Monday, September 28, 2009

Dish Deli @ Solaris Mont Kiara

A calm sanctuary that dishes out tasty comfort food for customers of all ages.

We couldn't resist sampling their "Gourmet Goo" _ baby food made from healthy ingredients. Loved the smooth taste of the Vegetable Medley, a soft blend of sweet potato, pumpkin and carrots cooked with cinnamon and clove.

The Baby Dhall was not as flavourful as regular Indian dhall, of course. But the mix of gently cooked lentils, potatoes, carrots and cauliflowers seemed more nutritious and far less sinful than any mamak offering.

No worries, the menu won't leave adults hungry. The Lancashire Hotpot was a tender lamb stew, ideal for rainy evenings. Tasted home-cooked in a very positive way.

We gobbled every last spoonful of the Fisherman's Pie, a creamy, piping-hot concoction of mashed pototoes interspersed with dory, tuna and egg.

The peach crumble tasted super-fresh, unlike the desserts at many other delis.

Dish Deli,
Jalan Solaris 3,
Solaris Mont Kiara.
Tel: 6203-0326/0427
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9 comments:

  1. Their "Gourmet Goo" looks kinda like some really good fruit preserve --- which makes me hanker for some really decent afternoon tea place in KL. (Sorry, totally off tangent here.) :P

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  2. dish deli should take that as a compliment! :D

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  3. gourmet goo ... hahhaa, good stuff.
    reminded one of eating them sloppily, with fingers and all!!!

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  4. comfort food..ar..good for a rainy evening

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  5. j2kfm: i'd be happy to eat with my fingers, if not for table manners! :D
    tng: yeps, pre-dinner snacks...
    joe: and it's raining again right now!!!

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  6. Baby Dhall, hahaha!! I'd love for Ollie my nephew to try this! Actually I wonder if I can smuggle a pre-packaged tub into Japan when I visit in Dec??

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  7. 550ml: i think making your own dhall there would be easier! :D

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