Sunday, January 18, 2009

Fogal Meat Market, Sri Hartamas, KL

For my birthday last year end, my friends decided that I should have a lot of meat...
Wah, that's the impression they get of me? ._."
Hmmm, ok ok less meat this year :p
Anyways, what's planned and what's eaten was last year, so here's the food ;)
Jeremy was at Fogal's early, so he had some garlic bread first..
Nicely toasted, garlicky and butterish. Good.
We decided to have the platter for 4, but as jeremy dont take beef; he ordered a side of sausages..
He chose pork and lamb sausages with sides of wedges and greens..Both the sausages were juicy and tasty, the wedges were crisp on the outside, but with fluffy potatoes on the inside..
Then came the meat platter..
Gosh, the amount of meat looks rather intimidating..
There's 2 types of sausages, 2 kebabs, pork bacons, lamb burger patty, lamb chops, pork chop, beef steak and served with sides of chips, mash and coleslaw. Quite a mouthful eh?
We decided to have the chorizo and some lamb+pork sausage. The chorizo (the darker reddish one) was yummy; juicy and spicy, the meat was springy. I find the other sausage too salty though. Lamb burger patty was tasty; tender and moist, cooked just right. The pork bacon was just so so. Beef steak was overcooked and rather hard. Same for pork chop, I find it rather dry and hard at some parts. Need to douse it with apple sauce.. Both the lamb and pork kebabs were fine, quite tender but nothing to shout about. As for the lamb chops, so parts were just nice, while other parts were rather hard.. Sides were average too.
Phew. So much meat.
I guess it's better to order the specific type of meat you want at Fogal's than to have the platter. Somehow I get the impression that all the meat were dunked at the griller and cooked together. But each meat needs to be given different cooking time and attention to get the optimum texture and flavour, no?
Fogal Meat Market is located at N-1-4, Plaza Damas, No. 60, Jalan Sri Hartamas, Sri Hartamas, 50480, Kuala Lumpur.

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Blogger J2Kfm said...

wah ... the platter's killing me!
opposed to the seafood platter at MFM and such, this looks sooooo much unhealthier yet delicious!!! hahha...

19 January, 2009  
Blogger Selba said...

My favourite kind of meal! *slurp*

19 January, 2009  
Anonymous jason said...

I would like to taste chorizo!

19 January, 2009  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

So colourful.

19 January, 2009  
Blogger CUMI & CIKI said...

yea, you are right about the food sometimes tasting like it's just all the SAME sorta meat! lol.. i had a lousy steak at fogal - tasted like it had been in the deep freeze for years! sigh.. quality use to be better about 2 years ago... happy belated bday btw!

19 January, 2009  
Anonymous Jungle Jerry said...

Good meal. Yum yum.

19 January, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

j2kfm: this is a lot, a lot of meat compared to MFM's seafood. More value for money I guess.

selba: you're a carnivoure too? :p

jason: yum yum, spicy sausage

tummythoz: the plate? hehe

cumi&ciki: gosh, the deep freeze steak thing sounds bad!! sad that the quality detiorated :(. thanks for the wishes!

jem: aiyo, so much meat! and you can still makan a nasi lemak bungkus and down teh tariks after that.. *cold sweat*

20 January, 2009  
Blogger Nic (KHKL) said...

i was so tempted to check out this place but got lost in hartamas...can u imagine?? LOL!

ok, i din bring the address that day. so, am copying it from here now! ;)

20 January, 2009  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

i love sausages~~~~~

20 January, 2009  
Blogger 550ml jar of faith said...

Omigosh! I can feel my protein meter tingling from all that meat! I think I might try it one at a time... Happy Belated Birthday!

20 January, 2009  
Anonymous Lyrical Lemongrass said...

I've had mixed experience in Fogal's too. Sometimes too salty, sometimes cooked just right, sometimes..... Anyway, it's still one of the better places to get sausages and stuff.

21 January, 2009  

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