Thursday, January 29, 2015

Other dishes

Veal sausage with sauerkraut  (small portion - one sausage) - MYR21++ with mustard dip - I had a small piece of the sausage, not sure whether I like it or not but I did not want another bite.

Honey Mustard Chicken - MYR20++ - I did not taste this at all but looks decent enough. These two dishes are what my friends ate at Maria's SteakCafe since they did not want to eat steak.

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  1. haha, because you had your "classy" and "luxury" wagyu beef steak, so it's okay that you did not taste any of the sausage and chicken chop.. your friends, the other way round, would love to try your wagyu beef which is more than 10 times more expensive than their dishes~~ :p

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  2. I would choose these too...not really into steak, like what I just said in RG's blog.

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    1. I am also not into steak, just ate it to confirm this.

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  3. Guess you did not like te sausage, else one bite is never enough. I dont order sausage coz they are never enough for me, they always serve like one or two only, hehe..

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  4. Good to see there are options other than steak.

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    1. Are there any steak house without any other options?

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  5. Omg! RM21++ for that pitiful plate? Not worth it.

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    1. Well, this is due to the location of this place.

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  6. Yeah, I think the chicken looks like a much better deal. I can't even see the sauerkraut at the sausage plate, need to look hard enough to see it (being sarcastic)!

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    1. But the taste of the sauerkraut is good although it is only a little.

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  7. Love the first pic. Lovely happy face

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    1. I only notice it when you mentioned it.

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  8. Seems like the chicken is more worth the price! ;)

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  9. Yes, that honey mustard chicken was my friend's choice (when we last dined there) and is a good 'value for money' dish. I had a taste of it and liked it too. The sausage tasted processed to you maybe?

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    1. Aren't all sausages processed food?

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    2. Well, I won't say that all sausages are processed...we do have fresh ones which we can buy from supermarket delis. At the price of RM21 for one sausage (and a bit of mash and sauerkraut), I would think that they would give you a freshly made one!

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    3. Oh, I consider all sausages processed food whether they are made on the spot or not because sausages are processed as in raw meat being minced then mixed with some spices before being stuffed into casings. You mean you eat at the delis where the delis actually minced your chosen piece of meat in front of you with your other chosen ingredients such as onions, or other herbs and put in the spices you chose before stuffing them into a casing just like how you would make sausages at home?

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  10. Between the two, I would choose the chicken as it looks pretty good and more substantial.

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  11. the chicken piece looks pretty huge, almost the size of the plate! very worth the price!

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    1. My friend said that it is only a drumstick deboned and spread out with the skin so that's why it looked huge.

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  12. Hmm chicken drowning in sauce. Guess must eat fast before become soggy.

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    1. I don't like so much sauce either.

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  13. If is me, I would choose the second dish, hehe!!

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    1. Ah, so you prefer chicken to sausage.

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