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Morganfields Sticky Bones @ Gurney Paragon, Penang

Gigantic Pork Ribs - The American

The portion was so bloody huge that I can't finish the half rack of ribs! I felt so sinful to leave the half of the meal unfinished. It was worth for the price and would like to dine in again! I reckon 2-3 girls to share a plate. Flavour-wise and food quality, not bad.

I was so worried about how I was going to eat the pork ribs =.= Thank god I did not need to use my hands because the meats were so soft and easy to pull apart. 


The peppercorn flavour pork ribs taste better and moisture than BBQ. It was not hot but flavourful. Their smashed potato was good too, not oily. RM40


This BBQ flavour pork ribs were a bit dry. Also, the BBQ flavour was not flavourful enough for me. I can taste the plum's sourness but I think it needs some sugar/honey or something to hit the right taste. Maybe I have used to eat the rich smoky BBQ flavour. RM40


Oops, can't remember the name of the drinks. The back drink was made of Rosemary-soda, lime, plum (酸梅). I love it! It was sweet and salty with a hint of rosemary freshness. The front drink was made of Mango Pulp- black tea, mints. It was mild in taste and not sweet at all. RM11-12.

By the way, I saw the next table family ordered a chocolate dessert and it was huge too! It looked great. Next time I should just order a main to share with Ah boy so that we have space to fill the dessert! I wonder do all the dishes in this restaurant are big in portion? 

Updated on 5.7.14
I just want to share my experience of dining at Morganfields in Queensbay with Ah Boy on Thursday. The conclusion is we still prefer the Morganfields in Gurney Paragon. We ordered the same thing, the peppercorn pork ribs in Q. The ribs were quite dry as in it was hard to cut/pull the meat, harder than last time I had my BBQ flavoured ribs in GP. Also, the coleslaw was watery and not quite fresh.

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