Monday, August 4, 2008

Vary Pasta

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What is this?

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It's this .. the MIXED sausage platter!

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And.. what's THIS?

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It's a smoking hot bowl of beef Goulash! Man was i excited with i saw the word Goulash. The last time I had it was yoinks ago in Budapest.

So what is goulash?
Authentic gulyás is a beef dish cooked with onions, Hungarian paprika powder, tomatoes and some green pepper.
Potato and noodles are also added according to some recipes.
Hungarian goulash is neither a soup nor a stew, it’s somewhere in between. In Hungary it’s considered rather to be a soup than a stew, so look for it among Soups on restaurant menus.


This thick, hearty dish was (and still is) a very popular dish among herdsmen in Hungary. They made it in a cast-iron kettle hung above open fire, out in the fields.Herdsman is gulyás in Hungarian, so that’s where the dish’s name comes from.


I wolfed down my soup because i was HUNGARY! (haha)
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The Pork Escalope was divine... very crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. At only RM9.50... what a steal!


The mushroom soup was a tad salty but thick and rich.


Vary Pasta's set menu of either RM10.50 or RM12.50 is really rather affordable, which include a soup of the day, main dish, ice-cream and herbal tea. The pasta dishes are of above average portions.


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This the Honey Rum Chicken (RM15.50). Simply yum!



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Address:


Vary Pasta,


Damansara Jaya,


Facing Atria - just walk out from KFC and you will see it.


(directly behind RHB Bank DJ).

12 comments:

Bangsar-bAbE said...

Was the goulash good? I love the goulash at the Great Market in Budapest. Very hearty!

I find the ones here lacking the "kick". Not enough paprika I feel.

fatboybakes said...

oooh, more porkie places to go to. are they all moving over from kedah and kelantan or what!!

backstreetgluttons said...

must be new ? we never see it so far even tho we are near the step in

looks strange ( like them buda pest women ?)

Life for Beginners | Kenny Mah said...

The mixed sausage platter looks like a meal fit for a carnivore, er, a king! Me bags that for breakfast this weekend! :D

CUMI & CIKI said...

bangsar babe:
erm..ok la, maybe 6/10

fbb:
hurray!

bsg:
pretty new:)

kenny:
try the pork knuckle.. i wanted too.. but too heavy for lunch!

myCoffee said...

Such interesting ways of serving the sausages..., they look like shapes of 'porcupine, 'banana' and 'blossoming flowers'. :-p But interesting place and cheap prices too. Shall check it out next time.

MochaSourcream said...

Hmm, new place to eat... The sausage platter looks yummy leh... slurp slurp...

Big Boys Oven said...

a place to drop by soon!

CUMI & CIKI said...

mycoffee:
reminds me of how the thais serve their mango..


mocha:
yesh!

bbo:
yup yup

Nic (KHKL) said...

that sausage in the first pic looks like a porcupine, hor? hehe...

yumz goulashwah...got anthony bourdain picture somemore. more reasons to perform the hungarian dance...hehe

Lisa said...

ate there today for lunch. pork escalope was good but the caesar salad was terrible - not enough dressing, no parmesan flavour. the dressing was insipid.

i would go again though because the service was pleasant and the other dishes looked temptingly good.

onno david said...

Wow, This is a great and different recipes. I love Honey Rum Chicken. But i will test mixed sausage platter and beef goulash. I love this blog.

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