Friday, June 20, 2008

Saviour-V teleports into the "German Deli iMBiSS" shop in Ara Damansara, and glances around...

As I'm sitting here, typing out this entry, one of the patrons here is currently enjoying the "Double-Biss" Meatloaf with Cheese - the star of tonight's review.

Back during my previous visit, I was told that this particular item was a Big Mac killer in terms of size. And, having seen and tasted that particular hot sandwich, I conclude that the Big Mac does NOT stand much of a chance taste-wise, although, price-wise, it's much cheaper.

But I digress. At RM 11.80 (before the 5% government tax), this is the second-most expensive German sandwich that GDI has, next to it's Smoked Duck Breast Sandwich (at RM 15.80 before the 5% tax).

However, the taste of this meat-carrier - and I've got to admit that there's lots of meaty goodness in this one - is very nice. A pity that I coated it in mustard halfway through the meal, for this is one of those burgers (well, it's a sort of burger, actually) that tastes real nice without any extra sauces.

Saviour-V notices more customers entering the establishment...

Of course, some may say that there's too much of it to go round, and indeed, there is. Two German meatloaf pieces, plus cheese, carrots, pickles and sauerkraut, sandwiched together between two halves of a much larger burger bun than the Big Mac's got. A sure winner in my book, if you ask me. Plenty to go round.

But enough talking, ladies and gents. Don't just take it from me - go and check out the place yourself!

Here's the address, by the way:

German Deli iMBiSS,
D-G-31, Block D,
No. 31, Jalan PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.

By the way, this is just off the road from the old Subang Airport. Instead of going over the flyover leading there, take the lower route, then turn right and go straight into Ara Damansara. Avoid the left turn and keep going straight, and look out for a number of shophouses with blue roofs, and a sign to the right that leads into them.

This is just before the traffic lights, so once you spot the sign, go right, and keep going straight. Just after a Chinese restaurant on your left, you should also spot GDI on the same side less than a few metres away. It's open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., but later on, they'll keep it open till 10 p.m.

If you need directions, I'll post up a proper map later. Cheerio, people!

Saviour-V grins slightly, before he teleports out of the GDI, as its lights come on for tonight's visitors...

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