18 Jul '12, 1am

*NEW* Dunkel and Pork Belly at Löwenbräu

*NEW* Dunkel and Pork Belly at Löwenbräu

Of all the items on the platter, my favourite of all was the crackling roast pork belly ! It had a layer of incredibly crispy skin, not unlike our version of ‘siew yoke’, but what was more incredible was the melt-in-your-mouth pork belly within. I usually find the pork fatty layer to be cloying and too gelatinous for my liking, but they somehow managed to perfect the technique, for I didn’t realize I was eating the fatty part until I’d swallowed it. It was smooth and soft, bursting with flavour. I wished we had ordered just the crackling roast pork alone to replace the whole platter. The chicken schnitzel was pretty good in terms of flavour, but it wasn’t as crispy as I’d like it to be, as if it had been left out in the cold for a while. The pork sausage was decent but the beef sausage tasted like something you’d get out of Coles. To be fair, we didn’t regret ordering the ...

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