Mongolian Grill Wednesday Buffet Dinner @ Dorsett Grand Subang

It was a while back when I tried the Mongolian Grill Wednesday Buffet Dinner @ Dorsett Grand Subang. My apologies for not posting this sooner as the photos were left lingering in my laptop. Located on the ground floor of Dorsett Grand Subang, Terazza Brasserie welcomes Mongolian Grill as one of their themed night buffet on every Wednesday from 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm.

Mongolian Grill Wednesday Buffet Dinner @ Dorsett Grand Subang
Mongolian Grill Wednesday Buffet Dinner @ Dorsett Grand Subang



Terazza Brasserie
Dorsett Grand Subang
Jalan SS12/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-5031 6060 ext. 1912/13

Grilled food are my favourite
Grilled food are my favourite

Originally from Taiwan, Mongolian Grill has since become popular across the globe inspired by stories of Mongolian warriors and their culinary prowess. Using their large shield as makeshift woks, they would stir-fry their meats and vegetable over blazing fires whilst using herbs and spices to add more flavour to their meal.

Some of the seafood choices to be chosen and grilled ala-minute
Some of the seafood choices to be chosen and grilled ala-minute

Priced at RM108.00 nett per person, apart from the international buffet selections available, diners will experience the taste of the Mongolian Grill cook-out stationed at the outdoor terrace with live station chefs on standby to grill your selection of ingredients to perfection.  

Fresh oysters, yes?
Fresh oysters, yes?


The moment the ingredients hit the hot iron griddle, listen for that satisfying sizzle and watch as the dish comes to live. Satiate your tastebuds as the fresh crunchy vegetables are infused with the juices from the meats. To enhance the dish add-on signature Mongolian sauces as final touches before the Mongolian Grill masterpiece is ready.

Stock picture from Dorsett Grand Subang
Stock picture from Dorsett Grand Subang

Lots of meat too
Lots of meat too
Mongolian Lamb Salad
Mongolian Lamb Salad

Be it with beef, chicken slices, fresh oysters, succulent squid or a combination of all, the dish will certainly be a delicious affair. So get grilling the Mongolian way. 

My plate of freshly grilled noms, not a looker, but it's good
My plate of freshly grilled noms, not a looker, but it's good
Mongolian Stir Fried Lamb
Mongolian Stir Fried Lamb

For enquires or reservations please call 03-5031 6060 ext. 1912/13 or visit Dorsett Grand Subang’s website for more information at www.dorsetthotels.com/malaysia/subang. Check out their Facebook too (https://www.facebook.com/DorsettGrandSubang) for the latest information. Overall, a good meal out at Dorsett Grand Subang. 





3 comments :

  1. Food look really delicious. The Mongolian stir fried lamb looks good.

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  2. Oysters? They look like mussels to me.

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  3. lol can't differentiate between oyster and mussels...

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