So, for pork lovers, Pork Society is a better choice if you want to be a part of this boat noodles’ craze.
The Porki Society is a awesome place for pork lovers.
Six bowls of boat noodles. You can choose between rice noodle or meehoon and between soup or dry. Each is only RM 1.90. The portion is small and for me I need to eat at least 4 bowls to be satisfied. I prefer the soup one as the soup tasted nice.
This is the dry meehoon boat noodle, served with pork, pork liver, pork rinds and mint leaves. The portion seems bigger than the Boat Noodle at Jaya One.
This is the soup rice noodle boat noodle. As you can see here the soup consists of sweet pig’s blood. Pig’s blood is rich in vitamin C, protein, riboflavin, iron, calcium, phosphorus and other minerals. Personally I prefer the taste of rice noodle to go with my boat noodle.
Closer look on the delicious pork ball and pork liver. The taste of Boat Noodle at Jaya one is stronger than the one at Porki Society. It is nice to have many choices of food taste around Petaling Jaya.
Order many many bowls of boat noodle so that you can get full. We all like varieties, With boat noodles you can have dry and soup with meehoon and rice noodle in one meal.
Moo Tod Porki or fried pork cutlet. Rm 5.90 for 50 gram. Didn’t get to try this as it is ordered by my friend.
Moo Ping Porki BBQ or barbecued pork. Perfectly marinated and tasted well with the special Thai sauce. Very juicy and perfectly grilled. RM 4.90 for 2 pieces and RM 11.90 for 5 pieces.
The pork BBQ goes really well with the boat noodle.
Moo Ping Porki BBQ is barbecued on the charcoal in the kitchen.
The four sauces available for you to eat with the boat noodle. But I never use them as the taste is just nice for me.
Bond, James Bond, eating 11 bowls of boat noodle.
The Porki Society restaurant’s interior
The interior of Porki Society with colorful chairs and tables.
The chairs for customers to sit and wait if it is full house. The floor is using colorful wood as well.
Some decoration on the walls in the Porki Society restaurant. Chocolate comes from cocoa, which is a tree, that makes it a plant. Therefore, chocolate counts as salad.
Another side of the interior of Porkie Society. Quite nice and spacious for you to enjoy a dinner here.
Bottles of coca-cola used as decoration.
Boat noodles are originally served on boats at Thailand.
The exterior of Porki Society. Located at this row of old shop houses in Sea Park, Petaling Jaya.
The Porkie Society is opened from 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 10pm on Monday to Friday. On weekend, they are opened from 11am to 3pm and 6pm to 10pm.
The one page menu of the Porkie Society. Click for bigger size. There are many more snacks that we haven’t try yet. Will come back again to try them all.