Souled Out

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As a long­stand­ing sta­ple of Desa Sri Har­ta­mas, Souled Out is a restau­rant cum bar that of­fers both Asian and West­ern food of­fer­ings. De­spite its long pres­ence in the neigh­bour­hood, the es­tab­lish­ment is still buzzing with ac­tiv­ity with fam­i­lies, ex­pats and even smaller par­ties still fre­quent­ing the place. The Sum­mer­time salad — a mix of leafy greens, or­anges and grilled seafood — comes highly rec­om­mended and goes great with the cap­sicum vinai­grette. The seafood mari­nara comes with squid, mus­sels and prawns and a touch of chilli flakes give the pasta dish a nice kick.

The siz­zling lamb cut­let, an­other rec­om­mended dish, is cooked in a mix of Malay and In­dian styles and it works to in­ter­est­ing re­sults. The meat is slightly tough but tasty, the long beans are crunchy and the sauce is de­li­cious.

The sig­na­ture lava cake with ice-cream oozes choco­late sauce and is a sweet and tasty way to end the meal.

There are two house pours, the Richard Hamilton Lot 148 Mer­lot and the Mcguigan Bin 4000 Caber­net Sauvi­gnon, both from Aus­tralia. The wine list isn’t too ex­ten­sive but it does have a few op­tions from well-known coun­tries that pro­duce wine. The Mer­lot is a lit­tle dry but sweet with a sooth­ing fin­ish. It is pleas­ant to drink and goes well with the seafood mari­nara pasta and bet­ter with the siz­zling lamb cut­let.

The siz­zling lamb cut­let is cooked in a mix of Malay and In­dian styles

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