In fact, it is fairly difficult to find a western restaurant serving a selection of pork in the menu for some reasons, as opposed to what the restaurants in the United States can offer, the food serves in most chain restaurants can no longer satisfy my appetite and so I start searching for better options.
I have been passing by this particular German bistro in Puchong several times. So there was this one day, I decided to go in and give it a try. It was a good experience, despite of the not so good friendly servers; I actually return to the bistro a few times for the chief recommended pork knuckle, pork chop and sausages, each at a time.
Stadt’s menu is fairly extensive with variety of selections from pork, chicken, lamb, pasta, sausages and not forgetting beer, of course.
I have to say the pork knuckle is good. The skin is crispy, yet the meat is juicy and tender on the inside, not overdone. The pork chop is not bad, either, and it is reasonably priced at about RM 22.90. You might want to give these a try if you haven’t. I did not take any photos on these but here are some from Stadt’s website.
I went there again yesterday for dinner and I had no pork this time, but lamb boneless meat, which is braised lamb, just without bone. Again, the chief didn’t disappoint me this time, the braised lamb is tender, but it could be better if it was braised slightly longer. It still tastes a little gamy but I don’t mind at all as I like it.
If you are considering to pay a visit to this bistro and not sure what you want to have, go for the pork. After all, that's why you would go to a German bistro, isn't it?
Stadt German Cuisine & Bistro
No. 50 & 50-1, Jalan Puteri 1/4,
Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.
OPEN DAILY 11am to 1am
Price: ♥♥♥♥♥ RM20+ per pax for main course only
This review was re-published at my.openrice.com, Food Malaysia Most Wanted