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Stammtisch: This German Cafe Serves A 10-Item Ensemble Pork Platter And Other German Delights In Bukit Damansara

Ich liebe German food! (I love German food)

Guten tag, foodies! A brand new restaurant and bar opens in Kuala Lumpur and it is perfect for get togethers! Stammtisch German Restaurant & Bar is the newest eatery in Bukit Damansara serving authentic German food and German beer. Some nights call for good company, sharing platters, and cold glasses of beer. Whatever the occasion, Stammtisch is your best bet for a splendid time! 

Stammtisch Serves A Delicious Ensemble Platter With 10 Items That Is Perfect Sharing

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For a group of up to 6 pax, the Ensemble Platter is an absolute must-try because you can try 10 different food items. Plus, if you love pork, this platter will delight you with 3 different pork dishes: pork knuckle, pork belly, and pork ribs! There are also three types of sausages: Kase wurst, Nurnberger, and Thuringer. The meat dishes go really well with their pan-fried potatoes with onions that are so yummy! 

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This platter also features a unique German favourite which is spaetzle. Spaetzle is basically German pasta noodles. They are thick and quite chewy in texture. And of course, no German platter wouldn’t be complete with Schnitzel. Three pieces of perfectly fried Wiener Schnitzel are served to you next to a bed of fresh greens.

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In case you need a palate cleanser from all the meat, do eat some of their trio salad. Their trio salad comes with fresh garden salad, white cabbage slaw and boiled potatoes. Also, don’t forget to enjoy sauerkraut which is a classic German side dish! Last but not the least of this Ensemble Platter, would be the vegetable stew. Their vegetable stew is a hearty-bowl of carrots, cauliflower, broccoli and mushrooms in a warm vegetable broth.

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The Ensemble Platter is a perfect for groups and a party of friends to enjoy with German beer or drinks from the bar. It is also a complete meal for the table to share because it has carbs, proteins, and greens, which is essentially everything you need for a perfect meal time! Doesn’t it look absolutely delicious? We highly recommend that you try this platter, it will not disappoint!

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Other German Delights You Must Try At Stammtisch In Bukit Damansara

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Kurbissalat (Pumpkin Salad)

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This pumpkin salad is absolutely delicious. Made with roasted pumpkin, fresh baby spinach, feta cheese, and chickpeas tossed with a honey mustard dressing. If you enjoy eating pumpkin, this salad is a perfect pick for you.

Spinach Hunter Spaetzle

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Spaetzle is basically German pasta noodles. It is thick, soft, and slightly chewy in texture. If you love pasta, you must order this dish because it is really tasty. Stammtisch gives you a choice between original or spinach spaetzle. But, we recommend giving the spinach one a go. It is cooked with bacon pieces, mushrooms, caramelised onions, leeks, and smothered in a cream sauce.

German Meatballs

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Did someone say pasta and meatballs? Yes, please! Stammtisch’s meatballs are super yummy because they mix minced pork and beef together. Their meatballs are baked to perfection so it’s crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It also comes with original spaetzle and blaukraut, which is fermented purple cabbage (another variety of sauerkraut!).

Pasta ‘Ju Yu Zha’

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If you know what’s good for you, you should order this pasta dish because it comes with bits of fried pork lard! Almost like aglio olio, this pasta dish is served with garlic bits, parsley, and red chillies for a spicy kick. It is definitely a wholesome bowl of pasta that noodle-eaters will love!

Crispy Pork Belly Ciabatta

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Yes, you read that right. This restaurant serves crispy pork belly burger with a side of fries. Crispy siew yok is served in between two pieces of crusty ciabatta bread with garlic mayo and arugula. Besides that, sauerkraut and caramelised apples complete this burger to make it so sinfully delicious!

Langos (Deep Fried Bread)

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Langos is deep fried bread topped with bacon, onion, and yes, cheeeese! It’s hot and toasty, this dish a good appetiser for sharing before your main meals. The onions are cooked perfectly until they are soft and the bacon bits are crispy. And finally loaded with melting cheese, this appetiser is a must-try!

Roast Beef

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If beef is your go-to protein, this dish is your pick. Roast beef comes with blaukraut (a sweeter version of sauerkraut made with purple cabbage) and boiled potatoes. Their beef is tender and really yummy.

Kaiserschmarrn (The Emperor’s Souffle)

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If it is one thing that we are certain of, it is that you cannot leave Stammtisch without trying this delectable German dessert! Kaiserschmarran means “the emperor’s souffle”, and this was the dessert choice for the Emperor of Austria. It is fluffy torn souffle pieces with raisins eaten with house-made rum infused vanilla sauce. It is an absolute delight and a fantastic way to end your meal.

Drink German Beer From The Tap And Have A Wonderful Evening At Stammtisch

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Stammtisch is both a restaurant and a bar, so, rejoice that you’ll be able to drink German brews to your heart’s content. This place oozes modern and contemporary vibes that make up having a good time with your pals.

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The restaurant has a complete bar where cocktails, beer, and wines, are all available to drink. The restaurant’s set up is good for couples, families, and more importantly, perfect for large groups of friends looking for a good time. The restaurant has both, an outdoor and an indoor seating area that are equally comfortable.

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With their grand opening on 1st of November 2019, Stammtisch is the latest restaurant in Bukit Damansara. This restaurant is unlike any German eateries in the Klang Valley because they have elevated German delights into a more contemporary style that certainly also suits our Malaysian food tastes.

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Stammtisch in German actually refers to an informal social get together or “for regulars”, which proves to say once having dined here, you’d be coming back over and over again. This is why your next restaurant hop should be to Stammtisch because you need to try out their amazing pork dishes and of course, for your dose of German beer!

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Zum Stammtisch German Restaurant & Bar

Address: 18-G, Jalan Medan Setia 2, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: Sunday to Thursday, 12PM-11PM; Friday, 12PM-1AM; Closed on Saturdays

Contact: 03 2302 1190

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