Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Weekend Brunch @ Grand Dorsett Subang

The last time I stepped into this building was when I was still preggy with Caden. We brought Cavan to the lounge then as he enjoys listening to music while snacking away. Been 2.5 years already and it was great pleasure for me to come to this part of town again but this time it's no longer the Sheraton Subang but Grand Dorsett Subang!

So what's popping at Grand Dorsett Subang that brings me all the way here on a Saturday? I'm here this time not to lounge around but to have their Weekend Brunch which serves International fare :D

Kids will definitely go for this to get themselves a piping hot pack of popcorn that is freshly "POP"!!

Grand Dorsett Subang's Terazza Brasserie serves a wide selection of International buffet brunch. I had a gala time feasting on all and making a mental note of what to go for hehehe....

salads aplenty in cold and cooked

not your usual bread corner for this corner,
you can make your own sandwich with the variety of fillings available

Now unto the main sections, you can have steamed, roast, cooked, stew, poached - you just gotta name all those styles and try em out!

From dim sum to DIY noodle station to selections of condiments to go with your congee, you are really spoilt for choice! If you think that this is just the norm, you should check out these yummilicious dishes...

They had Harissa Marinated Baby Chicken, Mustard Brushed Rib-Eye Steak, Seafood Mousaka, Briyani Chicken, Dalcha Tetel just to name a few. Are you able to pin-point which dish is a country's specialty? :))

Besides all that, there's a section of "Lok-Lok". The prawns just tempt me to try em out. You just need to select what you want, placed them all into the steel basket provided to cook and then drenched them in your sauce of choice. Altogether there were 6 sauce choices namely Garlic, Sweet Bean, Peanut, Green Chili Bean, Vietnamese Spicy and Terazza Special Steamboat. You can always omit the sauce and have them just as it is, in their all natural flavour.

And then I spotted this situated on top of a dais near those dim sum and just had to have a piece of this. No regret at all for their roasted chicken is full of flavour. The meat is tender and ooh-la-la, it's so good that I dont mind going second round for this.

What's a buffet without ending it on a sweet note. Dessert selections are also aplenty and we are so spoilt for choice.
Puddings, custards, cakes, fruits, sweet soup, make your own ice tower, etc.. Ohh gosh! I'm having difficulty storing them all in my tummy :p

Not forgetting you can scoop your own ice-creams and decorate it with the varieties of toppings available there.

Overall this is a good place to hang out with your friends for brunch. Situated slightly off the commercial hub of Subang Jaya, I feel that this is a good place to chill out with friends over good food.

Terazza Brasserie's Weekend Brunch is available on weekends and public holidays from 11am to 4.30pm priced at RM68++ per adult.

Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel
Jalan SS12/1
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
(T) 603 - 5031 6060

4 comments:

Nikel Khor said...

Been there, their food quite good!

FiSh. ohFISHiee said...

oh so many grilled stuff there :) looks yummy and very filling!

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missyblurkit said...

i remember the breads here/ they have some seriously good breads!

Kitty said...

Wah, they have a lot of varieties!! I should go and try one of these days! All the food looks yummy. Love their desserts selections.

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