The food is mostly good and the shop has expanded another by another lot, half for an air-con section the other half for South Asian products. This post is for nostalgia's sake. The smell of mustard seed and its oil that is uncommon in Mamak and Malay food brings back good memories. And BTW this may be the only Indian Banana Leaf Rice in Ulu Klang area.
It is still located at the oldest section (facing to MRR 2 and nearest to the traffic lights cross junction) of Taman Melawati commercial area where all the action once was but now attracting the old timer looking for something comforting and familiar. Business Card right at the end of this post.My favourite mutton curry was a tad too salty. But the meat was tender.Trip curry. This is good intaste and texture. I half expected it to be chewy but it turned out easy on my jaws.
Deep-fried when ordered the Tenggiri and Kembong was fresh with no 'stale fish' smell. The meat was succulent and the fish taste good as it was well-marinated.Another good-looking deep-fried piece of chicken. Tender as can be with the tumeric spice shining through through our taste-buds.