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Ticklish Ribs

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  1. Photo: Hizwan Hamid
    Photo: Hizwan Hamid
  2. Photo: Hizwan Hamid
    Photo: Hizwan Hamid

    OMGarlic (RM5)
    Not for those on first dates, the OMGarlic is basically cloves of garlic deep fried into little creamy, garlicky parcels. If garlic is not for you, try the Freaky Fries – minced pork and melted cheese on fries.

  3. Photo: Hizwan Hamid
    Photo: Hizwan Hamid

    Pork sandwiches (from RM15)
    With a wide range of fairly-priced pork sandwiches, Ticklish keeps the crowd streaming in for their pork sandwich takeaways and punny names like You Braise Me Up and Chewbakkwa. After selecting your bread, choose from seven types of pork (pork belly, pulled pork, battered and fried, etc), and then, pick add-ons like cheese, egg and caramelised onions.

  4. Photo: Hizwan Hamid
    Photo: Hizwan Hamid

    BBQ Pork Ribs (RM38)
    Ticklish bucks the slabs-on-woodenboards trend. Instead, the ribs are cut into separate strips (for maximum marination and flavours), roasted and then served in a tin. Imagine having fries, but hugely satisfying meaty ones. Go for the spicy version.


Time Out says

Porcine-heavy Ticklish Ribs & ‘Wiches dishes up everything pork – sandwiches, messy fries, and of course, ribs. How it works: Place your order at the counter, wait for the last four digits of your receipt number to appear on the screen, go pick up your order. Ticklish is a fun restaurant with plenty of graffiti (we spotted some works by local graffiti celeb Kenji Chai), porky puns on the walls, and a stage for comedy nights and fortnightly acoustic sets on Fridays. Custom-made rattan lights, chairs made from chopping boards and a metal cage section for private parties – they all work with the piggish theme. Spot the bank robbery wall art (Ticklish Ribs is just next to Maybank Seapark).


5 Jalan 21/11A
Petaling Jaya
Opening hours:
Tue-Sun, 5pm-10pm
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