Wallop Burger @ SS2 Petaling Jaya

I have always been a pork burger enthusiast and not too long ago, there's a newly opened Wallop Pork Burger Restaurant at Chow Yang area in SS2 Petaling Jaya. After reading Rebecca's blog post about the place (link here), somehow it had interest me together with my girlfriend to give it a try.

Wallop Burger is located at Chow Yang in SS2, the same row with the newly renovated Ho Ho Sek Food Court and the same place where the Thursday pasar malam takes place.

As I walked in, the ambiance of the place was quite simple with red chairs and white tables. One thing I don't really like is the lighting. It uses too many warm light bulb on a single down light which makes the room a bit too warm and glaring during night time.

Here's the range of Pork Burger that they are offering. As you can see, there's only three types of pork burger, the Mamma Wallop (RM6.50), Papa Wallop (RM9.00) and the Sergeant Wallop (RM12.00).

At the counter, I spotted some very lovely piggies.

At Wallop burger, you can actually customize your own burger. If you like to add bacon, egg, pineapple or extra cheese, you can add them up with a cost.

It takes more than 10 minutes for them to bring our order to our table. Service is a bit slow but at least they send it directly to our table.

A&W Rootbeer, now we can have this here without going to the actual A&W Restaurant. No branding on the cups, fries holder and the burger wraper.

Our 'healthy' Wallop Pork Burgers.

This is the Mamma Wallop (RM6.50), the single patty grilled to mouth watering perfection. It is served with lettuce, tomato, cheese and mayonnaise.

My order - the Papa Wallop (RM9.00). It's the same with the Mama Wallop but it has an additional of a grilled pork patty.

If there's any comment about their Wallop Pork Burger, you can let Sergeant Wallop know and he'll fix it for you! #kidding

WiFi is available but you need to get the password from the staff.

They are open from Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am onward until 10:00 pm. 
They are really punctual at closing. There's a 10% off for students who's in school uniform or they can show their student card to them. If you are not a student, don't worry be happy because there's a Happy Hour promotion from 12pm to 5pm. You can get 10% off for all the food! :)

My Verdict: Service was a bit slow since they have very few staff working. It's good to see them promoting healthy pork burger but it tasted something like Ninja Joe. Their interior is simple but I dislike the sharp edges of the table. Their warm light bulbs were too glaring and makes the place a little too warm even at night. Next door is blasting some 'lala' song and they also blast some mainstream songs at the same time makes Wallop Pork Burger restaurant as not a suitable place for chit chat or business discussion. It would be better if they can make the price lower as I can find better and cheaper food around Chow Yang. That's my humble point of view. I'm yet to try Andes and Hungry Hog's pork burger.

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Wallop Pork Burger
125 Jalan SS2/6, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.

*All the pictures taken with ZTE Blade 3.2mgpxl camera - It sucks, I know :(

.: Peace Out :.