Wednesday, November 28, 2012

ronnycakes reviews: Barn BBQ, Bangsar Village

Today when I opened up this blog to take a look at it, I swear I saw some dust blow off my keyboard. It has been that long since we updated this space, and been quite a long while since we’ve actually stepped out of the house to actively seek for new eateries *hangs head in shame*. I’ve recently been bitten by the baking bug and spend almost every weekend at home dressed in oversized shirts and shorts (like a true housewife-in-training) baking up a storm. Soon I’ll share my results and these recipes on this blog too! :D

I think I’ve found my new favourite place for value-for-money gourmet sausages. Barn BBQ is a deli and grilled meats restaurant that is right next to Ben’s General Food Store in BV, and brings with it some deli items that are similar to those at BGFS but a wider variety. On the opposite side of the deli is a fridge chock full of sausages, steaks, lamb shanks that are grilled fresh to order.

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A butcher-style scale for all the butcher meats you’re going to be devouring.

Yum yum roasted potatoes to go with the rich meats.

Corn on the cob.


A variety of imported spreads and sauces are also available at Barn BBQ (ala stuff you get in B.I.G).


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Steaming hot Jacket Potatoes with sour cream, bacon bits and chives.


Wils was feeling gluttonous so he ordered us a Clam Chowder in a Bread Bowl which was run of the mill, but comfortable to have on a rainy night.

Beef Lasagne, and we were given a huge portion. Wils could barely finish it!


For those who love good solid meaty food, the Black Angus Striploin (RM25 per 100g) is done perfectly by Barn BBQ. Even for someone who doesn’t eat beef (yours truly – a sacrilege I know), I found myself cutting more than one piece just because it tasted delicious.

The steak came with a side of mashed potato, salad and black pepper sauce (you can choose from a range of sauces on the menu).


On to the sausages! The first time I went, I had the Chicken Cheese Krainer and Dynamite Chicken. Barn BBQ serves their sausages by grams, and all varieties of sausages on the menu (be it lamb, beef, chicken) are priced at RM8 per 100g. Minimum order is 200g, and 200g roughly gives you about 4 sausages take or leave a few grams.
The star of the show for me was definitely the Chicken Dynamite, which I found deliciously spicy and flavorful and grilled to perfection. The Chicken Cheese Krainer was good too, but not so good that I would make it a must-have.

All sausages come with a side of salad.

Wils also tried the Spicy Lamb Sausage which he also had nothing but praise for.

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Barn BBQ is fast becoming one of our go-to places when we’re in the mood for something heavy and meaty. My personal recommendation would be to try the sausages (especially the Chicken Dynamite one) but stay away from the more generic chicken sausages as they tend to be average (downsides of not eating beef or lamb). A 3rd return trip is definitely on the cards to try their burgers and more of their deli items.


Barn BBQ
G17 & 18, Ground Floor,
Bangsar Village 1,
No. 1, Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru
59100 Kuala Lumpur

Map *here*




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