May 31, 2018
A taste of Tashkent: SD Caravan rolls into Subang with a melting pot of Uzbek and Russian specialities, headlined by Uzbekistan's spicy beef noodle soup of lagman (RM11). While the restaurant is mainly run by an Uzbek-born family, Moscow takes a bow on the menu too (no surprise, since Uzbekistan is a former Soviet republic, underscored by the Russian pelmeni meat-stuffed dumplings (RM12) and solyanka tangy cured meat soup (RM16).
The food is rustic and simple, sufficient to satiate the stomach, reflective of wallet-pleasing prices. Central Asian packaged snacks are also available, such as semechki (RM3; fried sunflower seeds, essentially kuaci) and kurut (dried yogurt balls).
Ground Floor, E Tiara Serviced Apartment, Jalan Kemajuan Subang, SS16 Subang Jaya, Selangor. Daily, 11am-4am.