A hidden gem in the heart of Ampang; Soul Sacrifice is here to win your heart (and belly) with great coffee and delicious serving of good food. The best way to dine in and have good conversations is to also have a view of the chef whipping out your dish with their open-kitchen concept. With a great ambiance and an impeccable choice of playlist playing at the background, you can say that this is the best place to hang out with your family and friends.
Chef Cyrus was kind enough to cook us three of their best meals off their menu and here’s what we have to say about it.
First off, we had the Cup of Nations (RM23). Dedicated for all the egg lovers, this is a definite meal for you (which was our favourite btw). The dish was so satisfying to begin with its colourful plating! A boiled egg in minced meat equally covered in breadcrumbs smothered on a bed of purple sweet potatoes, creamed leek sauce and a tinge of sambal for that extra flavour! YUM!
For a more mediterranean feel, the Seven A Side (RM20) was served as the perfect way to start off any meal as an appetizer. Think beef kebabs served with quinoa tabouleh and a side of toasted flatbreads with of course, garlic sauce. The perfect meal to share with friends as you eat your mains, the beef kebabs were juicy and you could definitely taste the spices with every bite.
The most unique dish we tried that caught our eye was called the Den Haag (RM18). You’re probably wondering why Chef Cyrus named this dish from a city of Netherlands. An open fish sandwich hidden and topped under creamy scrambled eggs and dijon aoili served with sauteed pea sprouts – you must be curious about this combo right? Ditch the Eggs Benedict and try the Den Haag!
Our verdict of this hidden gem? Major yum to both the coffee and the food! Come try it out if you’re feeling adventurous but we guarantee this is going to be your next hangout spot if you’re in the area.
38, Jalan 4/76c, Desa Pandan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur