To break away from routine, we went to the Euro Deli at Damansara Kim to have some sausages for dinner. Euro Deli is probably the only affordable Swiss German restaurant chain in this country, and when it comes to Swiss German food, you can bet that it’s mostly made of pork. Just the way I like it.
nice ambiance, menu with photos!
Though located at a somewhat hidden place of Damansara Kim, there were quite a lot of customers, a sign that the food must be pretty good. The place is decorated almost like a sports bar, but with a huge open fridge displaying a lot of sausages and other items for sale. Nice ambiance.
ahhh.. pork sausages
Since it was our first time there and had no idea what to order, we were delighted to see that there were plenty of photos in the menu. We settled on ordering two types of Bratwurst (pork sausages) and a pork filet meal.
The meals came with the meat, salad, some salty vegetable, and either old school chips or mashed potato. The sausage I had was awesome, firm texture and tastes of quality meat like how all sausages should be. The mashed potato was good too, but the salty vegetable were, well, a little too salty for my liking. The dark gravy with onion complimented the meaty sausage very well though. It was a very good combination.
we were all very happy diners
The meal costs around RM 16 to RM 20 each, and soft drinks at a reasonable RM 2.50 each. A completely satisfying meal with that different European taste for slightly over RM 20 per person. Very well worth it.
Damansara Kim (SS20) is just between Uptown and TTDI
41, Jalan SS20/11
47400 PJ, Selangor
GPS: 3.134881, 101.626743
Tel: 03-7726 7495
- 29, Jln Yap Kwan Seng, KL (03-2162 6991)
- 401, Jln Burmah, Pulau Tikus, 10250 Penang (04-226 1687)
20 thoughts on “KY eats – Sausage at EURO DELI, Damansara Kim”
yum yum! had tried that in penang.
The pork knuckle is good too. So is the carbonara spaghetti and the potatoes with bacon.
looks good 😀 suasages are best eaten with sourkrout (fermented cabage) next time try the veal-bockwurst, with lots of sourkrout accompanied by rye bread yum yum….another i would recommend would be the smoked bratwurst 😉
their carbonara is absolutely sinfully!!!!
Thanks for the review. You’ve just reinforced my urge to go eat there 🙂 Btw, if you’re into pork knuckles, try the Chinese restaurant over at SS2/103. You won’t regret it 🙂
so u went after all
the one place that brings back good ol’ memories
omg didnt know this place existed. must go!
Giant sausages!!! Yum yum yum! I want to makan…Euro Deli, sounds so familiar one..hmm @_@
The salty vegetables you mentioned are called sauerkraut btw =D
haha was going to inform you that the salty veg is sauerkraut but sammy beat me to it. it’s supposed to be eaten together with the sausage. i lurve sauerkraut! gorgeous stuff. can never have too much of it with bratwurst. hehe.
my fave hot spot, dine there once a month.
thumbs up, Yo~
Talking about german restaurant, there is one located @ Kepong called STADT GERMAN CUISINE & BISTRO (backend of HSBC Bank / next to Carrefour). I accidentally come across this german restaurant in a blog and I have tried the foods.The price is really cheap, variety of menu to choose for our likings and taste is excellent. The ambience is cozy and relaxed for a comfortable dining experiencve after a stressed out day/week in enjoying good foods and a couple of german beers. The other day my family ordered and tasted its Pork Knuckle, Pork Chop, Penne Pasta, Mushroom Soup, Garlic Breads, Hawaii-5-0 Fruity Smoothie, Choco-Cabana, Paulaner Beer and other drinks. We love the foods as they are tasty and well presented. We walloped all the foods clean and we will be there again early next month with more members of my big family. For those who are curious, please go and try. You will not regret your experience. Remember that you are tasting german food with local price and nice environment.
Interesting suggestion, hopefully I can remember this when I’m at Kepong the next time. Thanks. 😀
If you like homemade german food for afordable prices you also should Try Bavarian Wirtshaus at Ara Damansara, they have great Schnitzels and homemade sausages, as well as good old German beer. http://www.bavarianwirtshaus.com
Thanks for the tips 😀
you blogged about this 2006?? i just found out about it!
Yah la damn long time ago. 😀
This is where I found your blog for the first time. Food is passion.
Ford_GT: i’m honored 😀