Three Lunar Set Menus, Prosperity Yee Sang and Festive Dim Sum will have you jumping for joy this Year of the Rabbit at Dorsett Grand Subang (DGS).
Handcrafted by Dim Sum Master Chef Chan Chee Loong, ‘The Colours of Mid-Autumn’ collection showcases a myriad of snowskin mooncakes with enticing fillings.
如果您喜欢吃酒店自助餐…..您会喜欢这个称之“All You Can Eat Makanthon @任你吃不停的自助餐”哟!
Come at lunch with less crowd. It has some affordable lunch from RM 7.90 to RM 15+. The Curry here is really flavourful, one if my favorite place for affordable Indian food. We love the Masala tea..
Love having lunch here, nice meals (affordable) with less crowd.
Not queue on weekday lunch. Quality and tasty food.
Eat All You Can Dim Sum Extravaganza Available Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11am to 4pm RM88 nett per person
The Makanthon promotion will be available from 6th July 2020 onwards and they are priced at RM 68 nett per adult while RM 48 nett per child ( age 5-12)
Lunar New Year Dim Sum Lunch 农历新年点心午餐也将会于新春期间（1月25日至2月8日）为你诚心提供。
The sushi is pretty good, soft and melt in the mouth. The beef teppanyaki taste good with no strong smell, my wife approved. This place seems to be a neighbourhood favourite, and reservation is..
Verdict If you are looking for finest quality of Japanese cuisine at a very reasonable price in a casual settings, Jyu Raku at SS15 Subang Jaya will be the best choice. Not to forget that the fresh cut of every sashimi is fresh and big cut. Don't believe? Try out yourself.
The sashimi platter has the best to offer in terms of taste, smell and texture.
♥Verdict: Overall it was a rather satisfying bean sprout chicken meal, but Subang Jaya isn’t really near my house and I can get similar food (with same standard) in my neighbourhood. Still a viable option, if you ask me. ^__*
Verdict: Overall it was a rather satisfying bean sprout chicken meal, but Subang Jaya isn’t really near my house and I can get similar food (with same standard) in my neighbourhood. Still a viable option, if you ask me. ^__*
I would recommend trying their Ipoh Beansprout which is stir-fried with garlic and soy sauce, garnished with fried onions.
A multi-stall hawker Kopitiam that offers Dim Sum stall that is definitely worth visiting is in Puchong's Taman Putra Impiana.
The Chinese/Taiwanese hawker stall in SS15's Restoran Kwai Sun offers an acceptable good bowl of "爌肉麵 Braised Pork Belly Noodle" at rm$7.50 that comes with 3 good size pieces of Pork Belly.
Best to get the Siew Bao just out of the oven and have it with an Ice White Coffee in Restoran Kwai Sun!
I think the grilled meats goes well with the Arabic Minted Tea, nice!
I ordered the Hummus for a familiar taste, but I will try the other appetizers next time.
I'm very glad that LC introduced me to Oregi. I now have a favorite middle eastern restaurant after the one near my place shut down. I would love to try the pasta dishes here as well - it comes in 3 sizes ranging from small to large with the most expensive only costing RM23.90! Now that's worth the money.
The rm$4 新鮮熱豆漿 Hot Soya Milk was just slightly sweet but taste healthy and kind of goes well with the Sandwiches sampled.
SS15's 多士號 The Toast House now offering Taiwanese style Bento on-top of their Signature Sandwiches.
Then try out Taiwanese Pancake , Bacon Pancake @ RM 8. It is not too bad on the flat bread, slightly chewy to my liking and I guess worth to give it a shot.
Self service Rojak, worth try when nearby.
The rojak has one of the best coconut fritters around versus the flavoury version found at the stall. Your plate of rojak telur gives you a mix of prawn fritters, coconut fritters, a whole hard boiled egg, deep fried bean curd and shredded yam bean and cucumber. The sauce is slightly sweetish with crunchy peanuts
Some say a Rojak is incomplete without boiled egg and sambal sotong. Hence we ordered the Rojak Sotong & Telur (RM5) which came with generous amounts of toppings. Ingredients used were pretty standard but what made this dish special is undoubtedly the thick nutty sauce. It was incredibly flavourful and had a strong nutty aroma.
Current seating is 2 persons per table and a busy morning with quite a few customers coming for the popular western breakfast choice.
Mixed Grill (RM 31) We also ordered a mixed grill that came with steak, chicken, fish, mussels. The salad has an overload of mayonaise.
I quite like the Ambiance here, not too bright nor dark, its a quiet dining restaurant and I must say very good service today!
This is a another eating place that would not want to miss in Subang Jaya area. It’s a handmade Chinese noodle restaurant, Uncle Seng that is well known among the students and white collar workers in SS 15.
Personally, I think it wasn't too bad but it will be awhile before I will come back for second round of other offerings from Uncle Seng!
This was my first time encountering a noodle so lacking in confidence in its own taste that required so much additional seasoning to make it taste better. And the better here actually means less sucky. Definitely not a returning customer here.
Some say that LFC is the Chinese style "Nasi Kandar", the rm$12 signature dish comes with a drumstick as well as a chicken thigh, some vege on the side and lots of mixed home-made curry (tend to be on the sweet side).
The fried chicken was worth the wait, on the plate were also long beans and a fried egg and on the side curry sauce plus sambal
This is a simple dish that is done right, which I thoroughly enjoy. The food is also reasonably priced, with both the rice and chee cheong fun plates costing RM 10.80 each.
