It’s located within Ben’s Grocer. Basically this is a up end pork lover’s paradise. You could find all the porky goodness here! All its menu options are pork based.
The front one is The English Fry Up (RM39). Applewood smoked bacon, ham arogula pork sausage, sautéed button mushrooms, house-made baked beans, grilled plum tomato, and two fried eggs, served with coffee or tea + orange juice. The only thing I dislike about this dish was the baked beans, probably it’s because it’s just not my preference. All in all a fullfilling savoury, porky but a little pricey big breakfast.
The back one is French toast with grilled banana (RM22). Two slices of french toast, peanut butter, caramelised banana & drizzled with maple-flavoured syrup, served with applewood smoked bacon. I personally think that the peanut butter sauce was too much and thick for the french toast. However the sweetness of the banana and just enough peanut butter compliments the saltiness of the smoked bacon. The french toast was cooked just right. Sweet and savoury with porky goodness.
Breakfast available until 6pm.
Spicy Bacon and Mushrooms (RM29++)
Olio style spaghetti with chorizo and pancelta chunks, sautéed button mushrooms, arugula and chilli flakes. The spiciness from the chilli flakes packs a delicious punch to the whole dish. Bacon and mushrooms, a wonderful combination of flavours and textures for this pasta dish.
BBQ Chorizo Cheeseburger with bacon (RM38++)
Pork and Chorizo Burger topped with melting cheese & applewood smoked bacon, sandwiched in a brioche burger bun spread with BBQ sauce. The Cheeseburger was so scrumptious, definitely one of the best burger I have ever had. Loving the combination of cheese with the pork.
Highly recommended.

Sloppy Piggy Burger With Mexicana Pulled Pork (RM30++)
Porked burger slopped with Mexicana pulled pork on a brioche burger bun served with
coleslaw and crinkled fries. This didn’t really catch my attention.
For me, I would choose the cheeseburger over this.

Grilled Lemongrass Pork Chop (RM29) topped with a fried egg & doused with light soya sauce, served with steam white rice & a bowl of salted vegetable duck soup.The Pork Chop is really delectable with the lemongrass taste. Match the warm steam rice so well. The soup was so nice too.
Complicated Noodles (RM25++)
Thai inspired complicated noodles with stacks of iceberg lettuce leaves & coriander, steamed silken rice noodles sheets, mince pork in dark soy, with a spicy coriander garlic sauce. It might not look photogenic, but it tasted really special and good. And I’m loving it when I stuffed everything onto the lettuce, everything just tasted so good.
Hainanese Pork Chop (RM29++)
Drenched in tomato sauce with peas, corns and carrot, topped with coriander, served on a bed of crinkled fries. A decent kind of Hainanese Pork Chop, which chicken chop is deep fried with eggs, causing it to be crispy.
No dish in S Wine is complete without some delicious porky goodness.
Your porky cravings will never go unsatisfied in S Wine.
Address: S.Wine, Ben’s Independent Grocer, UG-1A, Level UG, Publika, No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6 03 6209 1700
Opening Hours: 9am-10pm (Daily)