Hammam Tearoom, Publika Solaris Dutamas

11:11 rebecca wong 41 Comments

 
After reading a few blogs on Hammam Tearoom at Publika Solaris Dutamas, I decided to pay the restaurant a visit with my brother. After all, apart from myself, he's the only person who enjoy such heavily-spiced cuisine in the family. The restaurant is located at the very top floor of Publika, 2 floors above MPH. It took us some time to locate the place.




Tangerine Draems (RM 7)
My brother had the Tangerine Dreams (RM 7). The sweet and tangy cold beverage was very refreshing.
 

Moroccan Mint Tea (RM 12)
I was feeling under the weather that night, so decided to go for something soothing. The Moroccan Mint Tea was totally what I needed - a blend of gunpowder tea, mint, thyme and sage with some honey! I was expecting the tea to be really sweet, but it turned out otherwise - perfect sweetness with a hint of minty taste. I was a happy girl. ^_^
 

Brochettes Boulfaf (Moroccan Grilled Liver) (RM 14.90)
We enjoyed the grilled liver a lot. They were perfectly grilled, and still moist on the inside. The sweetness of the jam on the side goes very well with the liver. However, I'm not a very big fan of the onions, as they were a little too raw for my taste.
 

Berber Chicken (RM 33)
 
The Berber Chicken (RM 33) was really forked-tender. I enjoyed the potatoes and carrots a lot, however, I think it could use a tad more salt. The chili sauce tasted a lot like the ones you would get from ordering chicken rice.
 
Tagine Kefta Shashouka and Egg (RM 30)
We were looking forward to this dish - beef meatballs with eggs! The eggs were perfectly cooked - runny yolks! Sadly, although the meatballs were deliciously gamey enough for me, I felt they were a bit too dry for my taste. They weren't as succulent as I'd like them to be. A word of advice, try to consume it as soon as possible, as the heat from the tagine will continue to cook the eggs in it. And trust me, you wouldn't want the eggs to be fully cooked.
 
Flatbread
 
Having said so, I couldn't stop myself from mopping up all the creamy goodness with my flatbread.
 
Overall, it was a satisfying dinner. We'd definitely be going back to the restaurant to try out some of their other dishes.
 
They have 2 branches - Bangsar Village and Publika. Apart from tearoom, they started off with a spa centre. Check out their webpage here, for more information on their spa services.
 
Address:
Publika - Level G4, Publika Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603 6201 0881
 
Bangsar - 3F7 & 3F8, Bangsar Village 2
Contact: +603 2282 2180
 
Operating Hours: 10AM - 10:30PM (Monday - Sunday)
 
For more information:
 
 

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41 comments:

  1. Cool place. I am food lover. Loving the pictures of dishes.

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    1. Thank you very much! I'm glad that you like them. =)

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  2. Haha, I love onions, will take them if you don't! What's the price range of the food here?

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    1. I love onions (provided they are cooked through la...lol!!). The prices are ranging from RM10++ (appetizer) to RM 30/40+ for main course... the drinks are within RM20.

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  3. I like the Morrocan tea in Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. I also like spicy food!

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    1. Don't think we have Morrocan Tea in CBTL here in Malaysia. Is Chai Tea the same?

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  4. This is the first time I've heard to hear of gunpowder tea. Curious now about it. I don't really like spicy food, so I would probably ask them to tone down the spice if I eat here.

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    1. Was my first time to come across gunpowder tea too. I was kind of worry it might be too strong, but turned out ok for me. =)

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  5. The Moroccan Mint Tea never fails to please and soothe. I love this drink to feel calm and relaxed.

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    1. I've found my another "go-to" tea now, whenever I'm not feeling too well. ^_^

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  6. The beef meatballs with eggs dish looks yummy. That might be sometime nice to replicate at home. (Katrina Centeno)

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    1. Love the eggs. I think it might be too challenging for me to replicate at home...lol

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  7. Wow looks delicious Berber chicken yum

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  8. huh, today seeing a lots of blog post on food base, may be due to weekend, never heard about Flat Bread, hows it taste

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    1. It's like normal bread but a little chewy, but in a good way.

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  9. Their too room looks so cozy and relaxing. It would be nice to see their spa too.

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    1. I'm thinking to pay their spa a visit, but have a feeling is not going to be cheap....

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  10. The grilled liver makes me hungry because I love those when cooked with sauce. The food looks yummy, the berber chicken too.

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    1. I like liver too. I'll normally eat them with noodles soup. ^_^

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  11. I've checked out their beautiful spa at Bangsar Village though I've not actually had a spa treatment there (yet!). Love heavily-spiced cuisine :)

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    1. I still can't figure out where are they located at Bangsar village! I wonder how's the price range. =)

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  12. The food looks delicious. Such beautiful cuisines. Yum! I feel hungry! :)

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  13. The food has an African feel to it and that tangerine drink look so satisfying. Now I'm hungry.

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    1. Never tried African cuisine, but would love to try one day! Wonder if I can find it here in Malaysia....hmm.....

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  14. the food looks delish! the tea post looks amazing

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  15. I would really like to try these Tangerine Dreams. This drink seems so energizing. All the dishes look great, and the atmosphere is so pleasant that I wish I were there too!

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    1. I like the atmosphere there too. The staffs are very friendly and welcoming. =)

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  16. I love food reviews!! This is yummy! (Rachael)

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  17. I am not a fan of spicy food, but what a selection! I love that teapot in one of your first photos. Too cute!

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    1. Thank you very much! The spices here were not too over-powering. =)

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  18. Didn't know there's any restaurant 2 floors above MPH O_O" Thanks for telling xD~

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    1. Same here. I always thought they only have retail shops at that floor. =)

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  19. I love all the dishes and the ambiance of the store is relaxing.

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    1. Agree. I like the ambiance too! Especially when the staffs were all very friendly.

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  20. Seems a great place to dine in. The cuisine looks sumptuous specially that Berber Chicken (RM 33)

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    1. It's a nice place to hang out. Quite place and able to have some good chat with family and friends. =)

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  21. It is a good looking and peaceful atmosphere with terribly quiet background music and an exceptional employees that ar able to pay attention of all of your hammam desires, for more information click here hammam.

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