What is unusual about this place is that it is only known as a nursery as well as a repair shop for antique Volkswagens but not as a place that serves 'wild animal' dishes. We had two Pontian friends join us and they had trouble locating the place.
The inconspicuous signboard and the famous WW logo in front of the house. The verandah of the house itself can only accommodate two large tables
A group of four could eat under this small shelter. A covered extension from the verandah allows two more tables to be set.
The plant above is tagged at 1300 ringgit. The one below has an interesting bulbous stem
Now for the dishes we had. The curry wild boar meat went nicely with French loaves which we bought in Batu Pahat.
Verdict: very good (to me whose taste buds are relatively underdeveloped). To get there, you will have to go to Pontian Besar. The Pontian Besar main road is one punctuated with many traffic lights. Go to the last traffic lights that says turn left to Johor Bahru. Don't turn but go straight; the house is about two kilometres (don't take my word for it; my sense of distance is atrocious) from the traffic lights and on the left.