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Serai @ Empire Shopping Gallery, Subang Jaya

Angeline Monday, February 21, 2011 , , ,
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Mum and I went to Empire Shopping Center for the very first time for lunch today, have a sumptuous lunch and indulging ourself with some homemade sweet dessert. (Contributed by CarelessLittleHamster)



Contributed by Su Ting or CarelessLittleHamster

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Serai
LG37, Empire Shopping Gallery,
Jalan SS16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya.
Tel: 03-56370706
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 The owners of Serai
Qistina and her husband, Najib
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Minted Calamansi Soda (RM8.5)
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Serai Iced Tea (RM10.5)
It’s actually pretty addictive. But there’s so many things in the drink, there isn’t much liquid in it
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Serai Tasting Platter (RM30)
6 sticks of satay (Beef, lamb or chicken), fried squid and make-it-yourself bruschetta.
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Deep Fried Crispy Brinjal with Serai Spice (Regular: RM13 , Large: RM21) For someone like me, who hates brinjal (Yes, seriously), this is actually good. Like, REALLY good. Not much of the mushy, slimy gross taste of the brinjal either!
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Mango Chicken (Regular: RM20 , Large: RM30)
It tasted and looked like fish. And soaking it in the sauce makes it pretty spicy. Be careful there.
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Crispy Skinned Salmon (RM35)
Served with potato cakes, sautéed asparagus spears and crisp bread with roasted capsicum dip.
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Nasi Kerabu (RM20)
Rice served with ayam percik, salted egg, ulam, solok lada and keropok ikan. They use the real morning glory flowers to colour the rice too!
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Sang Har Yin Yong (RM19)
Kuey teow and crispy mee hoon served in egg broth, complemented with fresh water prawns and vegetables.
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Steamed fish in lime sauce (Market Price)
This is really really good. Although, it’s really spicy due to the chilli. It’s a very Thai dish. Sour and Spicy.
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Pavlova (One of their selected cakes of the day) Home baked. You can taste the lovee. (:
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Macaroons
Home baked too! Yummy. The red one’s raspberry, the yellow’s salted egg (It’s good, try it before you criticsize it.), white one’s pine nuts, and the purple’s wildberries.
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Contributed by Su Ting or CarelessLittleHamster
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