Showing posts with label Savaro. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Savaro. Show all posts

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Savaro by Felda Solaris Dutamas Publika by Best Restaurant To Eat

Savaro by Felda

Serving local Malaysian food is always very challenging. Here we get so many different places or hangout that serves any of the local favourite specialities. But, sometime it might be tough to get a restaurant where they serves a variety and above average local dishes.

At Savaro by Felda which is strategically located at Solaris Dutamas, with a sense of innovation and creative cooking by the chef, you have a new twist to these authentic local kampong foods and a blend of Western delicacies.

It was open barely 3 months ago, the concept was to allow its customer a chance to enjoy these dishes in a pleasant, cosy and relax ambience. Some of the drinks and dishes are not to be found anywhere and is exclusive to the Savaro.

I ordered the first in-house specialty which is Savaro Soda (SS) Lime. It is a cold drink which comprise of Strawberry extract mix with Cream Soda and a tinge of Peppermint. When the drink arrive in a tall glass, part of the strawberry extract was still flowing down from the top, making it a pleasant surprise to see the extract flowing down, drop by drop to the bottom.

It was a very refreshing combination for a hot afternoon. With the stirrer, you can mix the extract and pinch the fresh peppermint leaves to extract out the mint flavour. Based on your preference, it is entirely up to you on how minty you want your drink to be.

Rating: 3 of 5
Date of Visit: 09/21/2013
Spending: Approximately MYR 10 ()

Other Dishes From Savaro

Aromatic Oxtail Soup At Savaro by Felda Solaris Dutamas by Best Restaurant To Eat

Oxtail Soup

This is another innovative dish. Here the chef, have added some curry into the cooking of this traditional English Oxtail Soup thereby enriching it to be best of both world. With the spices added to it, it marries the authentic Malay version sup ekor flavour to this soup.

With a chunk of Australian beef tail which was slow cooked, the aroma and taste of the soup was mesmerising. You can taste the strong stew slowly down the throat as you take sips of this warm soup.

Unfortunately, the serving of the soup is not that much. You really have to enjoy every little sip before it is finish.

Rating 4 of 5
Date of Visit: 09/21/2013
Spending: Approximately MYR 15 ()