The servings are quire huge although the slightly pricy as all ingredients used is quite fresh. Conclusion, what a sinful dinning experience but wonderful dishes and friendly waiters. Rating: 9 /10
Stew Lamb with carrots at MYR 28.90+ (10% service charge = MYR 31.80 nett). The lamb shank is cut into 5 pieces and there is a lot of mashed potato so I kept 3 pieces of the lamb meat and half the mashed potato for lunch the next day. This price is lower than the price of the lamb shank here so it is value for money. Warm water is provided foc so all 4 of us did not order any drink.
Mixed Sausage Platter where you get to choose 4 sausage of your choice accompanied by potato salad or mashed potatoes and sauerkraut grilled sausages are served with onion sauce. This is a must order because sausages is the highlight! You will get to try different kind of sausages and yes, every single of them tasted very different. You may want to ask the waiter/waitress if you wish to know the name of all the sausages before you eat, which we did not do. So at the end we only know the thin and long one is nice, but we don’t know what sausage is that.
Verdict: Euro Deli unquestionably a porcine goodness heaven which can satisfy any carnivores’ craving for meat. Taste wise, hits and misses on the food we’ve tried and price range is reasonable considering the portion served.
Euro Deli is definitely worth the trip to Damansara Kim if you’re a pork lover. If you’re feeling ravenous and are up for a challenge, try the Matterhorn Burger – a 9″ x 6″ whopper that you need to chow down within 45 mins for your photo in their Hall of Fame, and RM300 cash prize money. If you can take on 2.75kg of meat, cheese and veggies, that is.
Overall rating: 8/10 because of its value for money as well as the pork knuckle, sausages and overall dishes I tried. The atmosphere was comfortable and not too noisy.
Contrary to the raving reviews I read on the net about Euro Deli, I am actually very much less enthusiastic about this everything pork restaurant. While the sides that we had (even though only 2) were not bad, they were not outstanding either and the mains were terrible. And because of that Euro Del…
The newly refurbished and expanded shop now is much more spacious and comfortable, offering diners a warm and cosy atmosphere as they dine on Euro Deli’s scrumptious food and their new beverage selection ranging from imported draft beers like Hoegaarden, Franziskaner and Leffe Blonde.
For us, the food here was only just so-so. The Bratwurst was too salty and something as simple as the easy-to-whip-up mash potato lacked the potatoey, buttery creamy finish that I like. The sauerkraut was flat and lacked that fermented, vinegarish, cabbagey kick that is essential in a good sauerkraut.
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.