Famous Pork Ribs – Down to Bones @ Oug, KL

This is one of a place that had been making waves over online platform. With their price tag and long queue that had made them the famous pork ribs located in OUG. Down to Bones is a POP up store which is operated by a young group of people as part time that operates over weekend only.

Down To Bones (1)

I was told to come here as early as 6pm to get your queuing number. What do you need to do when you arrive:

  1. Hunt for a table and let them know where you are seated.
  2. You can seat any where in between all the tables located at the road side or in both ends of coffee shop.
  3. Wait patiently as it will take at least 45 minutes – 75 minutes for your food to arrive
  4. 6pm-7pm is only for ordering period where food will only be serve after 7pm.
  5. They will not serve you your food if you do not have a seated table with a proper number
  6. Do order all your orders at one go. If you decided to add on order 15 minutes later, means your latest order will be in a new queue instead of your previous order queue.

Down To Bones (2)

Down To Bones (3)

Down To Bones (4)

Decently price menu for a POP up Store.

Down To Bones (5)

We thought that Mash & Dog is something different for sides, and when it is served, it is actually a side dish which is similiar to all your main course. The only difference is they add on 3 sausage. @ RM 5 – You can skip this unless your kids love it.

Down To Bones (6)

Porky Soup is pretty unique, where it does live up the expectation of Porky the name where soup have very strong taste and smell of unwash pork meat. My friend could not stand the smell of it and only had a sip and shifted the whole bowl infront of me. Funny thing is, it had a very mild herb after taste (which I might be wrong). Pork cubes in it sure taste different. It is your choice for a bowl of RM 7. Would not be part of my recommendations. 

Down To Bones (7)

Lamb Chop at RM 16. I would only say I had better ones before at lower price.

Down To Bones (8)

Their Pork Ribs @ RM 18 is indeed the main highlight where the name down to bones meant. However there is a little inconsistency in size of serving.

Down To Bones (9)

Their main highlight is this pork ribs wins in marination. Fragrant, with a mild punch sour bitterness and sticky. However the marination did not sip through the meat. It is slightly dry inside. For RM 18, there is no complain on it.

Will I go back, again. 95% no unless being force to accompany friends. For a wait of 1 hour for my food to be serve, I think a nice bbq at home would make it up.

However there are some good feed backs that was given from the diners to the owners. So it is up to your personal taste bud.

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, decent street ribs~ -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Down to Bones
27, Jalan Hujan Rahmat,
Taman Overseas Union, Kuala Lumpur.

Operating Hours:
Saturdays and Sundays:
7pm till sold out

Down To Bones Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

You Might Also Like

4 Comments

  • Reply
    KY
    September 22, 2016 at 4:15 pm

    road side pork ribs, i like!

    • Reply
      Taufulou
      September 23, 2016 at 11:35 am

      si loh. u can go try eh

  • Reply
    Ah Beng
    May 30, 2017 at 10:32 pm

    Honest inputs. Don’t expect much.

  • Leave a Reply