I left home early, thinking that it’s going to be the usual massive evening traffic jam. Surprisingly, whatever reason it was, the roads were clear. No sooner, I was at the entrance of Dorsett. Together with my dinner companion, we made our way to the dining area. Indeed, the spread didn't disappoint both of us; showcasing the best Malaysian dishes.
We both took a little of this and that. Among those, otak-otak was essentially one we didn't want to miss out – grilled flavored fish paste, wrapped in leaves and tucked with sticks at both ends. Obviously it was light and likeable.
Among the other tiny serving of dishes we had on our plate. I have to mention that my favorites were the fried noodles and mee rebus. The fried noodles were drenched in a wonderful light sauce and the veggies inside were the highlights because they remain crunchy.
My companion on the other hand blew hot air about the satay; tender and easily ripped off from the wooden skewer(s).
Warna warni buffer is available every Wednesday. Go over and tuck into the authentic Malaysian food.
Thank you Dorsett Subang.