Indian Restaurants in Selangor – 114 Restaurants
This place never fails to satisfy us and remains one of our favourite Indian/Muslim restaurants. Must-try dishes include the fried lamb, fried squid, fried chicken, chicken curry, nasi lemak and roti canai (in no particular order). Oops, did I just name almost everything I've eaten here? ^_*
The restaurant also known as banana leaf rice because most of the food is served on a piece of banana leaf. Really good curry, full of flavour (unlike many outlets which now serve watered down curries!), and tender pieces of chicken ... nice fluffy Roti Canai as well. The Prime Minister (past and present) has been spotted having breakfast here numerous times ... yes, its a celebrity hotspot as well!
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It has become a celebrity hotspot as well enjoyed by Past and Present ministers as their favourite morning tea's. The Ambience of the restaurant is good, clean and is air-conditioned with valued for money.
The service there was superb and the Roti Canai was one of the best I have taken so far, crispy and flaky than most of the restaurants I have tried before. Their curry gravy was thick and pungent.
The best Roti Canai i've tasted since a looooong time. They have literally 1/2 dozen roti makers at the counters just spading out these roti and they are gone within a minute. Irregardless whether anyone orders them or not. You can see see more chinese patrons than indian patrons... lol..... I always order a minimum of 2 roti canai (kosong is really good) and one nasi lemak and ayam goreng with teh ais.....I'll be happy like a hibernating bear The roti kosong smells authentice, not those greasy stuff u get elsewhere, crispy, well cooked, layers are well done (not lumped) and dhal... WAHH.... drooling rite now.... SERIOUSLY THE BEST ROTI CANAI - MUST TRY
JM BARIANI HOUSE started rather quietly in the early 1980s when Jamilah and her husband Mustapa decided to start a food catering business. The couple from Muar set up a kitchen in SS18 Subang Jaya and soon discovered their friends and other Johor folk were requesting for their bariani more regularly. JM Bariani House opened in 1995 to cater to this need. Since then, it has become a hub in the KL-PJ area for genuine Johor bariani and other southern Malay specialities. Today, the couple in their sixties has left the running of the business to three sons who are equally passionate about Johor food. I would say that this is a simpler and less spicy version of the 'briyani' aka Johor bariani. It seems this dish originated in Singapore where there was a cross-cultural mix of Muslim cooking traditions from places such as Middle East, Indonesia and India!
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Well, each to his/her own taste. Many people like this type of Nasi Briyani.
Lamb Thali is a special Indian meal set. It consists of lamb curry, rassam soup, dhal, two vegetables, masala, papadam - all served on a banana leaf on a round tray. The place was nice and pleasant . The cascading water on the wall at one side created an ambiance.
Tis is usually an eatery to go to with my friends for lunch, and we have visited more than once, but this time i merely wanted to take away the balance meal i had which is naan and the restaurant manager Shajahan was refuse to allow me to do so, it's fine if it's the restaurant's policy not to allow take away's but he could said it in a nicer and polite way, he was extremely rude and he walked away while we were even talking. I would not ever go again and so are my friends.