House of Pok (小猪猪) at The School Jaya One, Petaling Jaya is a Chinese cuisine restaurant serving exotic pork dishes. It opens recently in The School’s Jaya One, replacing The Old School. The name 小猪猪 in Mandarin translates to Little Piggie but I’m not sure why the English name is called House of Pok? As long as it is still related to piggie, I guess it is okay.
What’s special here? The dishes at House of Pok (小猪猪) are served in personal size instead of sharing size like other Chinese restaurants. Besides the yummy pork dishes, there are chicken, tofu, eggs, vegetable and soup dishes as well. Most of the dishes here are steamed. Why? Because their objective is “You Healthy, We Happy” and steamed dish is healthier. There are more than 45 exotic dishes to choose from. You can order House of Pok (小猪猪) set meal which consists of two dishes and one rice or porridge with side dishes. I will explain more on the menu later on. Now, let’s see some interior and food photos of this awesome restaurant.
House of Pok (小猪猪) at Jaya One serves yummy pork dishes
Currently at the time of writing this blog review post, House of Pok (小猪猪) Jaya One is offering free red bean soup if you check in their Facebook. During the first week, we actually came here and had 3 rounds of free red bean soup. The red bean soup has a hint of tangerine and tasted very yummy.
For the value set meal at House of Pok (小猪猪), you can choose two dishes from a varieties of food choices. In the photo above, laupoh chose Tau Pok and Lotus Root for her set meal. For the carbohydrate, laupoh chose a bowl of porridge.
Delicious Dishes of House of Pok (小猪猪)
Delicious Thai Style Tofu from House of Pok (小猪猪) Jaya One. As you can see here, the portion is very big. If you plan to eat here with family or friends, you can order different types of dishes to eat and share them for varieties.
One of my favorite dishes, the Braised Tau Pok at House of Pok (小猪猪). It goes perfectly well with the Bak Kut Teh dish.
This is the Bak Kut Teh dish. It is quite special as the taste is different from Bak Kut Teh out there. I think you can only find this taste in 小猪猪 (House of Pok). The meat is tender and juicy with the fragrant herbs. The soup is very thick, almost feels like sauces for the meat.
Another dish of my favorite is the Signature Mix Platter. If you love pork ear, pork tongue, pork nose and other pork parts beside the pork meat, this dish is recommended. It goes well with a bowl of steamy hot rice.
Lotus Root Soup is not a dish from the set meal. But, you can order this soup à la carte. This soup we got it free by using a voucher in House of Pok (小猪猪)’s calendar. They have this calendar that comes with monthly voucher.
Food menu at House of Pok (小猪猪)
In the first page of the food menu, it explains about the House of Pok (小猪猪). It is a Chinese cuisine restaurant specializing in exotic pork dishes. The high quality food here is served at a very affordable price. I think to find food at RM 10 – RM 15 in a shopping mall is quite OK already.
Here is how you order a value set meal at House of Pok (小猪猪). There are 3 combinations of dishes. ST01 at RM 10.90, ST02 at RM 14,90 and ST03 at RM 12.90. Each of the value set meal combines different types of dish from Dish A (mostly pork and chicken) and Dish B (mainly vegetables, tofu, egg and mushroom). Each of the value set meal comes with a choice of rice, porridge or Signature Yam Rice (this one need to add-on 2 ringgit). There are also 2 side dishes which are the fried fuchuk and picked vegetables. I ate here many times and they haven’t change the side dishes.
This page of the food menu showing the Dish A type, which consists of pork and chicken dishes. My first choice from this page is the Trotters with Special Vinegar Sauce. Do note that if you love meat and hate vegetables, you can choose set meal ST2 and pick 2 dishes from this page.
More type A dish. If you don’t mind the fat, my recommendation from this page is the Hokkien Braised Pork Belly. Anyway, pork fat is one of the most nutritious food in the world, right? The next page of the food menu here is the starting of dish type B. My personal favourite here is the Braised Tau Pok.
Besides the Dish A, B and C, you can also order the Chef’s Signature Dish such as Pork Tripe Salted Vegetable Soup and Braised Pork Rice. Sometimes, I order the Braised Pork Rice for a quick and value lunch in Jaya One.
Drink and desserts choices at this restaurant. I have only tried the free Citronpeel Calamondin, which is included in the value set meal during lunch and the free Red Bean Soup from the Facebook check in.
A banner showing the set meals and there are a lot of flowers here during their opening week. House of Pok (小猪猪) Jaya One is normally very busy during lunch time due to the crowds from office workers. But the food is served pretty fast and the waitress here are very friendly as well.
House of Pok (小猪猪) Jaya One opens daily from 10am to 10pm.
Contact number: 03-79325701
100-G.039, Block J,
The School, Jaya One, No. 72A,
Jalan Universiti 46200 Petaling Jaya.
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Photos taken with Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II camera and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO Lens.