Offering a plethora of Indian food from biryani, tandoori, a variety of roti canai, naan, peratal, banana leaf rice and even nasi lemak, this restaurant is a cross between a mamak stall and fast food in terms of service. But don’t let that turn you off.
The place is clean, the service is quick and the food is delicious. We start with their mutton biryani at RM14+ and the spiced long grain rice is tasty on its own, the small chunk of mutton is tender if not a little fatty, its curry pleasantly spicy and the portion is satisfying. Their fish biryani at RM13.50+ consists of fleshy, fresh deep fried fish slathered in medium-hot curry.
While their chicken tandoori’s one of the most moist we’ve tasted in a long time, nicely marinated in spices and the plain naan, fluffy. This set at RM11.30+ comes with half a chicken. Terrific for make-your-own wrap!
Snack wise, two pieces of vadai comes with a serve of thick, textured dahl at RM2.50+. Although, our surprise find is their gobi Manchurian (lightly battered and deep-fried cauliflower) at RM7+ that’s sinfully delicious on its own or paired with steamed white rice.
To complete the meal, opt for their masala tea that is delicately spiced tea at RM2.80+. Seriously, you can’t go wrong and for those watching their waistline, order it with less or no sugar at all. Here’s where you can have a perfectly satisfying full meal from RM8+ onwards. We also heard that it’ll have a drive through service soon. Probably the first of its kind in the country! Conveniently, there are parking spaces available within its premises. Su Aziz