If you enjoy being spoiled for choice when it comes to hi-tea, the Superlicious Buffet at Terazza Brasserie every Saturday from 12noon to 4pm should be your cup of tea. Priced at RM98 nett per adults, RM78 (senior citizens) and RM49 nett (per 6-12 years old child), the wide selection of tempting savoury and sweet items will leave both young and old happily satisfied.
With Father’s Day fast approaching, Dad gets to enjoy Saturday Buffet Hi-Tea for FREE on June 18 at Terazza Brasserie with a reservation of 3 paying adult guests. The Buffet Hi-Tea is available from 12 noon to 4 pm, featuring a variety of both local savouries such as roasted chicken rice, rendang, noodles with various condiments and choice of soup.
The main highlight of Semarak Iftar is Kambing Golek.
Food dia biasa biasa je. Air macam mahal sikit.
Overall: Undoubtedly this is a nice place to chill, either simple nice meal or high tea session.
I swear, their brownies are amazing! They are warmed before serving. If you managed to get the centre piece, you are seriously one lucky person because that is the best part of the brownie. The centre has a creamy-fudge texture yet it is neither too runny nor too dry.
Regardless of my opinion; the shop was packed with customers waiting for their bowl of Pork Noodles. Needless to say, the "Wait Long Long Pork Noodle" stall does have its die-hard fans! So, do try it youself lor!
I find the dumpling today more satisfying than the "Wait Long Long Pork Noodle" which was another disappointment on the 3rd visit.
No doubt the pork broth was very tasty, a bit salty likely due to the MSG; not a choice for eating out nowadays!
We ordered the The Ultimate Cheese Kingdom (RM 88). This is their flagship dish of Korean fried chicken, tteokbokki and gooey cheese. There are sides of kimchi, short grained rice with seaweed, sweet corn with more cheese and mashed potatoes. The server waits for the cheese to melt then wraps each fried chicken in a cocoon of cheese. It tastes pretty good. The fried chicken is covered in a sweet tomato and gochujang sauce which can be very cloying in large amounts but the savoury cheese cuts through the sweetness well. We both enjoyed it.
Taste:8/10(Good. Their fried chicken were tasty and is the highlight of the dinner. Kimchi fried rice were average and seafood jijim were good).
OUTDARK, the famous Korean fusion restaurant in Busan has finally arrived on our shores a few months back. This is their 47th flagship outlet in Malaysia, apart from their 36 branches in Korea and 2 more outlets in Hong Kong. Located at the treasure trove of eateries in SS15 Subang Jaya, OUTDARK, a Korean fusion restaurant is all out to capture the hearts and appetite Korean food lovers!
Strategically located at the bustling town of SS15, TRYST cafe has been operating for many years. The secret to success in the competitive world of cafe business industries? It's Indomie!
IndoBowl RM5.90 Included an fried egg and signature chilli sambal. You'll be invited to choose your preferred toppings too! Wide variety of topping choices from grilled drumstick (+RM12), grilled chicken breast (+RM7), lamb chop 100g (+RM18), steak 100g (+RM14), Tempura Prawns (+RM10), sausage (+RM3) and grilled salmon 100g (+RM21).
Recently , Tryst cafe has came out with their new Indomie dishes called " IndoBowl " , dish topped with their signature Red & Green Chili , Now this is the real way to eat . Choices from Grilled Chicken , Fried Chicken Chop , Lamb Chop , Steak , Battered Prawns , Salmon or even better take on their Mumbo Jumbo Platter . The best part is their homemade Spicy Red Chili and Green Chili paste . Since I'm was a Spicy Maniac , I love the Spicy Red Chili Paste definitely Awesome !!
The food served are very interesting and unique. Generally I like the food, and would like to explore more. Parking is available within the Apartment compound, so just drive in.
Overall Rating: 6.0 The food was just so-so on that night, but the desserts were to die for :) Somehow I felt that B&N diner lacks of consistency in their food, because it was fabulous during my previous visit :/
The diner has plenty of decorative items on the wall. According to the article I read behind the menu, the wife of Mr Chuah (owner) is responsible for the beautiful, homey setting in which I truly enjoyed admiring.
This is my favourite place for fish and chips as it’s the closest taste-wise to the ones in the UK. Since the Hubs is now here in Malaysia (and a trip to the UK is impossible atm), I brought him along so he could have a taste.
My order of dory fish in onion garlic batter, served with a side of baked beans. Fish was fried to crispy perfection and did not feel greasy at all; was moist and juicy on the inside. Same went for the thick cut chips. Beans were good, curry sauce was on point. Only thing that could do with improvement was the onion gravy, which was a tad too sweet for me, but all in all, still decent.
I have been searching for authentic British fish and chips in KL since forever so when Cor Blimey opened in Jan 2016 and billed itself as "giving locals a taste of authentic British food...", I plan to eat there but it took more than a year for my plan to become reality because I seldom venture into that area.
The Nasi Lemak Ayam Percik is nice, my dad loves it. Lamb Ragout and Indian Chutney Pizza is huge, and has a unique flavour to it. The wild mushroom soup is approved by my wife.
Now, the Nasi Lemak I enjoyed. It was ‘sedap’. The sambal was nice, it wasn’t hot and spicy but taste good. I liked it to an extend that I requested for an extra serving. As for the chicken, you’d get a whole thigh piece. Based on its taste alone, I’d say that it is Rempah Chicken with Perchik sauce drizzled all over it. The taste taste of spices was evident. You’d immediately be able to tell that it has ‘rempah.’ Overall, this was a delicious dish. I enjoyed this a whole lot.