Vary Pasta @ Damansara Jaya, PJ

What is this?
It’s this .. the MIXED sausage platter!
And.. what’s THIS?
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.


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

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Vary Pasta,

Damansara Jaya,

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

(directly behind RHB Bank DJ).


  • Bangsar-bAbE says:

    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 says:

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

  • backstreetgluttons says:

    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 says:

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

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

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


    pretty new:)

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

  • myCoffee says:

    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 says:

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

  • Big Boys Oven says:

    a place to drop by soon!

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    reminds me of how the thais serve their mango..


    yup yup

  • Nic (KHKL) says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    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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