Thursday, October 4, 2018

Sausage KL, Holiday Place, Ampang Road

This friendly new sausage-specialist cafe does a very decent fry-up, featuring thick, textured sausages (on a recent weekend, the house-made selection included Lincolnshire sage-spiked sausages as well as Cajun-spiced ones), eggs prepared to your preference, lusciously sweet tomatoes, bacon, butter and bread (RM22). Add RM10 for a serving of blood sausage too.

Sausage KL
Ground Floor, Holiday Place, 225, Jalan Ampang, Taman U Thant, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Open Mon-Fri, 830am-7pm; Sat-Sun, 930am-3pm. Tel: 017-6056457


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7 comments:

  1. Oh, I do like homemade sausages...and these look really plump (and juicy?). ^_~ Is this a place for breakfasts for hotel guests?

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    1. Contact.ewew: reasonably tender sausages - the ones we had were not super-juicy, but juicy enough :) oh, it's actually in a separate annex adjacent to the main hotel area, so it isn't used by the hotel itself :)

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  2. Been seeing lots of articles warning people not to eat processed meats...but who cares! Bring them on! Yum yummmm!!!

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    1. Suituapui: i guess it depends - if it's mass-made sausages from the larger factories, then i'd prefer to avoid them too! :)

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    2. Hi Suituapui. Sausages themselves, if just fresh meat and spices/herbs mixed and cased in natural casing, are not actually processed meats. The term refers to fresh meats which have been changed by salting, curing, smoking, fermentation in order to extend shelf life or augment flavor. Bacon is a processed meat but proper homemade sausages are no different than chowing down on a seasoned pork chop. Same for a decent quality homemade burger :)

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  3. I love all kinds of sausages and these plumb pork sausages certainly look good!

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    1. Choi Yen: a sausage is a great ingredient for a satisfying brunch! :D

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