Few months ago I heard from one of my female friends saying that she enjoying eating huge sausage in Tanjung Bungah. Thinking on how huge can a sausage be compared to mine, I finally paid Ingolf Kneipe , a German restaurant, a visit.
It is not hard to find this restaurant (Wikimapia). After Caltex station, turn left after the traffic light. The dining area is nicely decorated. The restaurant also opens during lunch time and you can see some foreigners there.
The food is basically big portion. My female friend ordered not only one, but two huge chicken sausages served with homemade creamy mushroom sauce (RM22.80) in order to satisfy herself. Anyway, it is one of the most delicious meals we ordered that day.
Most of the meals come with huge portion of mash potato and vegetable salad, so make sure you have a big stomach. I ordered Grilled Porkchop and Chicken Breast “hawaii” style (RM26.80). It is one of “Today Special” item and overbaked with ham & cheese, topped with baconrasher. Tastes good but some may not like chicken breast.
The “Braunschweige style onion soup” (RM8.30) also tastes good when serving hot.
For chicken lover, “Crumbed Chicken Schnitzel Julian’s Style” (RM24.80) tastes good. Schnitzel in German means cutlet without bone, and usually topped with sauces. This plate is huge as well and my friend have to take back some.
One of my friends ordered “Chef Aaron’s Deepfried Feta Cheese” (RM14.80), which is goat milk cheese. Although tastes little weird to me as I am not used to goat milk, cheese lovers should find themselve no problem in enjoying the meal.
Unfortunately, none of us are able to take beer. Else, this should be a good place for beer. Some said their service is poor but for my case is okay. Will try their other sausages in future.
|Place Name:||Ingolf's Kneipe|
|Address:||1F, Jalan Sungai Kelian, Tanjong Bungah, 11200, Penang, Malaysia|