Naughty Pigs is known for being used from nose to tail and they offer incredible range to any BBQ menus. They provide the highest level of quality fresh cuts, prepare daily, and aims to serve all customers the mouth watering, golden brown, tender juicy cuts BBQ dip in homemade naughty sauce.
The restaurant has a laid back feel, with a bar and outside dining along the corridor for smokers. We had the special promotion where we got a free naughty nachos if we ordered two of their signature rib dinners.
The ribs were tasty and fork-tender, and the portions were generous. For sides, we went with garlic rice (the best of the four), mashed potatoes (rather bland), salad and french fries. There is a choice of chillis and dips, and we loved the extra spicy 'rojak' style sauce with prawn paste, which went very well with the fries.
The free nachos were okay, though there could have been a little more beef chunks in there.
I had a Stewarts root beer, which was creamy and refreshing, while the wife had a cup of hot lemon tea. It was okay, but was rather pricy at $5 per cup.
Service was good, and the place was getting crowded at around 7 pm. There is currently no service charge, and that was nice. For the future, they also provide discounts of up to 10 per cent on certain days, so do ask the staff.
the ribs are dry, when I requested for hickory or BBQ sauce, they replied they don't have??? How can it be???? No wonder the so called famous ribs is popular. My first n last time dine there.
The french fries seems like those we bought from NTUC supermarket.
i would say Tony Roma's ribs still the best!!! f