Thursday, September 29, 2016

Selera Singapore Asli, Forest Hill MELB

Nothing beats having hearty Malaysian food especially when one is miles away from home. Popped into this hidden gem located along Springvale road and managed to grab a quick bite before moving on with current chores.

Nasi lemak - coconut rice served with sambal, fried anchovy and peanut mix, omelette, cucumber slices and curry chicken. Tasty, wholesome and a pretty much balanced diet eh;)

Otak otak - for those unfamiliar, this is a type of steamed fish mince that had been mixed with an assortment of spices prior to being steamed wrapped in banana leaves. Moreish but definitely worth a try for something different.

Mee rebus - I am uncertain as to how to best describe this dish without making it sound redundant. It is a type of Malay noodle dish that is a little rare to find in Melbourne but if you do stumble upon it, fret not as it is only mildly spicy. The gravy did coat every strand of noodle pretty well and was topped with a generous amount of fried shallots.

Selera Singapore Asli Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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