Satti Sorru @ Jalan Loke Yew, Pudu – Something Different

Okay guys, if you are looking for something to eat in the evening, something of the rice variety and something a lil different – do give Satti Sorru a try. From the name itself, I am sure you guys can conclude that this eatery serves indian food, one dish in particular – CLAYPOT RICE. Everything they serve comes in a claypot, basically spice rice with meat of your choosing. When I paid a visit, they offered a choice of Chicken, Mutton and Wild Boar.

 

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Satti Sorru is located in a Chinese restaurant. This is one of those restaurants that houses several stalls in it – you can see these sort of restaurants at every corner in KL, yup. Satti Sorru only operate in the evening and all the way through the night. In all the rush of looking for a place to sit and ordering and eating and leaving – I forgot to look out for the restaurant’s name. Sorry. However, worry not as Waze will lead you right to the restaurants doorstep, turn left and park anywhere you see vacant.

 

Chicken Claypot, 8 ringgit + Wildboar Claypot

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So, what is unique about this claypot rice? What is different about it, compared to other claypot dishes out there?  Look at it – it is the spices. From the color of the rice itself you could most probably conclude that it is packed with flavor. It certainly was. The flavors will certainly cause a sting on your tongue, not the kind of sting you get from chilli,the kind that last long, nope, the sting here is due to the variety of spices used. Unlike the effects of chillies, the effects of spices is relatively short lasting, you feel the sting initially and it subsides and disappears as quick as it appears. 

I dont know about you guys, but I loved the sting. It was mouthfuls of spices after spices. The wildboar was cooked really well, it was chewy and yummy and because the wild boar is cooked in the claypot with the rice, by the time it was served, the spices have also seeped into the meat and it made it all the more tasty. Same goes with the chicken, it was tender and flavorful.  This was quite the experience. I enjoyed it. 

 

Would I head here again?

I would. I do not think this is something I can eat daily and weekly. It is perhaps a more monthly kindda thing. Similar to briyani? Indian rice? Yea yea, I am on a diet, so I gotta limit my rice intake, but yea – I like it. 

 

Address: No. 148, Jalan Loke Yew, Persiaran Jubilee, Pudu

 

Opening hours: Wednesdays to Mondays, 6 pm – 11 pm. Tuesdays Closed.

 

 

Signing out now, Ciao.

FoodBunny

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