Dinner @ Betty's Midwest Kitchen

Recently, my friends and I decide to go Betty's for dinner, it's been awhile since we last step into that place and decide that when the craving strikes, we shouldn't hold back. So at 5.30pm, we step into the restaurant, sat ourselves down and order what we wanted to eat. Wait... before we touch on the food, try to get there early as the crowd gets crazy as it gets towards dinner time. By 6pm, the place was already filled with customers! No kidding you, we didn't feel like super kiasu because there are people going there for food as early as we did.

First order of business when we got there. As we were out for our "Boys Day Out" activities, we got pretty hungry pretty fast and first thing first is order drinks, loads of drinks. One of which is Stewarts Root Beer. It's not as sweet as the A&W Root Beer which is quite refreshing. It has that same Root Beerish flavor that we all know though so it is all good.

One of the main dish was served, there was the Root Beer Ribs, I think they only sell this on weekends as I didn't really see it on their menu when I went during week days. It's basically half slab of pork ribs with Root Beer glaze which combines a tinge of sweetness and a bite of savory goodness once you dig into it! The meat literally melts away from the bones with ease so it was AWESOME!

It's never enough to just have the Root Beer Ribs so I also ordered the Baby Back Ribs (350gm), marinated with their special rub and sauce and grilled to juicy perfection (that's the best way I could interpret it), tender and melts in your mouth. Served with coleslaw and fries but the star is definitely the ribs.

 Now, this is something that I don't touch but my friends swear by it. They call this plate Dog food, a plate of fries drenched in gravy, topped with cheese and oven baked. It does smells good and the guys finished it even after they complain that they are very full from all those ribs. So I guess it's really that good. I would say it's 4 out of 5 because I don't really fancy soggy fries, and minus another point because there's cheese in it.

Lastly, Crispy Bacon, 8 slices of deep fried and caramelized bacon for that crispy satisfaction. We actually ordered a few rounds of this. It's bacon, what more can I say?

It's definitely a place to go especially for PJ lads if you're craving for melt-in-your-mouth pork ribs and burgers but don't want to travel into Kuala Lumpur, yes, there's Morgansfield but I preferred the ribs here than there.


A-G-40, Jalan PJU 1/43, Aman Suria Damansara,
47410 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
: +603-7880-0196
: (Tuesday - Sunday) 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5.30 pm - 9.45 pm
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Michael Yip

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